Health Assessment

  1. What are the organs located in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen?
    liver, gallbladder, duodenum, head of pancreas, right kidney and adrenal
  2. What are the organs located in the left upper quadrant?
    stomach,spleen, left lobe of liver, body of pancreas, left kidney and adrenal
  3. What are the organs located in the left lower quadrant?
    part of sescending colon, sigmoid colon, left ovary and tube, left ureter, left spermaticord
  4. What are theorgans located in the right lower quadrant?
    cecum, appendix, right ovary and tube, right ureter, right spermatic cord
  5. Anorexia
    loss of appetite
  6. dysphagia
    difficulty swallowing
  7. pyrosis
    burning sensation in the esophagus and stomach (heartburn)
  8. What are the contours of the abdomen and which ones are abnormal?
    flat, scaphoid (abnormal), rounded (abnormal), protuberant (abnormal)
  9. ascites
    fluid in the peritoneal cavity, causes skin to be glistening and taut
  10. What can cause an enlarged spleen?
    mononucleosis, trauma, infection
  11. Cranial Nerve 1
    olfactory, smell
  12. Cranial Nerve 2
    Optic, vision
  13. Cranial 3
    Oculomotor, EOM, opening of eyelids, pupil constriction, lens shape
  14. Cranial nerve 4
    trochlear, down and inward movement of the eye
  15. Cranial Nerve 5
    trigeminal, muscle of mastication
  16. Cranial Nerve 6
    Abducens, lateral movement of eye
  17. Cranial Nerve 7
    Facial, close eyes, facial movement, close mouth, labial speech
  18. Cranial Nerve 8
    Acoustic, hearing
  19. Cranial Nerve 9
    Glassopharyngeal, swallowing, taste on posterior third of tongue,
  20. Cranial Nerve 10
    Vagus, talking/swallowing,
  21. Cranial Nerve 11
    spinal, movement of trapezius and sternocleidomastoid muscle
  22. Cranial Nerve 12
    hypoglossal, movement of tongue
  23. syncope
    sudden loss of strength, a temporary loss of consciousnessdue to lack of cerebral blood flow
  24. vertigo
    rotational spinning caused by neurological disease in the vestibular apparatus in the ear
  25. paresis
    partial/incomplete paralysis
  26. Paralysis
    loss of motor function due to a lesion in the neurologic or muscular system or loss of sensory innervation
  27. dysmetria
    inability to control range of motion of muscles
  28. paresthesias
    abnormal sensation, burning, tingling
  29. dysarthria
    difficulty forming words
  30. dysphasia
    difficulty with language comprehnsion or expression
  31. anosmia
    decrease or loss of smell
  32. strabismus
    deviated gaze or limited movement of the eyes
  33. dysmetria
    clumsy movement with overshooting the mark and occurs with cerebellar disorders or acute alcohol intoxication
  34. mastalgia
    occurs with trauma, inflammation, infection, and benign breast disease
  35. gynecomastia
    enlargement of male breast tissue
  36. premature thelarche
    early breast development with no other hormone dependent signs
  37. nocturnal enuresis
    involuntary passing urine after an age at which continence is expected
  38. phimosis
    unable to retract the foreskin
  39. paraphimosis
    unable to return foreskin to original position
  40. hypospadias
    ventral location of meatus
  41. epispadias
    dorsal location of meatus
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