Inflammatory Process (Pta102)

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  • 1. 
    IN ACUTE  STAGES OF INFLAMMATION, SEVERAL REACTIONS OCCUR. CHOSE THE ANSWER THAT IS MOST CORRECT
    • A. 

      INJURY, VASOCONSTRICTION, VASODILATION, MIGRATION AND PROLIFERATION OF FIBROBLASTS, INGROWTH OF CAPILLARY BUDS

    • B. 

      INJURY, EXUDATION, COLLAGEN ALIGNS TO STRESS ABSORPTION AND REORIENTATION, CONSOLIDATION

    • C. 

      INJURY, CONSOLIDATION, EXUDATION, BRIEF VASODILATION FOLLOWED BY VASOCONSTRICTION

    • D. 

      INJURY, CONSOLIDATION, EXUDATION, BRIEF VASOCONSTRICTION FOLLOWED BY VASODILATION

  • 2. 
    THE DURATION OF THE ACUTE STAGE CAN LAST HOW LONG, ASSUMING ITS NOT REINJURED
    • A. 

      2-4 DAYS

    • B. 

      5-7 DAYS

    • C. 

      4-6 DAYS

    • D. 

      10-12 DAYS

  • 3. 
    AN ACUTE ENDFEEL WOULD BE DESCRIBED AS
    • A. 

      FAST GUARDING

    • B. 

      CAPSULAR

    • C. 

      SLOW GUARDING

    • D. 

      EMPTY

  • 4. 
    THE PAIN IN THE ACUTE STAGE IS
    • A. 

      IN THE ABSCENCE OF INFLAMMATION

    • B. 

      CONSTANT

    • C. 

      FELT AT REST

    • D. 

      MAY BECOME WORSE WITH REPEATED FORCEFUL MOVEMENTS

    • E. 

      PAIN AFTER TISSUE RESISTANCE

  • 5. 
    THE RX FOR ACUTE INFLAMMATION WOULD CONSIST OF...
    • A. 

      MODALITIES

    • B. 

      PROGRESSIVE STRETCHING, STRENGTHENING AND FUNCTIONAL EXERCISES

    • C. 

      RESTORE FUNCTION

    • D. 

      IMMOBILIZATION

    • E. 

      PAIN CONTROL

  • 6. 
    THR RX GOALS FOR ACUTE INFLAMMATION INCLUDE
    • A. 

      REDUCE SWELLING

    • B. 

      MAINTAIN SOFT TISSUE AND JOINT INTEGRITY AND MOBILITY

    • C. 

      INCREASE MUSCLE STRENGTH

    • D. 

      DECREASE PAIN, EDEMA AND SPASM

    • E. 

      INCREASE FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY

  • 7. 
     THE SUBACUTE STAGE OF INFLAMMATION INVOLVES...
    • A. 

      CONTRACTURE OF SCAR TISSUE

    • B. 

      REPAIR

    • C. 

      MIGRATION AND PROLIFERATION OF FIBROBLASTS

    • D. 

      EXUDATION

    • E. 

      SYNTHESIS OF COLLAGEN AND GROUND SUBSTANCE

  • 8. 
    THE DURATION OF THE SUBACUTE PHASE CAN RANGE FROM
    • A. 

      4 TO 12-14 DAYS

    • B. 

      4 TO 21-28 DAYS

    • C. 

      4 TO 14-21 DAYS

    • D. 

      4 DAYS TO 12-18 MONTHS

  • 9. 
    SUBACUTE PAIN IS
    • A. 

      INTERMITTENT

    • B. 

      FELT ON MOVEMENT

    • C. 

      FELT AT REST

    • D. 

      PAIN AFTER TISSUE RESISTANCE

  • 10. 
    SUBACUTE ENDFEELS
    • A. 

      FAST GUARDING

    • B. 

      SLOW GUARDING

    • C. 

      CAPSULAR

    • D. 

      EMPTY

  • 11. 
    THE RX OF SUBACUTE INFLAMMATION IS TO
    • A. 

      RESTORE FUNCTION

    • B. 

