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  1. aliquot
  2. spondylosis
  3. erythrocyte sedimentation rate
  4. hematologic tests
  5. arthroscope
  6. dexteity
  7. The disorder characterized by uncontrollable episodes of falling asleep is
  8. Present
  9. modulated
  10. general surgery specialty
  11. inactive files
  12. Joseph Murray (1919-)
  13. 4 stages of emotions
  14. may use
  15. Compound
  16. A communicable disease to be reported to the county health department is...
  17. enunciation
  18. regression
  19. asepsis
  20. serotonin
  21. ATP
  22. Medical Illustrator (MI)
  23. chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)
  24. Which blood vessel is proximal to the heart?
  25. UA
  26. A physician may NOT obtain his or her license by...
  27. concise
  28. 5 Cs of communication
  29. tenonectomy
  30. gout
  31. auditory ossicles
  32. atrophy
  33. feedback
  34. tenalgia
  35. An example of a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is
  36. arterial blood
  37. Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (DMS)
  38. talus
  39. plexus
  40. LIDOCAINE AND PROCAINE ARE EXAMPLES OF
  41. strain
  42. Diabetic retinopathy is a result of damage to the
  43. Source-Oriented Medical Record (SOMR)
  44. movable file units
  45. The physician performs an elective surgical procedure without written consent. The physician is guilty of...
  46. return to normal
  47. fibrinogen into fibrin
  48. transverse
  49. time critical
  50. rule 2
  51. THE COMBINING FORM P U L M O N O REFERS TO THE
  52. tennis elbow
  53. RMA certification examination
  54. WHICH PART OF THE COMPUTER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ALLOWING THE COMPUTER TO PERFORM ALL OPERATIONS
  55. Acids
  56. High context
    communication
  57. Ionic Bond
  58. autonomic nerve fibers
  59. femoral neck
  60. oxygen
  61. fight or flight
  62. guided imagery
  63. adjunct
  64. osteonecrosis
  65. arterial blood is what color
  66. Sperm & Egg cell maturity begin at....
  67. hypoglycemia
  68. The function of insulin is to....
  69. AN EXAMPLE OF AN EMANCIPATED MINOR IS
  70. POL
  71. THE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT (OSHA) WAS LEGISLATION PASSED TO ENSURE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT
  72. eye contact
  73. lower extremities
  74. traction
  75. spasmodic torticollis
  76. perception
  77. ligaments
  78. abductor
  79. singultus
  80. hematopoiesis
  81. straight numeric
  82. measurable goal
  83. lacking or low in color, hemoglobin
  84. managed care operation
  85. revision surgery
  86. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS DEVELOPED THE GUIDELINES FOR STANDARD PRECAUTIONS
  87. MRSA
  88. dystonia
  89. what is the most important step to a successful venipuncture
  90. VCT
  91. swayback
  92. Frederick G. Banting (1891-1941)
  93. overuse injuries
  94. tenoplasty
  95. dyskinesia
  96. Providers
  97. The Joint Commission is
  98. granulocytes and agranulocytes
  99. internal fixation
  100. Cells that carry or transmit impulses toward the central nervous system are called
  101. serially
  102. Sir Alexander Fleming (1881-1955)
  103. 2006
  104. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WILL RESULT IF A PHYSICIAN FAILS TO ASSIGN A DIAGNOSTIC CODE FOR AN INSURANCE CLAIM
  105. right cerebral hemisphere
  106. a lavender tube is has
  107. 2 most important issues
  108. resection
  109. Clinical Laboratory Technician Associate Degree (CLT)
  110. what is the functions of blood
  111. rod and guides
  112. A MEDICAL ASSISTANT WHO CONTINUALLY ASKS TO LEAVE WORK EARLY FOR PERSONAL REASONS IS LACKING THE QUALITY OF
  113. craniectomy
  114. autonomic nervous system
  115. A medical assistant publicly criticizes a physician's diagnostic skills. This is an example of...
  116. Preferred Provider Organization (PPO)
  117. lateral files
  118. vastus lateralis and vastus medialis
  119. myotonia
  120. Clara Barton (1821-1912)
  121. method for capillary blood draws
  122. bone scan
  123. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ATTRIBUTES REFERS TO THE ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND SOMEONES ELSE'S FEELING OR SITUATIONS
  124. antithrombin
  125. legal and ethical
  126. Base
  127. intracranial pressure
  128. humpback or dowager's hump
  129. thoracic
  130. paid
  131. ribs
  132. Giving a patient an injection ordered by the physician is NOT...
  133. travel into tissues to find and destroy pathogens
  134. no
  135. defined as any dysfunction of the brain
  136. Displacement
  137. cephalagia
  138. paralysis
  139. carpal tunnel
  140. articulate
  141. warning aura
  142. A CAPILLARY PUNCTURE IS MOST LIKELY TO BE PERFORMED ON THE OUTER EDGES OF THE PLANTAR SURFACE (UNDERSIDE) OF THE HEEL IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING PATIENTS
  143. osteitis
  144. The blood vessel that brings blood from the head, chest, and arms back to the heart is the
  145. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CHECKS HAS A STUB ATTACHED TO THE CHECK FOR RECORDING INFORMATION ABOUT THE TRANSACTION
  146. osteoarthritis
  147. peripheral
  148. THE PROCESS BY WHICH NUTRIENTS LEAVE THE GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM AND ENTER THE BLOODSTREAM IS CALLED
  149. Rationalization
  150. AMAA
  151. pia mater
  152. cranium
  153. ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ARE REASONS THAT AN INSURANCE CARRIER MAY REJECT A CLAIM EXCEPT
  154. single captions
  155. spinal fusion
  156. hemarthrosis
  157. The glumerulus is a cluster of blood capillaries found in the
  158. TEST FOR OCCULT BLOOD IN THE STOOL SHOULD BE PERFORMED AFTER A PATIENT HAS BEEN ON A THREE-DAY DIET THAT IS FREE FROM WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING
  159. vomer bone
  160. occupational therapy
  161. darker red
  162. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING INSTRUMENTS IS USED TO LOOK INTO THE EARS
  163. WHICH TYPE OF DRUG SCHEDULE HAS NO ACCEPTABLE MEDICAL USE
  164. hemolysis
  165. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE BEST SOURCE OF FIBER
  166. A condition causing a backflow of stomach acid through an incompetent esophageal sphincter is called
  167. sensory neurons
  168. arthroplasty
  169. rectus
  170. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TERMS MEANS "INFLAMMATION OF A VEIN"?
