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the inominate bone is located where? in the pelivs
what is a blood condition characterized by a decreased number of red blood cells and decreased hemopglobin? anemia
what is the function of hemoglobin in the blood? to deliver oxygen to the body
what is the term for blood in the urine? hematuria
what tarsal bone articulates with the base of the first metatarsal? the first cuneiform
what tarsal bone articulates with the base of the second metatarsal the second cuneiform
what tarsal bones articulate with the bases of the 4th and 5th metatarsal the cuboid
what tarsal bone articulates with the base of the 3rd metatarsal? the lateral cuneiform
esophageal varices are best demo in which position? recumbent
CPR compressions are made how many inches form the xiphoid? 1.5" superior to the xiphoid tip
where is the coronoid fossa located? the distal humerus
the ossified portion of a long bone where cartilage has been replaced by bone is known as? metaphysis
the cartilagenous epiphyseal plate is replaced by what? bone
the ossified growh area of long bones is called the ____? metaphysis
the vertebral joints formed by articulation of superjacent articular facets is called what? apophysis
long bones are composed of what parts? shaft, diaphysis, and 2 extremities, or epiphyses
during an upper GI, the AP recumbent projection of the ST of average shape will usually demonstrate what? *barium-filled fundus double-contrast body and antral portions
T/F: ingestion of barium is contraindicated in the following cases: * suspected perf of hollow viscus * suspected large bowel obst * pre surgical patients True
what are 3 examples of synovial pivot articulations? atlantoaxial joint radioulnar joint tmj
operative colangiography is useful tool for what conditions? biliary tract calculi patency of the biliary ducts function of the sphincter of odi
what is considered a normal BUN range? 8-25 mg/100mL
what does the BUN test tell us? the quantity of nitrogen in the blood in the form of urea
what does an increase in the BUN mean? a decrease in renal fx
what is the normal creatinine range? .6-1.5 mg/mL
what is creatinine the break-dwon product of t creatine phosphate in muscle, and is usually produced at a fairly constant rate by the body
if renal fx is low, creatinine levels rise or fall? rise
medial to lateral: coracoid scapular notch acromion vertebral border vert border scap notch coracoid acromion
what is the secondary center of ossification in long bones? epiphysis
periosteum membrane that covers long bones
diaphysis primary ossification center during bone development
endosteum with in the shaft of long bone, is the medullary cavity, which contains bone marrow and is lined by a membrane called the endosteum
most frequent site of mosocomial infection urinary tract
what are symptoms of shock? pallor and weakness significant drop in BP apprehension restlessness cool, clammy skin increased pulse fever is NOT a sx of shock
what is the sharp angle between the esophagus and the fundus is called the ____ _____ cardiac notch
where is the icisura angularis located on the lesser curvature of the stomach and marks the beginning of the pylorus
salivary glands in order, anterior to posterior sublingual submandibular parotid mastoid
Which of the following valid criteria for a lateral forearm? 1.The radius and ulna should be superimposed proximally and distally. 2.The coronoid process and radial head should be superimposed. 3.The radial tuberosity should face anteriorly. the coronoid process and the radial head should be superimposed prox and distally the radial tuberosity shoule face anteriorly
most superior structure of the scapula? the acromion
2 bony landmarks for the AP hip 2" medial to the ASIS parominence on the gr troch of the femur
when do we use a axiolateral inferosuperior projection of the femoral neck? xxiolateral contraindicated pts with b/l hip fx pts w limited movement of the unaffected leg
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