DH Theory

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DH Theory
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2010-12-14 16:01:57
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  1. What are normal findings for salivary glands?
    • not detectable
    • not tender
  2. what are noteable findings of salivary glands?
    • swollen or enlarged
    • firm, hard consistency
    • tender
  3. What are normal findings of the thyroid gland?
    • usually not detectable
    • no tenderness
  4. What are 7 noteable findings of the thyroid gland?
    • 1 side bigger than the other
    • deviates from the middle of the neck
    • asummetrical lobes
    • enlarged lobes
    • nodules (jelly beans) present
    • hard, firm consistency
    • fixed to underlying tissue
  5. normal findings of the TMJ
    • smooth motions of:
    • opening and closing
    • moving jaw from side to side
    • moing jaw forward and back
    • symetrical movement
  6. What are 5 noteable findings of the TMJ?
    • abnormal sounds
    • grating sensations
    • asymmetrical movements
    • limited range of motion
    • pain or tenderness
  7. location and extent of lesion descriptor
    • diagram
    • localized
    • generalized
    • single lesion
    • multiple lesion
    • coalescing (growing together)
  8. size and shape lesion descriptor
    • length and width
    • height
    • use probe to measure
  9. easy to see where lesion begins and ends
    well-demarcated
  10. difficult to see where lesion begins and ends
    poorly-demarcated
  11. uniform border
    regularly shaped
  12. irregularly shaped
    border not uniform
  13. 4 lesion pattern types:
    • descrete
    • grouped
    • confluent
    • linear
  14. flat dicolored spot less than 1 cm in size
    macule
  15. flat discolered slpt, larger than 1 cm in size
    patch
  16. solid raised lesion, less than 1 cm in diameter
    papule
  17. superficial raised lesion, larger than 1 cm in diameter
    plaque
  18. marble-like lesion larger than 1 cm in diameter
    nodule
  19. localiezed area of skin edema
    wheal
  20. small blister filled with clear fliud, less than 1 cm in diameter
    vesicle
  21. larger fluid-filled lesion, larger than 1 cm in diameter
    bulla
  22. small raised lesion filled with pus
    pustule
  23. loss of top layer of skin or mucosa
    erosion
  24. crater-like lesion where top two layers of skin or mucosa are lost
    ulcer
  25. a linear crack
    fissure

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