  171. bone marrow biopsy
  172. monocytes value
  173. forehead
  174. fax
  175. percutaneous diskectomy
  176. A PATIENT COMES TO THE OFFICE AND SAYS, "I HAVE PAIN IN THE RIGHT LOWER SIDE OF MY ABDOMEN" THIS AN EXAMPLE OF WHICH COMPONENT OF THE PATIENT'S HISTORY
  177. Buffy coat
  178. rheumatologist
  179. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS AN ADVANTAGE OF THE ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORD (EMR)
  180. bone density testing
  181. A court order instructing the physician to report to court at a certain time and date is...
  182. activities of daily living (ADL)
  183. UNICEF
  184. one
  185. ene Laennec (1781-1826)
  186. ethmoid bone
  187. tibia
  188. WHEN A RESPONSIVE ADULT AGREES TO RECEIVE FIRST AID CARE, IT IS KNOWN AS
  189. metastasized
  190. adduction
  191. DACUM
  192. Most of the digestive process occurs in the
  193. central nervous system (CNS)
  194. C. Walton Lillehei
  195. The lymphatic system does not include the following organ hypothalamus
  196. sphenoid bone
  197. parasympathetic nervous system
  198. communication cycle
  199. THe first medical code of ethics was written by...
  200. the second function of hemoglobin is
  201. HOW OFTEN SHOULD EQUIPMENT AND INSTRUMENTS BE CHECKED TO ENSURE THAT THEY ARE WORKING PROPERLY
  202. temporal bones
  203. the combining form that means tissue is
  204. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TERMS MEANS "INCISION IN THE MUSCLE
  205. What protein is found in the epidermis that makes the skin waterproof?
  206. triceps brachii
  207. cannula
  208. myasthenia
  209. A communicable, infectious disease of the lungs is
  210. wear-and-tear arthritis
  211. degenerative
  212. eosinophil
  213. sensory nerve fibers
  214. becker muscular dystrophy (BMD)
  215. triceps
  216. joint
  217. thoracic surgical specialty
  218. DOSAGES FOR CHILDREN ARE MOST FREQUENTLY CALCULATED ACCORDING TO BODY WEIGHT
  219. stress
  220. carpi
  221. bunion
  222. face to face
  223. A patient's implied consent usually covers
  224. The leaf-shaped cartilage that covers the opening of the larynx is the
  225. THE THREE TYPES OF MUSCLE TISSUE ARE SKELETAL, SMOOTH, AND CARDIAC .......... Smooth muscles are composed of elongated, spindle shaped cells and are commonly involved in involuntary motions.
  226. The term that refers to absence of menstrual flow in a woman of reproductive age is
  227. paraplegia
  228. contraction
  229. Which body system includes the thyroid and pituitary glands?
  230. fissure
  231. 95%
  232. rationalization
  233. staining process
  234. ARU
  235. facility
  236. POMR means
  237. packed RBC volume
  238. ANATOMY IS THE STUDY OF THE
  239. tenectomy
  240. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A SOURCE OF VITAMIN C
  241. what do we call the system that combines with either the syringe or the evacuated tube?
  242. A minor may not consent for...
  243. communication
  244. other then foot, what site selection did we not practice on and what number is it in the order of selection
  245. L1 through L5
  246. Consent for a person's own medical treatment may be given by a...
  247. BEFORE TRANSFERRING A CALL TO ANOTHER EXTENSION, WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE MOST APPROPRIATE FOR THE MEDICAL ASSISTANT TO DO
  248. depression
  249. attribute
  250. spina bifida
  251. why are additives used in tubes
  252. Robert Koch (1843-1910)
  253. Allergy and Immunology Specialty
  254. MA responsibility with phlebotomy
  255. metacarpals
  256. Total practice management system (TPMS)
  257. radiograph
  258. Examples of ethical cases affected by the law are cases involving...
  259. order of site selection
  260. fluent
  261. Cranial nerve I, the olfactory nerve, is related to the sense of
  262. internal
  263. Nerve fibers are insulated and protected by a fatty material called
  264. afferent
  265. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING BODY FATS IS PROTECTIVE AGAINST CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
  266. cytoplasm
  267. endorphins
  268. future
  269. Anion
  270. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WOULD BE AN EXAMPLE OF PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITY
  271. Joseph Lister (1827-1912)
  272. facilitate
  273. Athletic Trainer (AT)
  274. deep tendon reflexes (DTR)
  275. Uniform Resource Locator (URL)
  276. Dr.Smith is no longer willing to take care of Mr. Watson. If Dr. Smith does not give Mr. Watson proper notification and appropriate time to find a new physician, Dr. Smith is guilty of...
  277. THE CIRCUMFERENCE OF THE HEAD SHOULD BE MEASURED DURING REGULAR CHECKUPS UNTIL A PEDIATRIC PATIENT REACHES WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING AGES
