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What is Atheroma? lipid deposit on intima
What is an AAA? Swelling in blood vessel, Wall strength decreases, All 3 layers increase in size
What is a hole in the intima called? pseudoaneurysm
At what size AAA do they usually surgically correct? anything over 5cm
Where does 80% of AAA occur? infrarenal
What is Budd Chiari syndrome characterized by? thrombosis of hepatic veins or IVC
What is the sonographic appearance of PV thrombosis? Enlarged PV,Clot within lumen of PV
With portal hypertension what circulation usually forms, and what type of blood flow would it be? Collateral circulation develops, blood flow is hepatofugal
What do tendons connect? muscle to bone
A synovial sheath is: a sac surrounding a joint
Where does a bursa occur? Shoulder, hand, wrist, and ankle
What is a fibrous band of tissue connecting bone and cartilage to bone? ligament
What does a bursa help with? Aids in reduction of friction
A nerve is: a channel for impulses to and from the muscles and the CNS.
What is the most frequent site of a tendon tear? Achilles Tendon
What are the 4 muscles that make up the rotator cuff? • Teres minor • Infraspinatus • Supraspinatus • Subscapularis
What is inflammation of the lining of the sheath that surrounds a tendon called? Tenosynovitis
What is a common cause of shoulder pain? Biceps Tendinitis
What are the 3 stages of a rotator cuff tear? I. Swelling and mild pain II. Inflammation and scarring III. Partial or complete tears of the rotator cuff
What are the two type of muscle tears? Distraction & Compression
Created by: kdhelsley