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Cranial Cervical

Cranial Cervical - Term Definition T or F In most states...

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Term: T or F? In most states, chiropractors credentialed by the AVCA cannot legally recommend supplements, herbals, and vitamins to veterinary patients without direct consult of a veterinarian. Definition: True Term: "hello pharmacy may I help you?" "this is Dr. Jones and you need to RX 100 mg ampicillin capsules Sig 2 capsules BID. What does the term "sig" mean? Definition: write on the label Term: Which one of hte following drugs has no anti-inflammatory properties and is extremely toxic to cats? Definition: Acetominophen (tylenol) Term: Which of the following herbal agents is a sedative for anxious animals prior to adjusting? Definition: Valerian Root
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Term: What pathology is demonstrated in this radiograph? Radiograph shows new bone formation along the bottom of the lumbar spine. Definition: spondylosis Term: What is the most probably diagnosis after seeing these radiographs? Radiographs show hips of dog without obvious abnormality. Definition: normal canine hips Term: What is the most probable diagnosis of this dog after seeing this radiograph, this dog presented with intermittant lameness and was normal the day you saw him? The patella is medial of the stifle on radiograph. Definition: medial subluxated patella Term: Which of the following adjustments should be performed with the adjuster in front of the dog? a) atlas superior b) occiput inferior, c) atlas superior right d) occiput superior right, e) atlas inferior Definition: occiput superior right
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Term: Which of the following adjustments is the adjuster not on the side opposite laterality in the dog? Atlas superior right, atlas posterior right, cervical body right, PI ilium, Lateral TMJ Definition: lateral TMJ Term: Which of the following SCP/listing combinations is incorrect in the dog? a) lat. TMJ of the mandible-ramus of mandible b) atlas superior-bilateral wings of the atlas c) AS ilium-tuber ischium d) atlas inferior-bilateral wings of the atlas e) rostral mandible-mentum of the mandible Definition: AS ilium-tuber ischium Term: Which of the following set ups requires no stabilization because it was supplied by the horse? a0 lateral TMJ b) facial Lift C) lateral cervical body left D) sacral apex left e) occiput superior left Definition: facial lift
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Term: Which of the following statements is true? a) LOC for a cervical body right in the horse is 45 degrees from the axis of the spine b) the LOC for an atlas superior right is 72 degrees from the axis of the spine c) the LOC for an occiput superior left is 45 degrees from the forehead Definition: the LOC for a cervical body right in the horse is 45 degrees from the axis of the spine Term: In the equine neck Definition: flexion and extension increase as you move from C1/C2 to C6/C7 Term: Which of the following is not a reason for rehabilitation? a) increase pain and inflammation b) improve and maintain joint range of motion C) increase strength and prevent muscle atrophy d) improve coordination Definition: increase pain and inflammation
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Term: When checking cranial nerves in the horse which of the following is false?
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