  278. osteorrhaphy
  279. how should MA collect blood
  280. end
  281. nocturnal myoclonus
  282. bleeding
  283. arthrosclerosis
  284. The patient puts out his or her arm to allow the physician to cleans an abrasion. This type of consent is...
  285. bias
  286. distal epiphysis
  287. allapathic
  288. medical record retrieval
  289. deterioration
  290. stress fracture
  291. proprietary
  292. Colles' fracture
  293. overuse tendinitis
  294. Scope of Practice
  295. headache
  296. bone marrow aspiration
  297. KNOWING HOW TO INDEX, OR ORDER, NAMES IS NECESSARY IN DECIDING WHERE TO PLACE A FILE IN AN ALPHABETICAL FILING SYSTEM. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING NAMES IN INDEXED CORRECTLY
  298. motor neurons
  299. orthopedic surgeon
  300. total knee arthroplasty
  301. active files
  302. age and gender
  303. last two steps of the proper method to palpate a vein
  304. nocturnal
  305. tendon
  306. AMT
  307. myolysis
  308. practicum
  309. GAS
  310. medial epicondylitis
  311. electroneuromyography
  312. clubfoot
  313. 4 steps of communcation cycle
  314. masking
  315. coagulation
  316. terminal end fibers
  317. disadvantage
  318. tailbone
  319. An example of exocrine glands are
  320. hematology
  321. AAMA policy
  322. THE BASIC PARTS OF THE COMMUNICATION PROCESS INCLUDE
  323. scab
  324. function of the liver is to
  325. bcc
  326. The epigastric anatomical region of the abdomen is located
  327. urology specialty
  328. gastrocnemius
  329. courteous
  330. tenorrhaphy
  331. cultural brokers
  332. defense
  333. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS WOULD NOT BE INCLUDED WHEN PREPARING MINUTES OF A MEETING
  334. interactive videoconferencing
  335. clinical email
  336. Collagen, a substance found in the dermis, is an
  337. hamstring
  338. jargon
  339. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBES A LAWFUL ACT PERFORMED IMPROPERLY BY A PHYSICIAN
  340. back of hand falls where in the order of site collection
  341. The only artery in the body that carries deoxygenated blood is the
  342. myelinated
  343. erythrocytes
  344. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS INCLUDED IN A PATIENT'S VITAL SIGNS
  345. The smaller leg bone, lateral to the tibia, is the
  346. corpus callosum
  347. cranioplasty
  348. neuromuscular
  349. Paget's disease
  350. AN IDIOSYNCRATIC EFFECT IS
  351. correct spelling of the term meaning inflammation of the tonsils
  352. leukocytes
  353. INCOMING CALLS SHOULD BE ANSWERED
  354. ACICS
  355. The master gland of the body is the
  356. respected
  357. Moses (1205 B.C.)
  358. provider referred calls
  359. SPS
  360. dermatology specialty
  361. The left ventricle of the heart sends blood out through which artery....
  362. cramp
  363. muscular dystrophy
  364. projection
  365. Certified Medical Assistant (CMA[AAMA])
  366. spondylolisthesis
  367. pubic bones
  368. The largest artery in the body is the
  369. IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS SHOULD THE PATIENT BE PLACED FOR AN ABDOMINAL EXAMINATION
  370. A tort is...
  371. what percentage in a coagulation study tube must have blood to be a full container
  372. Advance directives include a...
  373. Health Maintenance Organization (HMO)
  374. dura mater
  375. medical
  376. The condition of inflammation of the lymphatic vessels is called
  377. on preprinted labeled tubes the MA must still add
  378. IN A FILING SYSTEM, THE RELEASE MARK
  379. The physician's office shares a patient's medical information with an insurance company. The physician's office did not have the patient's written conseny. The office is guilty of...
  380. hypnotherapy
  381. benign
  382. A localized dilation resulting from weakness of a blood vessel wall is an
  383. transferred
  384. norepinephrine
  385. olecranon process
  386. DATA PROCESSING INVOLVES ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT
  387. abbreviation for prescription
  388. bulbar polio
  389. The tube that permits urine to pass from the bladder to the outside of the body is the
  390. Bilirubin specimens require what special preparation?
  391. partial ataxia
  392. study of normal and diseased cells
  393. hematocrit
  394. extension
  395. tenodynia
  396. A CLEAR LIQUID DIET CONSISTS OF ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT
  397. closure
  398. periosteotomy
  399. where is the antecubital space
  400. The bone that is part of the shoulder girdle and is between the sternum and the scapula is the
  401. crepitus
  402. Element
  403. The purpose of the Good Samaritan Act is to...
  404. constrict
  405. heel spur
  406. formal education
  407. neurosurgeon
  408. prejudice
  409. rheumatism
  410. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING INSTRUMENTS IS USED BY THE PHYSICIAN TO DETERMINE THE PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF BOWEL SOUNDS
  411. RD
  412. therapeutic communication
  413. nonverbal
  414. epicondylitis
  415. True or False: Type 2 diabetes is non-insulin-dependent diabetes
  416. HOW MUCH WATER IS RECOMMENDED TO BE CONSUMED IN A 24-HOUR PERIOD
  417. fracture
  418. Banking fees will appear on a monthly statement in the form of a
  419. pharmacopoeia
  420. BEFORE DRAWING BLOOD FOR A LIPID PROFILE, THE PATIENT MUST BE INSTRUCTED TO FAST FOR HOW MANY HOURS BEFORE THE TEST
  421. HIPAA is the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.
  422. pH
  423. occipital lobe
  424. red marrow
  425. lymphocyte
  426. The Life Span of a Human Red Blood Cell is
  427. what is the usual site of capillary puncture in infants
  428. distance
  429. femoral
  430. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE ABBREVIATION FOR THE MEDICAL TERM FOR A STROKE
  431. composition, function and in numbers
  432. closed questions
  433. when using method to palpate after you apply tourniquet what may you have patient do
  434. extensor
  435. Night blindness may be caused by a deficiency of....
  436. disposition
  437. 5 methods of treatment to bring a person back to the right track
  438. appendicular skeleton
  439. WHICH TERM MEANS "VOMITING BLOOD"
  440. rule 1
  441. goal
  442. MEDICARE CLAIMS ARE HANDLED IN THE STATE OR REGION BY
  443. buffy coat thickness
  444. partial knee replacement
  445. little people
  446. syringe order of draw
  447. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS AN INSTRUMENT THAT MEASURES A PERSON'S ABILITY TO HEAR VARIATIONS IN SOUND INTENSITY AND PITCH
  448. encephalocele
  449. challenging goals
  450. girdle
  451. IP phone
  452. luxation
  453. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)
  454. heparin
  455. credentialed
  456. nerve conduction studies
  457. ALL OF THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION ABOUT THE W-4 FORM USED BY THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE IS TRUE EXCEPT
  458. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING TERMS DESCRIBES UNTRUE ORAL STATEMENTS MADE TO DAMAGE AN INDIVIDUAL'S REPUTATION
  459. To properly void a check write "VOID" across the front and
  460. A heart disease that is present at birth is
  461. impulse
  462. A wheelchair patient could not use the medical office restroom because it was too small for the wheelchair. The office is in violation of...
