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Which meniscus is more commonly torn
Positive crossed leg raise indicates...
Increased sensitivity to touch
PMI pattern in dilated ventricle (CHF or cardiomyopathy)
Grading Murmurs: Moderately loud
Test for conductive vs. sensorineural hearing loss
Anterior Drawer and Lachmann test both test the...
Muscle grading: Movement of the joint against resistance but less than normal
Finger to nose and heel to shin test represent damage to what
Herbeden's nodes are found at this joint
Syphilis sores are (painful/painless)
Test for high ankle sprain
Type of breath sound that is low pitched & normally heard over most lung fields
Absence of touch sensation
Altered sensation with an undetectable stimulus, commonly when compressing a nerve
Part of SOAP that uses info from patient or reliable source written in the patient's own words
Consolidation is suggested during bronchophony when words are (clear/muffled)
Shrugging the shoulders tests what CN?
Tract that carries pain and temperature sensation
Tennis elbow affects the ____________ epicondyle
Test: Auscultate anterior/posterio thorax and have the person say '99' or '1,2,3'
Lip loses its redness and becomes scaly, thickened, and slightly everted. Classically due to prolonged sun exposure
Duct that carries saliva from the parotid gland
Diaphragm is for ________ pitched sounds
Altered sensation in response to a stimulus, such as feeling a light touch when applying a pinprick
Tenosynovitis of extensor and abductor tendons of thumb as they cross radial styloid
BMI over which one is considered obese
Major Spinal Level: Knee extension
Reflects pressure in the right atrium
Ataxic gait and Romberg sign are characteristic of damage to what?
In what quadrant of the mouth should gingival examination begin
Contractures that arise from the thickening of the palmar fascia.
Test: Auscultate anterior/posterio thorax and have the person whisper '99' or '1,2,3'
Muscle grading: Full movement against resistance
Decreased sensitivity to touch
Muscle grading: Movement of the joint but not against gravity
Bunion deformity
Golfer's elbow affects the ____________ epicondyle
Lobe affected in Wernicke's aphasia
Apical impulse should last through the first _______ of systole
Congenital displacement of urethral meatus to inferior surface of the penis
Decreased sensitivity to pain
Absence of pain sensation
Tight prepuce that once retracted cannot be returned to its original position
Medial deviation of the eye
Midline mucosal fold connecting lip to gingiva
Test: Palpate the posterior thorax while the patient says 99
Phalen's test is testing what nerve?
A BP cuff should be inflated how many mmHg above the point that the pulse dissapears?
Tympanic temp. is (greater than/less than) oral temp?
Consolidation would be suspected if you hear this sound during egophony
Lateral deviation and rotation of the head from contraction of the sternocleidomastoid
Increased sensitivity to pain
Normal sebaceous glands that appear as small yellowish spots in the buccal mucosa or on the lips.
Muscle grading: Contraction visible but no joint movement
Hoffman's sign is a sign of (upper/lower) motor neuron damage
Major Spinal Level: Hip abduction
Calcific tendinitis usually affects this tendon
McMurray test tests the..
Lower border of a blood pressure cuff should be how high above the antecubital fossa?
Dysdiadochokinesis, the inability to follow a movement with its opposite movement represents damage to what structure
Herpes sores are (painful/painless)
Type of breath sound that is louder & high pitched; heard over trachea
Which type of hernia goes into the scrotum
Lateral deviation of the eye
Sternal angle is how many cm above the atrium?
Test for the integrity of that anterior talofibular and calcaneofibular ligaments
Empty can test tests strength of this muscle
Test for lateralization of hearing
Grading Murmurs: Loud with palpable thrill
JVP more than 3-4 cm above the sternal angle is (normal/abnormal)
Type of aphasia that the person understands but can't express language
Most common cause of chronic back stiffness in men under 40
For at least how long should a patient sit with his/her feet on the floor before taking a BP measurement?
Absence of a red reflex on fundoscopic exam is indicative of what?
Connects the tongue to the floor of the mouth
Axillary temp. is (greater than/less than) oral temp?
What type of papilla form a V on the back of the tongue
When taking a BP the brachial artery should be at the level of what other organ?
Rigidity suggests damage to which brain area
A patient should not eat, exercise, smoke or consume caffeine within ________________ of a blood pressure exam?
