orthopedics, Biology

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1. List alternative therapies for musculoskeletal problems.


2. What is a xyrospasm? What is the Greek derivative of the word?


3. Name and describe the three types of varus conditions.


4. Define the anterior “triangle” of the neck. Give a second example of a body triangle.


5. What are the symptoms of the life-theatening illness caused by the bacteria Clostridium tetani?


6. Ole Worm, a Danish physician (1588-1654) described the wormian bone. Where is this bone found?


7. What is the function of calcium?


8. Divers exposed to the toxin of the stonefish die within days of exposure, a painful, mutilating illness. What toxin does this fish produce and how is it lethal?


9. In radiologic technology, what is the responsibility of the radiographer?


10. Describe the work of a physical therapist.



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