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Module 1

Discussion Creating Flash Cards Chapter 2

TermDefinition
What does the acronym S.O.A.P. stand for S-Subjective: Patient's description of problem O-Objective: physical exam, imaging results and lab results A-Assessment: diagnosis, identification of a problem or list of possible diagnosis P-Plan: course of action consistent with assessment
What does is mean when the patient is noted to be, "alert." The patient is able to answer questions; responsive; interactive
What does palpation mean to feel
What does ventral/antral/anterior mean The front *the word ventral means stomach
What does caudal mean Toward the bottom
What does contralateral mean Opposite side
What does ipsilateral mean Same Side
What does sagittal mean Divides the body in half by right and left
What does transverse mean Divides the body in half by top and bottom
What does unilateral mean On one side
What does bilateral mean One both sides
What does dorsum mean The top of the hand or foot
What does plantar mean The sole of the foot
What does palmar mean The palm of the hand
What does coronal mean Divides the body front to back
What does medial mean Towards the middle
What does dorsal/posterior mean The back
What does cranial mean Toward the top
What does superior mean Above
What does inferior mean Below
What does prone mean Lying down on the belly
What does supine mean Lying down on the back
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