      INCREASE MUSCLE STRENGTH

    • C. 

      PREVENT AND MINIMIZE CONTRACTURE AND ADHESION FORMATION BEGINNING WITH GENTLE ACTIVE MOVEMENT AND GRADUALLY INCREASING IN INTENSITY AND STRENGTH

    • D. 

      DECREASE PAIN FROM STRESS ON CONTRACTURE OR ADHESIONS

    • E. 

      CAUTIOUS GENTLE MOVEMENTS

  • 12. 
    THE RX GOALS OF SUBACUTE INFLAMMATION IS TO
    • A. 

      INCREASE FUNCTIONAL ACTIVITY

    • B. 

      INCREASE FUNCTIONAL INDEPENDENCE

    • C. 

      INCREASE CONNECTIVE TISSUE MOBILITY

    • D. 

      MAINTAIN INTEGRITY AND FUNCTION OF ASSOCIATED AREAS

    • E. 

      CONTROL PAIN, EDEMA, AND JOINT SWELLING

  • 13. 
    IN THE CHRONIC STAGE OF INFLAMMATION
    • A. 

      CONTRACTURE AND REMODELING OF SCAR TISSUE

    • B. 

      INGROWTH OF CAPILLARY BUDS

    • C. 

      COLLAGEN ALIGNS TO STRESS ABSORPTION AND REORIENTATION

    • D. 

      MATURATION OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE

    • E. 

      EXUDATION

  • 14. 
    THE DURATION OF THE CHRONIC STAGE CAN RANGE FROM
    • A. 

      DAY 4-6 TO 12-18 MONTHS

    • B. 

      DAY 14-21 TO 12-18 MONTHS

    • C. 

      21 DAYS TO 4-6 WEEKS

    • D. 

      21 DAYS TO 6-12 MONTHS

  • 15. 
    IN THE CHRONIC STAGE OF INFLAMMATION PAIN IS FELT...
    • A. 

      ABSCENCE OF INFLAMMATION

    • B. 

      INTERMITTENT

    • C. 

      FELT ON MOVEMENT

    • D. 

      CONSTANT

    • E. 

      PAIN AFTER TISSUE RESISTENCE

  • 16. 
    THE ENDFEEL IN THE CHRONIC STAGE
    • A. 

      SLOW GUARDING

    • B. 

      FAST GUARDING

    • C. 

      EMPTY

    • D. 

      CAPSULAR

  • 17. 
    THE RX FOR CHRONIC STAGE IS
    • A. 

      RESTORE FUNCTION

    • B. 

      PAIN CONTROL

    • C. 

      INCREASE SOFT TISSUE, MUSCLE AND/OR JOINT MOBILITY

    • D. 

      INCREASE FUNCTIONAL INDEPENDENCE

    • E. 

      CAUTIOUS GENTLE MOVEMENT

  • 18. 
    CHRONIC STAGE RX GOALS
    • A. 

      INCREASE CONNECTIVE TISSUE MOBILITY

    • B. 

      REDUCE SWELLING

    • C. 

      INCREASE FUNCTIONAL INDEPENDENCE

    • D. 

      DECREASE PAIN FROM STRESS OR CONTRACTURE OR ADHESIONS

    • E. 

      INCREASE MUSCLE STRENGTH

  • 19. 
    TISSUE INJURY THAT: -HAS MILD PAIN AT TIME OF INJURY OR WITHIN THE FIRST 24 HOURS -MILD SWELLING -LOCAL TENDERNESS -PAIN WHEN THE TISSUE IS STRESSED
    • A. 

      GRADE 1

    • B. 

      GRADE 2

    • C. 

      GRADE 3

  • 20. 
    TISSUE INJURY THAT -HAS MODERATE PAIN THAT REQUIRES ACTIVITY TO STOP -STRESS AND PALPATION OF THE TISSUE INCREASE THE PAIN GREATLY -CONCERNING LIGAMENTS WITH TORN FIBERS, SOME INCREASE IN JOINT MOBILITY IS OBSERVED
    • A. 

