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TRAUMATIC DISEASE

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CONTUSION FORMED ON THE SIDE OF THE HEAD WHERE TRAUMA OCCURS? COUP LESION
A FRACTURE OF THE SKELETAL SYSTEM IN WHICH THE BONE HAS PENETRATED THE SKIN OPEN
FRACTURES THAT OCCUR AT SITES OF MAXIMAL STRAIN ON A BONE USUALLY IN CONECTION WITH UNACCUSTOMED ACTIVITY ARE CLASSIFIED AS? FATIGUE
A FRACTURE THAT HEALS IN A FAULTY POSITION? MALUNION
SHOULDER DISLOCATIONS ARE MOST COMMONLY DISPLACED? ANTERIORLY
AVASCULAR NECROSIS COMMONLY AFFECTS THE? SHOULDER AND HIPS
INCOMPLETE EXPANSION OF A LUNG AS A RESULT OF PARTIAL OR TOTAL COLLASPE ATELECTASIS
PENETRATING CHEST TRAUMA COULD LEAD TO A? PNEUMOTHORAX
DEMONSTRATION OF A PNEUMOTHORAX IS BEST ACCOMPLISHED BY MAKING THE EXPOSURE IN AN ERECT PA POSITION ON EXPIRATION
WHICH PORTION OF THE GI SYSTEM IS MOST FREQUENTLY DAMAGED BY BLUNT TRAUMA OF THE ABDOMEN? DOUDENUM
SHAKEN BABY SYNDROME SEVERE INJURY TO CHILD BY SHAKING WHICH CAUSES A SUBDURAL OR SUBARACHNOID HEMATOMA WITH NO EVIDENCE OF TRAUMA TO EXTERNAL CRANIUM. WHIPLASH CAN ALSO OCCUR
WHAT ARE THE MECHANISM FOR TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT NEUROLOGIC DISFUNCTION OF THE SPINAL CORD? COMPRESSION BY CONTUSION OR HEMORRAGE LEADS TO RAPID SWELLING OF THE SPINAL CORD THIS CAUSES A RISE IN INTRADURAL PRESSURE AND CAUSES TEMP. LOSS OF NEUROLOGIC FUNCTION. LACERATIONS USUALLY RESULT IN PERMANENT DAMAGE BECAUSE NERVES DON'T REGENERATE
FOUR TYPES OF HEMATOMAS TO THE BRAIN ARE? EPIDURAL HEMATOMA (HIGHEST MORTALITY RATE), SUBDURAL HEMATOMA, SUBARACHNOID HEMATOMA, INTRACEREBRAL HEMATOMA.
WHAT IMAGING MODALITY OR MODALITIES BEST DEMONSTRATE STRESS OR FATIGUE FRACTURES? MR OR NUCLEAR MEDICINE BONE SCANS
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN COMMINUTED AND NONCOMMINUTED FRACTURES? COMMINUTED-DONT REPRESENT A COMPLETE THICKNESS OF THE BONE. NONCOMMINUTED-BONE HAS SEPERATED INTO TWO FRAGMENTS. (SPIRAL AND OBLIQUE ARE EXAMPLES)
Created by: MCLANE27