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VTHT 1301 AVMA Task5

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Concerning the veterinary technician’s role in the history-taking process for a patient, which of the following statements is most accurate? Even the best veterinarian may be unable to solve the problems of a particular patient without an accurate and complete history.
The client is usually most concerned with the “chief complaint,” which is: the reason the client brought the animal in for evaluation.
Difficulty breathing due to stenotic (constricted) nares is most commonly seen in which of the following kinds of dogs? Brachycephalic
In dogs and cats, the pulse rate is most often evaluated over the: femoral artery.
The section of a patient’s history that addresses the severity, duration, frequency, progression, trigger situations, time of day, and character of the problem is the: history of the present illness.
Which of the following body parts or parameters is included in a complete integumentary examination? Interdigital areas
The signalment of the animal includes which of the following? age
What is cyanosis? bluish tint that usually indicates extremely low oxygen content in the tissue.
For which of the following body systems does observation of the nose for nasal discharge often begin the examination? upper respiratory system
Which of the following is characterized by a yellowing of the skin and eyes? icterus
Created by: kcrabtree507