  463. The chronic skin condition characterized by a red, flat area covered with silvery scales is
  464. 4 modes of communication
  465. The membrane attached to internal organs is the
  466. leukocyte
  467. myocele
  468. Posture
  469. basophil
  470. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IDENTIFIES THE COMPONENTS THAT ARE CENTRAL TO SIGMUND FREUD'S THEORIES OF PERSONALITY
  471. SOAP/SOAPER means
  472. WHAT PIECE OF EQUIPMENT IS HELPFUL DURING A PHYSICAL EXAM TO DETERMINE HEARING
  473. CMAS
  474. PSA
  475. A bone that is part of the pelvic girdle is the
  476. anticoagulant
  477. undoing
  478. peripheral nervous system (PNS)
  479. POLICIES THAT ARE SUPPLEMENTARY TO MEDICARE INSURANCE ARE KNOWN AS
  480. motor nerve fibers
  481. posture
  482. neurologist
  483. hemiplegic
  484. A PROCEDURE TO SCREEN FOR BREAST CANCER IS KNOWN AS WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING
  485. open
  486. exostosis
  487. IN APPROXIMATELY HOW MANY HOURS WILL A PLASTER CAST BE COMPLETELY DRY
  488. transverse fracture
  489. What entry is recorded in the adjustment column?
  490. hydrotherapy
  491. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING BEST DESCRIBES THE LOCATION OF HYPOCHONDRIAC REGION OF THE BODY
  492. hamstring injury
  493. AMTIE
  494. Examples of ambulatory care settings
  495. arthrodesis
  496. migraine headache
  497. congruency
  498. 70
  499. PST
  500. arthritis
  501. The process that does not require oxygen for the breakdown of glucose is referred to as being
  502. arthrolysis
  503. Ion
  504. inferior conchae
  505. lymphocytes and monocytes
  506. stabilization
  507. cross-reference
  508. practicum site no no's
  509. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT A GOVERNMENT-SPONSORED HEALTHCARE INSURANCE PLAN
  510. preferred
  511. The protein in epidermal cells that makes the skin relatively waterproof is.....
  512. disadvantages of VoIP
  513. blood culture tubes topper are
  514. record purging
  515. lavendar with EDTA are used for
  516. carpal tunnel syndrome
  517. CBC
  518. A fracture of the radius characterized by bending of the bone with the skin left intact is referred to as
  519. plastic surgical specialty
  520. middle digit
  521. does not
  522. buffer words
  523. Bachelor's Degree
  524. cerebral
  525. rule 3
  526. phalanges
  527. rule 4
  528. WHICH SUFFIX MEANS "FIXATION"
  529. Ignaz Philipp Semmelweis (1818-1865)
  530. vertebral crush fracture
  531. Workers' Compensation insurance provides benefits for
  532. total hip arthroplasty
  533. must
  534. metatarsals
  535. source-oriented medical record
    (SOMR) groups information according to its
    source;
  536. rule 9
  537. skeletal muscles
  538. implant
  539. acetabulum
  540. DATA STORAGE DEVICES INCLUDE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT
  541. impingement syndrome
  542. scheduling patient tests
  543. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING THERMOMETERS WOULD BE USED WHEN TAKING A TEMPERATURE VIA THE EAR CANAL
  544. spondylitis
  545. indexing
  546. cruciate ligaments
  547. The purpose of the Red Flags Rule is to...
  548. cultural brokering
  549. septicemia
  550. The notice sent to the patient showing the amount owed to the physician is called the
  551. clinical notes
  552. passive immunities
  553. The lining of the stomach has many folds called
  554. ALL OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS ABOUT TREATING CHILDREN ARE TRUE EXCEPT
  555. frontal bone
  556. rehabilitation
  557. interview techniques
  558. eustress
  559. antispasmodic
  560. sutures
  561. Maslow's first level
  562. Mandatory reporting is required in all of the following cases EXCEPT? Child abuse, unknown cause of death, alcohol abuse, or elder abuse?
  563. autoimmune disorders
  564. WHEN A PATIENT IS SUFFERING FROM INSULIN SHOCK ADMINISTER SUGAR / Call 911, particularly if the person is unconscious.
    Get sugar into the body immediately, as outlined above.
  565. George Papanicolaou (1883-1962)
  566. personal
  567. A PATIENT STATES THAT HE HAS HAD NO DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS. THIS STATEMENT SHOULD BE RECORDED IN WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING PARTS OF THE PATIENT'S MEDICAL RECORD
  568. IF THE PATIENT HAS A HISTORY OF RETURNED CHECKS FOR NON-SUFFICIENT FUNDS, THE MEDICAL ASSISTNAT MAY ACCEPT ALL OF THE FOLLOWING TYPES OF CHECKS EXCEPT
  569. Defense mechanisms
  570. neutrophil
  571. proximal epiphysis
  572. NCLEX-RN
  573. associative neurons
  574. CAAHEP
  575. osteopenia
  576. craniostenosis
  577. AN ASSIGNMENT OF BENEFITS SIGNATURE BY THE PATIENT GIVES THE INSURANCE COMPANY AUTHORIZATION TO DO WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING?
  578. John Hunter (1728-1793)
  579. pluralistic (pluralism)
  580. The cost to a physician for the services of a collection agency is usually
  581. rule 7
  582. FSH
  583. Screening
  584. tract
  585. another name for stored fat
  586. myoplasty
  587. lymphocytes are produced where?
