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Restorative Art Q3

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damage to a body caused by an outside source injury/trauma
damage to a body caused by an internal source disease
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: auto accident trauma
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: fire trauma
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: gunshot wound trauma
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: fracture trauma
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: fall from great height trauma
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: blunt instrument trauma trauma
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: cancer/tumor disease
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: arthritis disease
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: ante-mortem edema disease
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: jaundice disease
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: skin slip post-mortem change
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: post-mortem stain post-mortem change
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: gas distention post-mortem change
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: post-embalming dehydration post-mortem change
Trauma, Disease or Post-Mortem Change: discoloration from decomposition post-mortem change
when we do what we do temporal order
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: correct posing of features pre-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: realign mandible pre-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: temporarily close lacerations by suturing pre-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: setting of fractured limbs pre-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: providing adequate support for surface tissues pre-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: puncture surface blisters pre-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: maintaining feature correction embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: internal tissue building (rehydrating dehydrated tissue) embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: internal cosmetizing (dye) embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: limit swelling embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: cauterizing exposed tissues embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: removal of visible scabs or abrasions post-embalming
When are most post-embalming treatments performed? 6-8 hours after embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: excision of diseased tissues post-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: permanent closing of incisions post-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: correction of swelling post-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: wax work post-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: feature modeling & attachment post-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: external bleaching of tissue post-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: restoring missing limbs post-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: attaching separated limbs post-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: repairing decapitation post-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: hair replacement post-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: correct bucked teeth post-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: deep wound treatment post-embalming
Pre-Embalming, Embalming, or Post-Embalming Treatment: hypodermic tissue building post-embalming
When is hypodermic tissue building performed? immediately after embalming
antemortem injuries resulting from friction of the skin against a firm object resulting in the removal of the epidermis abrasion
excessive leanness; a wasted condition of the body; sunken surfaces of the face emaciation
to reduce gradually to an indistinguishable edge; synonym for "taper" feather
a soft, restorative wax, usually tinted, used to cover or replace the external mucous membranes of the mouth lip wax
to cause to become pale or blanched bleach
a chemical which lightens a skin discoloration bleach
the act of lightening a discoloration by chemical means bleach
the act of lightening a discoloration by hypodermic means or by surface compresses bleaching
ecchymosis bruise
contusion bruise
an injury caused by a blow without laceration bruise
to oxidize or to be oxidized by fire or equivalent means burn
the tissue reaction to injury resulting from application of heat, extreme cold, caustic, radiation, friction or electricity burn
reduced to carbon charred
the state of tissues destroyed by burning charred
one where the broken end of the bone has penetrated the skin compound fracture
a pad of gauze or absorbent cotton which is saturated with water or a chemical and placed under or upon tissues in order to preserve, bleach, dry, constrict, or reduce swelling compress
bruise; ecchymosis contusion
the transparent structure which constitutes the anterior part of the external layer of the eyeball cornea
a material employed to fill cavities or excisions and serve as a foundation for the superficial wax restoration deep filler
a discoloration of the skin caused by the escape of blood within the tissues and generally attended by swelling ecchymosis
excessive leanness emaciation
a wasted condition of the body emaciation
sunken surfaces of the face emaciation
the removal of an entire mass or part, especially a tumor or the eyeball, without rupture enucleation
material used to fill a large cavity filler
degree of rigidity, stability firmness
a condition of the tissues necessary for the application of wax firmness
wound filler firm wax
the viscous type of wax firm wax
a putty-like material used to fill large cavities or model features firm wax
an injury caused by heat which produces redness of the skin first degree burn
hyperemia first degree burn
total evacuation (absence) of tissue fourth degree burn
broken bone fracture
a number of hairs grouped together for use as a replacement hair patch
the injection of special creams or liquids into the tissues through the use of a syringe and needle to restore natural contour hypodermic tissue building
a clean cut into tissue or skin incision
the reaction of the tissues to injurious agents, usually characterized by heat, redness, swelling, and pain inflammation
