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Objective information gathered by the practitioner about the client is called a sign
Which condition is locally contraindicated? wart
Which layer of skin includes the stratum corneum and germinatvitum? Epidermis
Which definition best describes a fever blister? Painful fluid-filled blisters
Which disorder is characterized by an anterior slippage of L5 or S1? Sponylolisthesis
Which layer of tissue covers an individual muscle fiber? Endomysium
Which of the following is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects muscle and related connective tissues characterized by pain, joint stiffness, the presence of tender points, insomnia, depression and headaches? Fibromyalgia
Which disorder results from the overuse of the quadriceps muscle that presents swelling and tenderness over the tibial tuberosity? Osgood-schlatter disease Osgood-schlatter disease
Which of the following terms refers to paralysis of both arms and legs? Quadriplegia
For which condition is massage totally contraindicated? Encephalitis
Degeneration of the motor neurons of the spinal cord define what disorder? Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Which disorder has symptoms of severe, sharp, shooting electrical pain on one side of the face? Trigeminal neuralgia
A client presents with tinea pedis, can he be massaged? Yes it is only locally contraindicated
Compression of the neurovascular bundle that supplies the upper extremity is know as what disorder? Thoracic outlet syndrome
Which of the following pathogens require a host for survival and replication? Virus
Which of the following is an exocrine gland? Ceruminous
Polyruia, polyphagia and polydipsia are symptoms associated with which disorder? Diabetes
What is happening physiologically to a person with Type 2 diabetes mellitus? The body’s cells have become resistant to insulin
A client stats that she has diabetes insipidus. This means her body? Does not produce anti-diuretic hormone
In general for conditions of the endocrine system massage is? Indicated, but modified to meet clients needs
Which of the following hormones comes from the posterior pituitary gland? Anti-diuretic hormone
Which term refers to a healthcare problem that has reached global proportions? Pandemic
Symptoms of stroke include? Sudden onset of unilateral paralysis of one side of the body
For the client in the early stages of leukemia and the treatment of it, massage is? Indicated, within tolerance and resiliency
Progressive loss of cardiac function defines which disorder? Heart failure
Lou Gehrig disease is also know as? Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
A female client tells you that she has weakness, spasm and loss of sensation, but only sometimes, and that it goes away after awhile. What disorder do you suspect? Multiple sclerosis
Pain that radiates down the left are and up the left side of the neck and into the jaw describes which disorder? Angina pectoris
For clients with anemia, in general, message is? Indicated with caution`
Objective information gathered by the practitioner about the client is called a sign
Which condition is locally contraindicated? wart
Which layer of skin includes the stratum corneum and germinatvitum? Epidermis
Which definition best describes a fever blister? Painful fluid-filled blisters
Which disorder is characterized by an anterior slippage of L5 or S1? Sponylolisthesis
Which layer of tissue covers an individual muscle fiber? Endomysium
Which of the following is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects muscle and related connective tissues characterized by pain, joint stiffness, the presence of tender points, insomnia, depression and headaches? Fibromyalgia
Which disorder results from the overuse of the quadriceps muscle that presents swelling and tenderness over the tibial tuberosity? Osgood-schlatter disease Osgood-schlatter disease
Which of the following terms refers to paralysis of both arms and legs? Quadriplegia
For which condition is massage totally contraindicated? Encephalitis
Degeneration of the motor neurons of the spinal cord define what disorder? Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Which disorder has symptoms of severe, sharp, shooting electrical pain on one side of the face? Trigeminal neuralgia
A client presents with tinea pedis, can he be massaged? Yes it is only locally contraindicated
Compression of the neurovascular bundle that supplies the upper extremity is know as what disorder? Thoracic outlet syndrome
Which of the following pathogens require a host for survival and replication? Virus
Which of the following is an exocrine gland? Ceruminous
Polyruia, polyphagia and polydipsia are symptoms associated with which disorder? Diabetes
What is happening physiologically to a person with Type 2 diabetes mellitus? The body’s cells have become resistant to insulin
A client stats that she has diabetes insipidus. This means her body? Does not produce anti-diuretic hormone
In general for conditions of the endocrine system massage is? Indicated, but modified to meet clients needs
Which of the following hormones comes from the posterior pituitary gland? Anti-diuretic hormone
Which term refers to a healthcare problem that has reached global proportions? Pandemic
Symptoms of stroke include? Sudden onset of unilateral paralysis of one side of the body
For the client in the early stages of leukemia and the treatment of it, massage is? Indicated, within tolerance and resiliency
