Diagnosis L3 HEENT normal.txt

  1. What are the CNs of the eye muscles?
    • LR6 SO4 AO3
    • LR = lateral rectur
    • SO = superior oblique
    • AO = all others
  2. What way does the superior oblique pull the eye?
  3. What way does the inferior oblique pull the eye?
  4. CN of facial expression?
  5. CN of mastication?
    CN V
  6. CN of swallowing?
    IX & X
  7. CN of Tongue?
    CN XII
  8. CN of neck and shoulder?
    CN XI
  9. What do you call a normal shaped face with no abnormalities?
    Normocephalic and atraumatic w/ no acute distress
  10. What is the medial and lateral canthus?
    Corners of the eye
  11. What is Ptosis and what is its associated CN?
    • Ptosis: droopy eyelid
    • CN III
  12. How far do you hold the Rosenbaum chart from a person's eyes?
    14 inches
  13. What is the crescent shadow of the eye indicate?
  14. What is the corneal light reflex?
    Shine light directly at patients eyes from two feet. Light should be congruently in the middle of pupils
  15. What is Myosis and Mydriasis?
    • Myosis: constriction of pupils
    • Mydriasis: dilation of pupils
  16. What is the difference b/t direct & consensual light reflex?
    • Direct: pupil constriction on side of light
    • Consensual: pupil constriction on opposite side of light
  17. What is Near Rxn (Accomodation)?
    As you move an object closer to a person's nose, their pupils constrict and eyes converge
  18. What is the normal cup:disk ratioof the optic disc?
  19. What is the A:V ratio of the inner eye?
  20. When looking at the tympanic membrane, where should the cone of light direct?
    Anterior inferiorly
  21. Where do you palpate to find the battle sign?
    Basal skull fracture
  22. What is the CN of hearing?
  23. What is an Osteoma?
    benign, nodular swelling in the EAC
  24. What is pain with movement of auricle and tragus?
    Otitis externa
  25. What drains the nasolacrimal duct?
    inferior meatus
  26. What drains the paranasal sinuses?
    Middle meatus
  27. How many teeth should be in the human mouth?
  28. How do you test CN IX & X in the mouth?
    Ask patient to say "AH"
  29. Name the 9 cervical lymph nodes?
    • Occipital
    • Post-auricular
    • Pre-auricular
    • Submaxillary (submandibular)
    • Tonsillar
    • Submental
    • Ant. superficial/deep cervical
    • Post Superficial/deep cervical
    • Supraclavicular
  30. Where do you stand to palpate the thyroid gland?
    Behind patient
  31. What is a Torus Palatinus?
    Benign lesion on upper palate
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Diagnosis L3 HEENT normal.txt
Diagnosis L3 HEENT normal