to introduce forcibly inject
to tear, as into irregular segments lacerate
a wound or irregular tear of the flesh laceration
"downy hair" lanugo
thin fuzzy growths of hair lanugo
peach fuzz lanugo
disfigured by loss of a natural part through force mutilated
a group of hairs of uniform length applied simultaneously as a method of hair replacement patch of hair
an antiseptic/disinfectant employed to dry moist tissues and to bleach discolored tissues phenol (carbolic acid)
a place (usually invisible) at which access to inner positions may be hed point of entry
a place at which a hypodermic needle may be inserted to pass into the same or another area point of entry
an artificial device used to replace a limb, appendage, or other body part prosthetic device
a hole or slight wound resulting from piercing puncture
surgery wax restorative wax
those resulting in acute inflammation of the skin and blisters second degree burn
to cut or break open or apart sever
disajoin sever
the growth of hair located anterior of the ears sideburns
one in which the broken bone does not pierce the skin simple fracture
surface restorer soft wax
an appliance as of wood, metal, etc., used to keep in place or protect a displaced or moveable part splint
to discolor with foreign matter stain
an area so discolored stain
any substance or agent that will cause external discoloration to be removed or lessened stain remover
a material used to fill shallow depressions surface filler
a wax that is softer and more pliable than wound filler surface filler
destruction of cutaneous and subcutaneous tissues third degree burn
seared, charred or roasted tissue third degree burn
any substance used to elevate sunken (emaciated tissues) to a normal level either by hypodermic injection or as a liquid modifier incorporated with the embalming fluid and injected arterially tissue builder
a physical injury or wound caused by external force or violence trauma
a restorative modeling or surfacing material composed of beeswax, spermiceti, paraffin, starch, etc., and a coloring pigment which will soften at body temperature and will reflect light in a manner similar to normal skin wax
the length of wire employed to connect two structures that are undamaged, such as remaining parts of a bone; a wire mesh placed within an aperture to hold other restorative fillers wire bridging
the firmest type of restorative wax wound filler
a putty-like material used to fill large cavities or to model features wound filler
classification of cases needing RA treatment (3) 1. injury/trauma 2. disease 3. post mortem tissue changes
wax used to cover razor burns & abrasions soft wax (lip wax)
wax used for eyelid repair soft wax (lip wax)
wax used to paint onto skin slip soft wax (lip wax)
wax used on small areas soft wax (lip wax)
wax used for surface waxing medium wax (surface restorer, #2)
wax used as a skin substitute medium wax (surface restorer, #2)
wax used for minor feature restoration medium wax (surface restorer, #2)
a series of structural changes which takes place in the tissues as a result of injury or disease lesion
an antemortem injury resulting from friction of the skin against a firm object or surface abrasion
an injury that results in a removal of the epidermis and part of the dermis and causes dehydration of the dermis abrasion
exudate serum
a lesion made by tearing the flesh, from small scratched to deep jagged tears laceration
the post-embalming treatment for emaciation in the face, neck & hands hypodermic tissue building
loss of subcutaneous tissue (facia or adipose) emaciation
the rehydration of dehydrated cells internal tissue building
1 cc = __ 1 ml
free-flowing liquids that gel upon contact with moisture tissue builder
tail of eyebrow, sideburns, hair at edge of crown, behind top of ear, behind anterior rim of helix points of entry for injecting the temple
within nostril, in mouth between lip & gum points of entry for injecting the anterior cheek
corner of the mouth, behind tragus, behind earlobe points of entry for injecting the lateral cheek
ex: sunburn first degree burn
first degree burn -- blood is intravascular or extravascular? intravascular
acute inflammation (edema) is due to which type of burn? second degree
blisters from second degree burns are surrounded by what type of burn? first degree
all burns incurred after death are ___ degree burns third
which type of burn can go all the way down to muscle or bone? third degree
any abnormal expansion or swelling of tissue distention
which distention treatment is not to be used on the face or neck? elastic bandages
any surgical removal of tissue excision
Is extra permission needed for tissue excision? yes
Classifications of Discolorations (3) 1. surface 2. general 3. local
discoloration caused by a staining agent of the surface of the skin surface discoloration
discoloration in which staining agents are found within the skin general discoloration
discolorations occur within the skin but are localized local discoloration
local discolorations are almost always _____ discolorations blood (either intravascular or extravascular)
chemicals that must be brought into contact with hematin to be effective bleaches
Bleaching Techniques (3) 1. surface compress/pack 2. hypodermic bleaching 3. brush application of phenol
Types of Eye Enucleation (2) 1. whole eyeball is removed 2. iris & cornea are removed
name for the iris & cornea scleral button
more than one break in a bone multiple fracture
two ends of the bone overlap into each other overriding fracture
bone margins are dented inward (skull trauma) depressed fracture
fracture caused by compression overriding fracture
order of skull reparation 1. mandible 2. maxillary 3. nasal bones/nose 4. zygomatic 5. orbits 6. frontal
a network of stitches which cross the borders of a cavity or excision to anchor fillers and to sustain tissues in their proper position basket weave suture
a type of suture used to close incisions in such a manner that the ligature remains entirely under the epidermis intradermal suture
hidden suture intradermal suture
cross stitch basket weave suture
a suture made around the circumference of a circular opening or puncture to close it or to hold the margins in position purse string suture
a method of sewing an incision along the edges without entering the opening whereby, the suture becomes invisible and the line of suture becomes depressed, which lends it ease of concealment by waxing worm suture
draw stitch worm suture
inversion stitch worm suture
main danger of external tissue building overfilling
Created by: leahmurphy