HITT 2301 Final

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HITT 2301 Final
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  1. Which of the following is the newer form of eye surgery for near- and far- sightedness?
    LASIK
  2. The major symptom of tinnitus is
    Roaring ringing sounds
  3. What kind of pain is exibited from an absent source?
    Fraudulent
  4. What disease is associated with lockjaw
    tetanus
  5. Reye's syndrome has been linked to which NSAID
    Aspirin
  6. Which group is most likely to contract shingles
    anyone over age 50
  7. Progressive hearing loss associated with aging is called
    presbycusis
  8. What do color blindness and retinitis pigmentosa have in common
    occur in men over age 50
  9. A cloudy eye lens is a sign of
    cataracts
  10. What structure in the eye has been transplanted for many years
    cornea
  11. An irregular corneal surface causes
    astigmatism
  12. Macular degeneration is a defect on the
    retina
  13. A gustatory sensation reveals
    taste
  14. What brain cavities are filled with cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)
    ventricles
  15. The most delicate membrane covering the brain is
    pia mater
  16. How is CSF collected for examination
    lumbar puncture
  17. Flickering lights may induce what response in some individuals
    epileptic seizure
  18. tension or inflammation of the muscles in the head, shoulders, and eyes may cause
    common headache
  19. What area of the brain is affected in Parkinson's disease
    basal ganglia
  20. "water on the brain" of a newborn is known as
    hydrocephalus
  21. What surgical procedure helps drain the CSF in hydrocephalus cases
    shunt
  22. what is the cause of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
    idiopathic
  23. Myringotomy tubes are used for
    otis media
  24. Huntington's chorea is a recessive genetic disease T/F
    false
  25. Myelin is the lipoprotein covering of neurons T/F
    False
  26. What is true about major depression
    both depressed mood and physical symptoms of emotional distress
  27. what is true about mental illness
    can be severe and debilitating, usually requiring medical treatment
  28. Mental illness affects
    • older adults
    • adults
    • children and adolescents
  29. the DSM-IV categorizes mental illness according to
    group of symptoms
  30. the cause of mental illness is best described as
    combination of many factors, enviornmental stressors, imbalance of neurotransmitters, inherited
  31. which best describes mental illness among children
    occurs in 20% of children and adolescents
  32. Agressive, antisocial behavior and willful disobedience is characteristic of what disorder
    conduct disorder
  33. inattention and/or hyperactivity and impulsivity are characteristic of what disorder
    ADHD
  34. Severe deficits in reciprocal social interactions, which become progressively noticeable aroung age 3, are characteristic of what disorder
    autism
  35. autism is first noticed around age
    3
  36. Sudden, rapid, stereotyped movements or vocalizations are characteristic of what disorder
    tic disorder
  37. what occurs most frequently in older adults
    Alzheimer's disease
  38. which can contribute to the development of alcohol or drug dependence
    inheritence of susceptibility, untreated mental illness, disturbed of violent family life
  39. hallucinations and delusions are characteristic of
    schizophrenia
  40. Feelings of guilt, shame, and worthlessness are characteristic of
    depression
  41. premenstrual dysphoric disorder and seasonal affective disorder are types of
    depression
  42. an intense fear of gaining weight and obsession which calories and exercise are traits of
    anorexia nervosa
  43. the need to perform rituals and a preoccupation with order and cleanliness may be sign of
    OCD
  44. Bingeing and purging are characteristic of
    bulimia
  45. preoccupation with calorie intake and exercise are characteristic of
    anorexia nervosa
  46. Estrogen modulators and bisphosphonates are used to treat
    osteoporosis
  47. osteogenic sarcoma may be
    a complication of Paget's disease
  48. Which joints are subjected to the greatest stress
    hip and knee
  49. Sharp bony spurs form on bones in advanced cases of
    osteoarthritis
  50. which disease is characterized by uric acid deposits in joints
    gouty arthritis
  51. which is an injury of a ligament
    sprain
  52. diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome is made by what test that measures the velocity of nerve impulses
    electromyography
  53. a disease of muscle in which the muscle fibers become necrotic is
    muscular dystrophy
  54. myasthenia gravis is a neuromuscular disease in which
    the myoneural junction is diseased
  55. the main minerals in bone are
    calcium, and phosphate
  56. dull pain in the lower leg that intensifies at night may be a sign of
    osteogenic sarcoma
  57. which involves a traumatic tear of muscle tissue
    strain
  58. whiplash is a type of
    • sprain
    • sex-linked disease typically appears in 3-to 5 year old boys
    • muscular dystrophy
  59. in rheumatiod arthritis, scar tissue can cause fusion of bone ends, a condition known as
    ankylosis
  60. most serious and crippling form of arthritis
    rheumatoid arthritis
  61. characteristic of rheumatiod arthritis
    systemically inflammatory disease
  62. action of osteoclasts and osteoblasts
    constantly remodel bone
  63. how do bones respond to disuse such as constant bed rest
    atrophy of tissue
  64. what is true about osteomyelitis
    • caused by pyogenic microbes
    • destruction of bone may occur
    • cause inflammation of the bone
  65. fever, leukocytosis, tachycardia, nausea, anorexia, and pain in a leg are signs and symptoms of possible
    infection in the bone
  66. type of tuberculosis that affects the vertebral column of children is
    Pott's disease
  67. failure of the bones to ossify prperly in childhood is a sign of the disease known as
    rickets
  68. vitamin D deficiency with inadequate minerals in the diet of an adult may cause which disease
    osteomalacia
  69. curvature of the spine producing abnormal lateral bending is
    scoliosis
  70. inflammatory skin disease that causes facial erythema
    rosacea
  71. an acute, contagious skin infection that mainly affects children
    impetigo
  72. painful vesicles near the mouth or lips are caused by
    herpes virus
  73. warts are caused by
    human papillomavirus
  74. what warts grow inward on the soles of the feet
    plantar
  75. contagious skin disease is usually associated with poor living conditions
    scabies
  76. a burn that affects the epidermis and dermis, but does not extend into the subcutaneous tissue is______degree
    second
  77. albinism cannot be treated because it
    is an inherited lack of pigment
  78. contagious skin infection caused by fungi is
    ringworm
  79. pruritic skin problems are
    itchy
  80. occurrence of lice on a person is said to be an
    infestation
  81. most serious type of skin cancer
    malignant melanoma
  82. cold sores are caused by
    viruses
  83. Pediculosis is infestation with
    lice
  84. thrush is a fungal infestation in/on the
    mouth
  85. True about skin
    • senses pain
    • regulates temperature
    • synthesizes vitamin D
  86. a discolored spot on the skin is a
    macule
  87. A solid elevated area on the skin is a
    papule
  88. a small elevated lesion filled with pus
    pustule
  89. eating away of tissue
    ulcer

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