Progressive loss of cardiac function defines which disorder? Heart failure
Lou Gehrig disease is also know as? Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
A female client tells you that she has weakness, spasm and loss of sensation, but only sometimes, and that it goes away after awhile. What disorder do you suspect? Multiple sclerosis
Pain that radiates down the left are and up the left side of the neck and into the jaw describes which disorder? Angina pectoris
For clients with anemia, in general, message is? Indicated with caution
Which term describes a free-floating clot? Embolus
Can a client with atherosclerosis be massaged? Yes, if he/she can carry out daily activities
Massage during remission is indicated for which disorder? Multiple sclerosis
Enlarged hands/fingers, feet/toes, jaw and forehead along with generalized pain are symptoms associated with which endocrine disorder? Acromegaly
Which of the following is an exocrine gland? Ceruminous
Tic douloureux is another name for which disorder? Trigeminal neuralgia
Which tissue is affected in a strain? Tendon
A male client presents with pain that started in the low back and an immobility of the spine. You would suspect what condition? Ankylosing sodalities (fusion- leads to immobility)
Which type of edema would be contraindicated for massage? Pitting edema and acute bursitis
A new client presents with a pronounced barrel chest, but denies any cardiovascular problems. Can this client be massaged? Yes, it is indicated
Bruxism (grinding teeth) is associated with what disorder? Tempromandibular joint disorder
Which of the following pathogens require a host of survival and replication? Virus
Which disorder can be described as an upper respiratory infection? Acute coryza
Acute coryza is the medical term for which disorder? Common cold
Red steaks extending along the length of an extremity, with pain, swelling and heat are symptoms of what disorder? Lupus
A heart that slowly loses its ability to pump blood defines which disorder? Heart failure
Which disorder is systemically contraindicated? Cellulitis
Pulmonary edema is associated with which disorder? Left-sided heart failure
Pain that begins in the left chest that radiates down the left are and up the left side of the neck and into the jaw describes which disorder? angina pectoris
Which term mean fungal infection of the body? Tinea corporis (capitis-heart, pedis-foot, cruris-crotch)
Signs and symptoms of the flue include? Cough, chills, high fever, muscle and joint pain
Massage during remission is indicated for which disorder? Multiple sclerosis
The “voice box” is knows as the? Larynx
Which type of anemia is associated with a deficiency of vitamin B12? Pernicious
Which type of arthritis is considered a wear and tear type of arthritis? Osteoarthritis
Which disorder occurred in young male athletes and characterized by pain at the insertion point of the quadriceps muscles? Osgood-Schlatter
Which of the following definitions best describes ulcerative colitis? Inflammation that begins in the rectum and progresses proximally
Which renal disorder can be associated a strep throat infection? Glomerulonephritis
Extreme pain around the flank area is associated with which disorder? Kidney stones
Client with hepatitis presents for a massage. Which of the following symptoms would contraindicate massage? Jaundice
An erosion of the mucosal layer of the digestive tract from exposure to stomach acid defines which disorder? Peptic ulcer disease
Inflammation of the urinary bladder is know as? Cystitis
Permanent enlargement of the lower airway that leads to loss of elasticity of the alveoli is characteristic of what disorder? Emphysema
A male client presents with pain that started in the low back and an immobility of the spine. You would suspect what condition? Ankylosing sodalities
When would massage be contraindicated for phayngitis? When caused by an infectious agent
Enlarged hands/fingers, feet/toes, jaw and forehead along with generalized pain are symptoms associated with which endocrine disorder? Acromegaly
Which of the following is an exocrine gland? Ceruminous
Increased curvature of the thoracic spine is known as? Hyperkyphosis
Bacterial infection of the bone defines which disorder? Osteomyelitis
Development of yellow, fatty plaque in an artery defines? Atherosclerosis
Which disorder is defined as a fungal infection of the oral mucosa? Thrush
Inflammation of the gallbladder and the presence of bile salt crystal stones defines which disorder? Cholelithiasis
Which of the following is the most common type of hernia in males? Inguinal
Intentional avoidance of food is indicative of which disorder? Anorexia nervosa
Which type of hepatitis is the most common? B
A viral infection that affects the parotid glands defines? Mumps
For which of the following disorders is massage contraindicated? Mumps, appendicitis, peritonitis so all of the above
Which of the following statements defines hemorrhoids? Dilated and inflammed anal or rectal veins.
Paget disease is a rage form of which cancer? breast
Cervical cancer Cancer type in which viruses account for between 80% and 90% of cases.
Cancer of blood cells and blood-forming organs Leukemia
Cancer of the lymph nodes, presence of Reed-Sternberg cells Hodgkin Lymphoma
Cancer of the lymph nodes, one of the most rapidly increasing types of cancer in the U.S., multiple node involved Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma
Cancer that causes most cancer-related deaths in both men and women in the United States Lung Cancer
Created by: carladanette