      GRADE 1

    • B. 

      GRADE 2

    • C. 

      GRADE 3

  • 21. 
    TYPE OF TISSUE INJURY THAT HAS  -NEAR OR COMPLETE AVULSION OF THE TISSUE -SEVERE PAIN -STRESS TO TISSUE IS USUALLY PAINLESS -INSTABILITY OF THE JOINT CAN BE NOTICED
    • A. 

      GRADE 1

    • B. 

      GRADE 2

    • C. 

      GRADE 3

  • 22. 
    GRADE 3 TISSUE INJURY
  • 23. 
    GRADE 2 TISSUE INJURY
  • 24. 
    GRADE 1 TISSUE INJURY
  • 25. 
    STRETCH WITHOUT HEAT = NO PERMANENT ELONGATION
    • A. 

      TRUE

    • B. 

      FALSE

  • 26. 
    HEAT WITHOUT STRETCH = NO PERMANENT ELONGATION
    • A. 

      TRUE

    • B. 

      FALSE

  • 27. 
    WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT ONE OF THE 3 CRITERIA FOR A COUNTER IRRITANT TO BE MOST EFFECTIVE
    • A. 

      INTENSITY MUST BE LESS THAN COMFORTABLE

    • B. 

      HEAT MUST BE APPLIED TO ORIGINAL SITE OF PAIN

    • C. 

      HEAT MUST BE APPLIED IN THE FIRST 72 HOURS

    • D. 

      HEAT MUST BE APPLIED PERIODICALLY

  • 28. 
    WHICH NERVE FIBER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR COLD
    • A. 

      RUFFINI

    • B. 

      KRAUSE

    • C. 

      MEISSNER'S

    • D. 

      VATER-PACINI

  • 29. 
    WHICH NERVE FIBER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PRESSURE
    • A. 

      RUFFINI

    • B. 

      KRAUSE

    • C. 

      VATER-PACINI

    • D. 

      MEISSNER'S

  • 30. 
    WHICH NERVE FIBER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR HEAT
    • A. 

      RUFFINI

    • B. 

      KRAUSE

    • C. 

      MEISSNER'S

    • D. 

      VATER-PACINI

  • 31. 
    WHAT NERVE FIBER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROPRIOCEPTION/ LIGHT TOUCH
    • A. 

      RUFFINI

    • B. 

      KRAUSE

    • C. 

      MEISSNER'S

    • D. 

      VATER-PACINI

  • 32. 
    NERVE FIBER SENSORY TEMPERATURE
  • 33. 
    NERVE FIBERSHARP PAIN; NOCIOCEPTOR
  • 34. 
    NERVE FIBERDULL BURNING PAIN; NOCIOCEPTOR
  • 35. 
    WHICH IS NOT AN EFFECT OF HEAT ON THE MUSCLE
    • A. 

      INCREASES REMOVAL OF WASTE

    • B. 

      DECREASES BLOOD FLOW

    • C. 

      DECREASES MUSCLE SPASMS

  • 36. 
    EDEMA THAT IS BARELY DETECTABLE, GIVES AN IMPRESSION OF HOW MANY MM?
  • 37. 
    A SLIGHT INDENTATION IS VISIBLE WHEN THE SKIN IS DEPRESSED. EDEMA IMPRESSION IS HOW MANY MM ?
  • 38. 
    A DEEPER FINGERPRINT RETURNS TO NORMAL IN 5 TO 30 SECONDS. EDEMA IS HOW MANY MM IMPRESSED
  • 39. 
    THE EXTREMITY MAY BE 1.5 TO 2 TIMES NORMAL SIZE. THE EDEMA GIVES AN IMPRESSION OF HOW MANY MM
  • 40. 
    SIENT LYMPHEDEMA IS A TEMPORARY CONDITION THAT LASTS LESS THAN 6 MONTHS AND IS ASSOCIATED WITH PITTED EDEMA WITH TACTILE PRESSURE AND LACK OF BRAWNY SKIN CHANGES
    • A. 

      TRUE

    • B. 

      FALSE