Diagnostic Procedures and Pharmacology Quiz A

Diagnostic Procedures and Pharmacology Quiz A - Diagnostic...

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Diagnostic Procedures and Pharmacology - Quiz A 1. The term __________ means listening for sounds within the body and is usually performed through a stethoscope. auscultation 2. A/An __________ is an abnormal sound heard during auscultation of an artery. bruit 3. The diagnostic procedure designed to determine the density of a body part by the sound produced by tapping the surface with the fingers is known as __________ . percussion 4. The presence of pus in the urine is known as __________ . pyuria 5. The term __________ describes any position in which the patient is lying down. This can be on the back, front, or side. recumbent 6. The presence of bacteria in the urine is known as __________ . bacteriuria 7. The term __________ means blood in the urine. hematuria 8. In the __________ position, the patient is lying on the belly with the face down. prone 9. A/An __________ is used to enlarge the opening of any canal or cavity to facilitate the inspection of its interior. speculum 10. A/An __________ is an individual trained and skilled in the puncture of a vein for the purpose of drawing blood.
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2012 for the course HRP 2303 taught by Professor Judithguetzow during the Spring '12 term at Texas Pan American.

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