  588. file
  589. Cardiology Specialty
  590. fidgeting
  591. Maslow's fifth level
  592. Malfeasance is one form of...
  593. hallux
  594. Ophthalmic Medical Technician or Technologist (OMT)
  595. elevation
  596. nerve
  597. What structure is at the neck of the male bladder and surrounds the urethra?
  598. EPITHELIAL TISSUE COVERS ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT CARTILAGE
  599. thrombocyte
  600. pus occurs
  601. flexion
  602. ganglion
  603. The kidneys are located behind the.....
  604. Impulses from the receptors for smell are carried to the brain by the
  605. hip socket
  606. yellow tubes are used for
  607. orthopedic surgeon specialty
  608. normocytic
  609. WORKERS' COMPENSATION IS A LAW THAT COVERS ALL OF THE FOLLOWING EXCEPT
  610. Informed consent requires that the...
  611. primary container
  612. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING CHECKS IS THE PATIENT'S PERSONAL CHECK
  613. ADA
  614. what is the usual cause of hemolysis
  615. hemorrhagic anemia
  616. telephone
  617. DYSMENORRHEA MEANS
  618. MAS
  619. epidural space
  620. homeopathy
  621. ilium
  622. ultrasonic bone density test
  623. what is the correct order of draw for evacuated tubes
  624. synovial fluid
  625. Denial
  626. THE International Classification of Diseases ICD-9-CM CODING BOOK WAS COMPILED BY
  627. An example of active immunity is
  628. Atomic Number
  629. IF A PROVIDER ACCEPTS ASSIGNMENT ON A MEDICARE CLAIM, THIS MEANS THAT
  630. The Patient's Bill of Rights includes the right to...
  631. high-context communication
  632. hernia
  633. 3 listening goals
  634. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
  635. stimulus
  636. alphanumeric display
  637. adhesion
  638. compression fracture
  639. staring
  640. lymphocyte value
  641. low-context communication
  642. erythropoietin
  643. A MEDICAL ASSISTANT SCHEDULED TO REMOVE STITCHES FROM A PATIENT'S ARM NOTICED THAT THE AREA WAS RED, SWOLLEN, AND PAINFUL UPON THE SLIGHTEST TOUCH.
  644. vertebral
  645. The wavelike movement that propels food through the digestive tract is called
  646. largest bone in the body
  647. neurophils and monocytes
  648. rotator cuff tendinitis
  649. RICE (rest, ice, compression, and elevation)
  650. fascioplasty
  651. 9 rules of filing patient charts
  652. collar bone
  653. hypertonia
  654. ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ARE TECHNIQUES FOR ACTIVE LISTENING EXCEPT
  655. cerebrospinal fluid
  656. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS THE UNIVERSAL SIGN THAT A PERSON IS CHOKING
  657. cellular telephones
  658. myelin sheath
  659. Hippocrates (c. 460-c. 377 B.C.)
  660. neurological surgical specialty
  661. Edwar Jenner (1749-1823)
  662. A PAPER MEDICAL RECORD SHOULD BE CORRECTED BY WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING METHODS
  663. 23
  664. referred pain
  665. A "non-duplication of benefits" is also called
  666. rotation
  667. white matter
  668. The regulation of body temperature is controlled by the
  669. what are you mentally mapping
  670. ostealgia
  671. identification labels
  672. improvise
  673. tourniquet
  674. What prohibits job discrimination for race, color, religion, sex, or national origin?
  675. incision into a muscle
  676. osteotomy
  677. sublimation
  678. ACCSCT
  679. levator anguli oris
  680. complete blood count
  681. osteomyelitis
  682. yellow bone marrow
  683. ankles
  684. found 3rd in order of draw for vacuum tube or last in syringe, the topper color is
  685. surgical ankylosis
  686. A goiter can
  687. crepitation
  688. THE MEDICAL ASSISTANT IS PERFORMING A VENIPUNCTURE AND HAS JUST FILLED THE LAST SPECIMEN TUBE. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SHOULD THE MEDICAL ASSISTANT DO BEFORE WITHDRAWING THE NEEDLE
  689. shin splint
  690. CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE
  691. moxibustion
  692. primary bone cancer
  693. meniscus
  694. degenerative joint disease
  695. percutaneous
  696. unit
  697. THE RMA CERIFICATION IS MAINTAINED BY
  1. a confidentiality
  2. b includes general medical assisting topics, medical terminology, clinical medical assisting, medical law and ethics, human relations, administrative medical assisting, pharmacology, therapeutic modalities, laboratory procedures, elecrocardiography, and first aid.
  3. c name the leukocytes that specialize in phagocytosis
  4. d another term for arthrodesis
  5. e alcohol not completely dry at site of puncture
  6. f battery of hematologic tests consisting of hemoglobin, hemacrit, total white blood cell and red blood cell counts, differential white blood cell count, and the erythrocyte indices
  7. g surgical removal of a portion of the skull
  8. h the sympathetic nervous system prepares the body for _______ ___ _______. second stage
  9. i PAY THE BENEFITS DIRECTLY TO THE PHYSICIAN
  10. j "bacterial battle field" is too large for body to absorb so what forms
  11. k describes a group of more than 30 genetic diseases that are characterized by progressive weakness and degeneration of the skeletal muscles that control movement, without affecting the nervous system
  12. l creates visual material designed to facilitate the recording and dissemination of medical, biological, and related knowledge through communication media
  13. m 36 MONTHS
  14. n congenital defect that occurs during early pregnancy when the spinal canal fails to close completely around the spinal cord
  15. o common name for lateral epicondylitis
  16. p endocrine
  17. q CITRUS FRUITS
  18. r Rx
  19. s naturally occurring substances that are produced by the brain to help relieve pain
  20. t the right to die
  21. u controls most functions on the left side of the body
  22. v _______ time focus is found in persons whose physical needs have been met and who can sacrifice immediate gratification to achieve perceived greater returns. They are time conscious and plan out their daily lives in considerable detail.
  23. w the verbal message and the nonverbal message must agree
  24. x (1) the sender (2) the message and a channel or mode of communication (3) the receiver, and (4) feedback
  25. y a lack of _____ _______ may also be viewed as avoidance or disinterest in being involved.
  26. z four-year academic degree conferred by colleges and universities.
  27. aa The primary provider of energy for a cell. Adenosine triphosphate.
