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1.   Identify the sequence of bone healing in fractures and surgical injuries.    Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1.  Callus formation,  hematoma formation,  osteoblasts replace  callus, remodeling of  periosteal and  endosteal surfaces      2. Hematoma formation,  osteoblasts replace  callus, remodeling of  periosteal and  endosteal surfaces  transverse tubules  are visable on x-ray      3. Callus formation,  hematoma formation,  osteoblasts replace  callus, procallus  formation      4. Hematoma  formation,procallus  formation, osteoblasts  replace callus,  remodeling of  periosteal and  endosteal surfaces 100%       Score: 10/10   
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2.   Match the vocabulary to the definition. (Hint: Use your itouch)  Statement avascular necrosis  acetylcholine  sarcoplasmic reticulum  Troponin T  myoglobinuria  Score: 10/10    3.   Which of the following serum electrolyte values is abnormal?   Score: 0/10    4.  
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Multiple sclerosis is a degeneration of which of the following structures?    Score: 10/10    5.   The sense of taste is strongly associated with what other sense?    Score: 10/10    6.   Match the disease to the anatomical site of dysfunction  Statement Myasthenia gravis  Multiple Sclerosis 
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Statement Guillain-Barre syndrome 
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