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1. Name the 4 types of body habitus. Hypersthenic, asthenic, sthenic & hyposthenic. pg 78
2. How many regions of the abdomen are there? 9. pg 80
3. The skeletal system is made up of how many bones? 206. pg 91
4. Name a hinge or ginglymus joint. Elbow, interphalangeal joints, knee & ankle. pg 93
5. Define diarthroidal. Synovial; freely movable. pg 92
6. Fracture of the distal radius usually result from a fall onto an outstreched hand with the arm extended. Colles Fracture. pg 97
7. What's another name for lateral epicondylitis? Tennis elbow. pg 98
8. T/F: The coroniod process is located in the shoulder girdle. False. Coracoid process is in the shoulder. pg 101
9. What is the centering point for an AP shoulder? Perpendicular to the coracoid process. pg 106
10. How many degrees do you angle for an AP/PA Axial Clavicle? 15-30. **NOTE** The smaller your pt, the bigger the angle. pg 108
11. What bones make up the mortise joint? Talus & distal portions of the tibia & fibula. pg 110
12. What is the largest sesmoid bone in the body? Patella. pg 112
13. T/F: A female pelvis is heart shaped/round. False. pg 117
14. What degree of angulation would you use for a plantodorsal axial view of the calcaneous? 40 degree cephalad. pg 121
15. How much angulation for an outlet view of the pelvis for males & females? Males: 20-35 degrees cephalad Females: 30-45 degrees cephalad. pg 127
16. Type of greenstick fx, one cortex buckled/compacted and the other intact. Torus/buckle Fx. pg 131
17. Fx resulted from repeated strong, powerful force. Stree/fatigue Fx. pg 131
18. Fx just proximal to head of 5th metacarpal. Boxer's Fx. pg 132
19. Fx of the distal tibia and fibula with dislocation of ankle joint. Potts Fx. pg 132
20. Fx of proximal third of ulnar shaft with anterior dislocation of radial head. Monteggia Fx. pg 132
21. Scotty dog's neck is? Pars interarticularis. pg 142
22. Scotty dog's nose is? Transverse process. pg 142
23. When imaging sacroiliac joints, on a posterior oblique projection, should your affected side be up or down? Affected side up. pg 143
24. Fx of orbital floor as a result of a direct blow. Blowout Fx. pg 151
25. What is the smallest facial bone? Lacrimal. pg 154
26. Central ray angulation and centering for an AP Axial Townes Skull? 30 degrees caudal. Centered 1.5" above glabella. pg 156
27. Central ray angulation for an AP Axial (Towne) Mandible? 30 degrees caudal. pg 161
28. How many ethmoidal sinuses? 6-18. pg 162
29. What structures make up the respiratory system? Nose, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi & lungs. pg 167
30. What does deglutition mean? Swallowing. pg 167
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