  28. ab another term for afferent neurons
  29. ac SCHEDULE OF ALL PAST AND FUTURE MEETINGS
  30. ad how are the presence of lack of granules visualized
  31. ae provides patient services using medical ultrasond under the supervision of a provider
  32. af granulocytic white blood cell with dark purple cytoplasmic granules. It is the least common of the white blood cells
  33. ag is the mind's way of making unacceptable behavior or events acceptable by devising a rational reason. The purpose is to avoid embarrassment or guilt or to avoid obeying a directive.
  34. ah with anemia the person's erythrocytes will appear this color and red blood cells will show less ________ content
  35. ai stright alighment with the vertical axis of the body
  36. aj hematocrit
  37. ak CHILDREN SHOULD NOT BE TOLD THE TRUTH ABOUT A PROCEDURE TO BE DONE BECAUSE IT MAY FRIGHTEN THEM
  38. al RESPRIATION RATE
  39. am (1) complete (2) clear (3) concise (4) cohesive (5) courteous
  40. an femur
  41. ao procedure in which only part of the knee is replaced
  42. ap EMPATHY
  43. aq An atom that has acquired a charge through the gain or loss of one or more electrons.
  44. ar collect blood as efficiently as possible, show concern for patients and provide high quality care
  45. as attempt to conceal or repress true feelings or the message
  46. at wrinkling of the _____ sends similar messages that the eyebrows do.
  47. au follicle-stimulating hormone
  48. av larger weight-bearing bone in the anterior of the lower leg
  49. aw pituitary
  50. ax a short range portable device used for voice or data communication over a network of base stations known as cell sites. The cell sites are interconnected to the public switched telephone network
  51. ay decreasing the angle between two bones by bending a limb at a joint
  52. az AN EMPLOYEE WHO SUFFERS FROM LUNG DAMAGE BECAUSE OF PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL WHILE REMODELING HIS OR HER HOME
  53. ba STATING OPINIONS AND INTERJECTING QUESTIONS TO ENSURE CLEAR UNDERSTANDING OF THE MESSAGE
  54. bb afferent neurons
  55. bc TRIES TO SHOW THAT THE PLAINTIFF (PATIENT) IS PARTIALLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INJURY OR COMPLICATION
  56. bd narrow, bony passage under the carpal ligament that is located on-fourth of an inch below the inner surface of the wrist
  57. be fibrous tissue
  58. bf rule example: J. Larson or James R. Larson is filed in the following order: 1)Larson, J-; (2) Larson, James R.
  59. bg third
  60. bh replacement of a worn or failed implant
  61. bi this level is self-actualization. in this stage, we are at our peak, doing what truly fits us. it is an achievement of potential.
  62. bj The call will need to be _____ to someone with more expertise in a particular area.
  63. bk another term for efferent neurons
  64. bl part of the whole specimen that has been taken off for use or storage
  65. bm protecting against infecton caused by pathogenic microorganisms.
  66. bn Medical Administrative Specialist
  67. bo 12 TO 14
  68. bp type of leukocyte increase in tuberculosis
  69. bq breaking down or impairment of a body part (adj.)
  70. br battery
  71. bs opposite of elbow, in bend of arm
  72. bt most provider-patient relationships use the ____ ___ ____ communication arrangement.
  73. bu provides a variety of services including injury prevention, recognition, immediate care, treatment, and rehabilitation after athletic trauma
  74. bv _________ is and always will be the basis for any therapeutic relationship.
  75. bw CVA CVA, cerebrovascular accident is Damage to the brain from interruption of its blood supply.
  76. bx EXPRESSED CONSENT
  77. by is the subconscious transfer of
    unacceptable emotions, thoughts, or feelings from
    one's self to a more acceptable external substitute.
    A patient who is angry with the provider for
    some reason slams the door as he or she leaves the
    clinic.
  78. bz raising or lifting a body part
  79. ca condition of abnormal muscle tone that causes the impairment of voluntary muscle movement
  80. cb include documentation such as the medical heistory, the physical examination, and the follow up notes. they track the patient's course of treatment
  81. cc located in the medullary cavity and composed chiefly of fat cells, functions as a fat storage area
  82. cd an attempt to withdraw from an unpleasant circumstance by retreating to an earlier, more secure stage of life.
  83. ce the numeric term for the lumbar vertebrae
  84. cf American Medical Technologists Institute for Education
  85. cg pain in the head
  86. ch bones that attach posteriorly to the thoracic vertebrae
  87. ci narcolepsy
  88. cj debilitating and complex disorder of unknown cause characterized by profound fatigue that affects many body systems
  89. ck _____ time focus is found in persons who are less assured of being able to meet their physical needs. it is difficalt to plan for the future when basic items in the hierarchy of needs have not been met. punctuality usually is not important to these people.
  90. cl hematocrits, glycohemoglobins, hemoglobins and sedimentation rates
  91. cm True
  92. cn EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission)
  93. co Plastic Surgeon; repairs and reconstructs phyical defects; provides cosmetic enhancements
  94. cp a physician who specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases and disorders involving the bones, joints, and muscles
  95. cq hypothalamus
  96. cr painful condition caused by the muscle tearing away from the tibia
  97. cs involves sending and receiving messages even when not consciously aware of them.
  98. ct REPAIRING COMPUTER EQUIPMENT
  99. cu sebaceous glands
  100. cv EIGHT EIGHT-OUNCE GLASSES
  101. cw in ___ ____ systems, the staff still files according to pairs of digits, but the pairs of digits are in different position. the middle pair of digits is primary, the pair of digits to the left is secondary, and the pair of digits on the right is third.
  102. cx large projection on the upper end of the ulna that tingles when struck
  103. cy A 10-MONTH-OLD INFANT
  104. cz losing iron because of a bleeding problem
  105. da another name for white blood cells
  106. db ___ information about patients is to be discussed outside of the office, with family or friends, or with other patients.
  107. dc skll and ease in using the hands
  108. dd Commission on Accreditaton for Allied Health Education Pograms; accredits at the program level; specifically accredit medical assistants
  109. de registration.