Parotid gland enters the oral cavity near this tooth
Part of SOAP that includes problem list and working diagnoses
When palpating these nodes the patient should bring their chin slightly down towards their chest
Heberden's and Bouchard's nodes are found in what condition
Inability to recognize objects in one's hand by touch along
BMI over which one is considered extremely obese
Forward slippage of one vertebra on another
Only feeling sensation on one side of the body when both sides are stimulated simultaneously
Consolidation is suggested during whispered pectoriloquy when words are (clear/muffled)
Muscle grading: Movement of the joint against gravity, but not resistance
PMI can be found at the midclaviacular line at this ICS
Rectal temp. is (greater than/less than) oral temp
Thenar atrophy in injury to what nerve?
Grading Murmurs: Very loud, thrill. Heard with stethoscope partially off chest
Major Spinal Level: Biceps
Part of SOAP that outlines a course of action
Hypothenar atrophy in injury to what nerve?
Softening and fissuring of the skin at the angles of the mouth. May lead to Candidiasis. Due to nutritional deficiencies, or over closure of the mouth due to lack of teeth or ill-f
Bouchard's nodes are found at this joint
Grading Murmurs: Very loud, thrill. Heard with stethoscope off chest
Infection of the pharyx that is characterized by gray exudates/pseudomembrane
Part of SOAP that includes data that the physician finds. Physical exam findings, lab results etc.
Consolidation causes (increase/decrease) of tactile fremitus
Valgus test tests the...
Test for the integrity of the Achilles tendon
What valve is best heart over the 2nd right ICS
Grading Murmurs: Very faint. Not heard in all positions
Type of aphasia associated with rapid, meaningless speech
Drop arm test is testing this group of muscles
Grading Murmurs: Quiet, heard with stethoscope
Major Spinal Level:Dorsiflexion L4
Major Spinal Level:Finger abduction
First sensation lost in peripheral neuropathy
Palpable, non-tender hard plaques along the dorsum of the penis under the skin. Causes a crooked erection
Defect with the motor control of speech
Upward deviation of the eye
Deficiency of riboflavin, niacin, folate, B12, pyridoxine or iron or chemotherapy can cause this tongue finding
How many times should you measure BP on your first encounter with a patient?
Tight prepuce that can't be retracted over glans
Hypertrophic degenerative disease of one or more vertebral facets and thickening of ligamentum flavum causing narrowing of spinal canal
Flex patients shoulder and elbow to 90 degrees with palm facing down. Rotate the arm internally
Standing/valsalva causes an (increased/decreased) prolapse and a(n) (earlier/later) click
Joint that is often swollen, boggy and tender in RA but not in OA
Tenderness of distal radius is a sign of this type of fracture
Major Spinal Level: Finger grip
BMI under which one is considered underweight
Major Spinal Level: Hip flexion
What test would you use to test the radial collateral ligament?
Small white specks on the buccal mucosa that are an early finding of measles
Subcutaneous nodules may develop at pressure points along the extensor surface of the ulna in patients with RA or acute rheumatic fever.
Tenderness over the snuffbox indicates fracture of this bone
Muscle grading: No movement detectable
Gland whose ducts are on either side of the lingual frenulum
Posterior Drawer test tests the....
Elevate arms to 90 and internally rotate with thumbs pointing down.
Varus test tests the..
Inability to recognized a number being written on ones hand by sensation along
Positive tinel's sign indicates injury to what nerve?
Soft palate doesn't rise and uvula deviates to the opposite side with damage to what CN?
Major Spinal Level: Wrist extension
Infection of oral cavity that is a thick white coating that can be wiped away
BMI over which one is considered overweight
Oral cavity finding associated with AIDS that has purple lesions that are raised or flat
Tenderness and swelling/inflammation of tendon sheaths
What test would you use to test the ulnar collateral ligament
Lobe affected in Broca's aphasia
Major Spinal Level: Plantar Flexion
Tract(s) that carry proprioception and vibration
Major Spinal Level: Triceps
Shooting pain into knee, lateral leg, and posterior calf; parasthesias and weakness
Bell's palsy is a sign of (central/peripheral) nerve damage
Benign midline growth of the hard palate
Fibrosis of the glenohumeral joint capsule, with diffuse, dull, aching pain in the shoulder and progressive restriction of active and passive range of motion
Test: With your finger, percuss lightly over course of median nerve in carpal tunnel at wrist
Rounded, bony growths on the inner surfaces of the mandible that are usually bilateral, asymptomatic and benign
Thick, white patch on the oral mucosa caused by an irritant like tobacco
Test: Auscultate anterior and posterior thorax and have the person repeat 'E'
PMI pattern in aortic stenosis or left ventricular hypertrophy
Test for the integrity of the anterio talofibular ligament
Inflammation of glans penis
Test: Reverse Prayer. Hold pt’s wrists in acute flexion for 60 sec.
Bell is for _______ pitched sounds

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Created Dec 19, 2013ReportNominate
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