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Aperry_TreatmentNotes_030818.docx - Module 05 Course...

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Module 05 Course Project: Treatment Notes Each question is associated with the treatment notes provided. Refer to these when answering each question. Please type your answer in the “Click here to enter text” space. Patient A – Todd Anderson 1. What surgical procedure was performed on Todd? Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy 2. What are the two word roots found in “nephrolithotomy” and what are their meanings? Nithro- Litho 3. What is the first surgical instrument mentioned in Todd’s surgical report. (Hint: it is used for visual examination.) Cystoscope 4. In Todd’s surgical report, the ureteral orifices were normal. What does the term “ureteral orifice” mean? The opening of the ureteral at a lateral angle in the trigone wide gaping of the ostium usually indicates vesicoureteral reflux. 5. In Todd’s surgical report, what type of tube was used to form an opening into the kidney? Click here to enter text.
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