  110. df MEDIGAP POLICIES
  111. dg container that directly contains the specimen
  112. dh hormone that causes production of new red blood cells
  113. di 120 DAYS
  114. dj incision through the periosteum to the bone
  115. dk Facilities use this method
    because it makes different types of information
    quickly accessible
  116. dl herniation (protrusion) of muscle substance through a tear in the fascia surrounding it
  117. dm aorta
  118. dn loss of sensation or voluntary muscle movements through disease or injury to its nerve supply
  119. do forms part of the base of the skull and parts of the floor and sides of the orbit
  120. dp thick, tough, outermost membrane of the meninges
  121. dq 90%
  122. dr major muscle of the calf of the leg
  123. ds ANESTHETICS
  124. dt greenstick; closed
  125. du make a fist
  126. dv condition of excessive tone of the skeletal muscles
  127. dw THE PATIENT REQUESTED TO SEE THE PHYSICIAN AND WAS RELUCTANT TO LET THE MEDICAL ASSISTANT REMOVE THE SUTURES. THE ATTRIBUTE IMPORTANT IN DEALING WITH THIS SITUATION IS FLEXIBILITY
  128. dx United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund
  129. dy performed first person-to-person kidney transplant in 1954
  130. dz (1)the names of individuals are assigned indexing units, (2)names that include a single letter are indexed as the legal name and are placed before full names beginning with the same letter "nothing comes before something"(3)foreign language prefixes are indexed as oe unit with the unit that follows. spacing, punctuation, and capitalization are ignored (4)when titles are used, theyy are considered as separate indexing units if the tilet appears with first and last names, the title is considered to be the last indexing unit(5)names that are hyphenated are considered as one unit (6)when indexing names of married women the name is indexed by the legal name (7)seniority and professional or academic degrees are the last indexing unit and are used only to distinguish identical names (8)Mac and Mc are filed in their regular place alphabetically (9)numeric units are broken down such that numberic seniority terms are filed before alphabetic terms
  131. ea a type of patient chart record keeping that includes separate sections for different sources of patient information, such as laboratory reports, pathology reports, and progress notes.
  132. eb wrist, 4
  133. ec flows within the synovial cavity and acts as a lubricant to make smooth movement possible
  134. ed weakness or wearing away of body tissues and structures
  135. ee surgical suturing together of the divided ends of a tendon
  136. ef formed from the fusion of the ilium, ischium and pubis
  137. eg BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD
  138. eh rule example: Gerald Steven St. Simon is filed as: Stsimon, Gerald Steven
  139. ei another term for electroneuromyography
  140. ej paralysis of both legs and the lower part of the body
  141. ek uses images or symbols to train themind t creae a definitive physiological or psychological effect; relieves stress and anxiety an reduces pain.
  142. el pain in a bone
  143. em DRAW A SINGLE LINE THROUGH THE ERROR WITH RED INK, WRITE "CORR", WRITE THE CORRECTION, INITIAL, AND DATE
  144. en Neurosurgeon; treats condition of the nervous systems, often through surgery
  145. eo methods of encouraging the best communication between themselves and the patient.
  146. ep surgical fusion of two bones to stiffen a joint
  147. eq sterilization.
  148. er portion of the nerve fibers that are myelinated
  149. es put the patient at ease
  150. et A substance with a pH greater than 7.0. It is referred to as a hydrogen ion acceptor or a proton acceptor. Bases contain higher concentration of hydroxyl ions (OH-), whereas acids contain higher concentrations of hydrogen ions (H+).
  151. eu most VoIP services od not work during power outages, emergency services through 911 may not be available, * directory assistance/ white page listings may not be available.
  152. ev PEXY
  153. ew this common gesture possibly means: nervousness
  154. ex connect one bone to another
  155. ey ___ calls should not be permitted in the medical office because the busy lines are intended for business.
  156. ez a _______ message is one that does not include any unnecessary information. It should be brief and to the point.
  157. fa a
    simple process of asking the caller's name and the
    reason for the call.
  158. fb characterized by throbbing pain on one side of the head; can be preceded by a warning aura
  159. fc myelin
  160. fd technique to immobilize part of the spine by jointing together two or more vertebrae
  161. fe third layer of the meninges; located nearest to the brain and spinal cord
  162. ff individual affected with hemiplegia
  163. fg part of the autonomic nervous system that returns the body to its normal state after stress has subsided
  164. fh blood buffer, maintains the proper balance of pH
  165. fi SUPINE
  166. fj certified medical administrative specialist
  167. fk sending a "bcc," or blind copy, also protects the privacy of your email because it ___ ___ show to whom else the message was sent
  168. fl Americans with Disabilities Act
  169. fm a strain or tear on any of the three hamstring muscles
  170. fn protrusion of a part or structure through the tissues normally containing it
  171. fo grating sound heard when the ends of a broken bone move together
  172. fp Donald A. Balassa, JD, MBS, Executive Director and Legal Counsel for the ____ states: "Procedures which constitute the practice of medicine, or which state law specifically delegates to licensed professionals to perform, may not be delegated to unlicensed professionals such as medical assistants."
  173. fq form the part of the foot to which the toes are attached
  174. fr National Council Licensure Examination
  175. fs Orthopedist; examines, diagoses, and treats diseases and injuries of the musculoskeletal system
  176. ft measurement of how far the red cells in a sample of blood decrease in one hour
  177. fu the _____ of cultural brokering is to increase the capacity of health care and mental health programs to design, implement, and evaluate culturally and linguistically competent service delivery systems.
  178. fv clavicle
  179. fw include records that need to be readily accessible for retrieval of information
  180. fx lowering a body part
  181. fy structure that encircles the body
  182. fz are defined as behavior
    that is used to protect the ego from guilt, anxiety,
    or loss of esteem.
  183. ga RED MEAT
  184. gb the needs in _____ ____ _____ include physiologic or survival needs. these needs include food, water, and air to breathe----homeostasis for the body.
