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1. What is the purpose of the objectives Provides majority of image enhancement
2. What is the proper way to carry a microscope By the arm and base
3. What is the diaphram on the microscope used for Used to vary the intensity and size of the cone of light that is projected upward into the slide
4. What is the difference bt the fine and coarse adjustments Coarse: Moves the stage for focusing on the specimen Fine: Moves it for exact focusing
5. If your microscope lens is dirty what should you use to clean it Lens paper
6. Incision Intentional cut through intact tissue
7. Excision Surgical removal of tissue
8. Dehiscence Partial or total separation of a layer or layers of tissue after closure
9. What's the ideal suture used in bowel cases ____ Silk
10. Adhesions Abnormal attachment of 2 surfaces or structures that are normally separate. Spiderman.
11. Eviscerations Interruption of a closed wound or traumatic injury that exposes the viscera. Protrusion of viscera
12. Hemorrhage Uncontrolled bleeding
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