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Off the field assess

Chapter 13: Off the field assessment Athletic Training Exam 2

QuestionAnswer
Etiology cause of injury or disease
Mechanism mechanical description of cause
Pathology structural and functional changes associated with injury process
Symptoms perceptible changes in body or function that indicate injury or illness (subjective)
Sign objective, definitive and obvious indicator for specific condition
Degree grading for injury/condition
Diagnosis denotes name of specific condition
Prognosis prediction of the course of the condition
Sequela condition following and resulting from disease or injury (pneumonia resulting from flu)
Syndrome group of symptoms and signs that together indicate a particular injury or disease
Differential diagnosis systematic method of diagnosing a disorder
HOPS History, observation, palpation and special tests
Created by: craigp