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#7

Satisfying or nauseating: What is pyorrhea?

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  • Large discharge of pus.

  • A hardened scab that easily scratches off.

  • Removal of infected skin.

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#8

If a patient is lying on their left side with the right knee flexed, they are lying at…

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  • Dorsal recumbent position

  • Fowler’s position

  • Sims’ position

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#9

If a patient experiences diplopa, what is their symptom?

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  • Double vision.

  • Red, dry eyes.

  • Blindness in one eye.

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#10

What is ecchymosis?

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  • Abnormal blood pressure.

  • Bruising caused by bleeding under skin tissue.

  • Poor circulation.

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#11

What in the world is a keloid?

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  • Kilogram

  • Skin tag

  • Scar tissue

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#12

A patient's symptoms include enuresis. What is that?

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  • Involuntary urine discharge.

  • Nausea and headaches.

  • Yellow vision.

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