  185. gc abdominal aorta
  186. gd one or more bundles of neurons that connect the brain and the spinal cord with other parts of the body
  187. ge the address that defines the route to file on the Web or any other Internet facility
  188. gf is the mind's way of making
    unacceptable behavior or events acceptable by
    devising a rational reason. The purpose of rationalization
    is to avoid embarrassment or guilt or to avoid
    obeying a directive
  189. gg words, phrases, or terminology specific to a profession
  190. gh common term for lordosis
  191. gi used to determine losses or changes in bone density
  192. gj process of becoming worse
  193. gk the body needs blood to clot to stop
  194. gl hippocratic oath, which established guidelines for a physician's practice of medicine
  195. gm actions designed to make amends or to cancel out inappropriate behavior
  196. gn psoriasis
  197. go lymphocytopenia
  198. gp Skeletal muscles allow movement by being attached to bones in the body. Skeletal muscles control voluntary movements .....
    The MYOCARDIUM is the name of heart muscle. Cardiac Muscles work involuntarily to pump blood.
  199. gq Alcohol abuse
  200. gr a degenerative joint disease characterized by the wearing away of the articular cartilage
  201. gs transitional stage providing opportunity to apply theory learned in the classroom to a health care setting through practical, hands-on experience.
  202. gt sensation perceived by the patient that precedes a migraine
  203. gu symtom of fatigue in anemia is caused by a lack of
  204. gv it only takes a moment to acknowledge a patient with a smile or by name.
  205. gw uses few environmental idioms to convey an idea. it relies on explicit and highly detailed language. it is direct and in your face. often thought of as being rude or arrogant.
  206. gx you _____ document all medical treatment. ask yourself "does this relate to the patient's care, and should it be in the chart?"
  207. gy common term for coccyx
  208. gz muscle that moves a part away from the midline
  209. ha revolutionized surgery because of his belief in Pasteur's theory of using carbolic acid as an antiseptic spray; he insisted that all instruments and physicians' hands be washed with the solution
  210. hb A relatively weak attraction formed when one or more electrons are transferred from one atom to another. It is easily disrupted in water.
  211. hc started the American Red Cross in 1881
  212. hd puberty
  213. he GIVE THE PATIENT THE EXTENSION NUMBER TO WHICH HE OR SHE IS BEING TRANSFERRED IN CASE THE PHONE GETS DISCONNECTED
  214. hf guard for medical identity theft
  215. hg bone marrow and lymph nodes
  216. hh formation of blood cells
  217. hi inner surface of the vertebral column
  218. hj pain in a tendon
  219. hk in ______ communications, personality and attitudes are conveyed only through the tone in which words are spoken and the words themselves.
  220. hl HEMATEMESIS
  221. hm Accrediting Commision of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology; accredits at the institutional level
  222. hn transmits nerve signals to, and from, the central nervous system; includes 12 pairs of cranial nerves and 31 pairs of peripheral spinal nerves
  223. ho protect health care workers from liability when rendering emergency care
  224. hp CERTIFIED CHECK
  225. hq surgical sutureing, or wiring together, of bones
  226. hr peritoneum
  227. hs date and time of collection and their initials
  228. ht aneurysm
  229. hu surgical repair of the skull
  230. hv notation in a file to direct the reader to a specific record that may be filed under more than one name/subject (e.g., married name/maiden name or foreign names) where the surname is not easily recognizable
  231. hw congenital heart disease
  232. hx peristalsis
  233. hy the _____ with ARU systems is that the recorded voice may be difficult to hear, especially for older adult or hearing impaired patients.
  234. hz are common in the ambulatory care settings as they are used to send reports, referrals, insurance approvals, and informal correspondence.
  235. ia if the message is ___ ____ starting with "URGENT" is appropriate
  236. ib A negatively charged atom.
  237. ic it introduces an element of empathy into what can be a traumatic experience for the patient, and uses specific and well-defined professional skills.
  238. id fracture at the lower end of the radius when a person tries to stop a fall by landing on the hand
  239. ie congenital herniation of brain tissue through a gap in the skull
  240. if hydrotherapy uses the buoyancy, warmth, and effects of water and its turbulence to speed recovery after surgery and to reduce pain and stress, spasm and discomfort. It is especially beneficial for work-or sports-rrelated injuries and arthritis.
  241. ig most common first aid treatment of muscular injuries
  242. ih REVIEW OF SYSTEMS
  243. ii as efficiently as possible
  244. ij having a myelin sheath
  245. ik Dermatologist; evaluates disorders/diseases of skin, hair, nails, and related tissues
  246. il ____ is dehumanizing and is often interpreted as an invasion of privacy.
  247. im a form of nuclear medicine used in diagnostic procedures of the skeletal system
  248. in ___ numbered dividers ith guides. consecutive numeric guides (5, 10, etc; 50, 100, etc) separate the individual file folders into smaller groups of files.
  249. io mentally map and remove tourniquet
  250. ip A FISCAL INTERMEDIARY A fiscal intermediary is a private company contracted by Medicare to pay bills - such as hospital expenses - for Medicare Part A and Part B.
  251. iq advocate of health rules in hebrew religion
  252. ir location of intended puncture
  253. is .vitiamin A
  254. it heel stick
  255. iu invented the stethoscope
  256. iv a subpoena
  257. iw Assists ophthalmologists to perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures
  258. ix pertaining to body parts that are away from the center of the body
  259. iy usually do no make us sick but do not last longer then six months
  260. iz movement of a limb toward the midline of the body
  261. ja ___ indexing methods include date of birth or Social Security number.
  262. jb a percentage of each amount collected
  263. jc insurance write-offs
  264. jd retain it with canceled checks, in numeric order
  265. je attached to the bones of the skeleton and make body motions possible
  266. jf diagnostic procedure for testing and recording neuromuscular activity by the electric stimulation of the nerve trunk that carries fibers to and from the muscle
  267. jg once you have the paperwork sorted, it is time to ___ them. make sure the papers are placed in the proper charts and the charts returned to their proper place in the medical records section.
  268. jh released by basophils and endothelial cells so the body does not form blood clots inside the blood vessels
  269. ji Hgb carries about how much of oxygen to the body
  270. jj to make, invent, or arrange in an unplanned or spontaneous manner.
  271. jk the real-time transmission of voice signals over the Internet or Internet Protocol (IP) network
  272. jl A molecule composed of two or more different elements, such as Carbon dioxide (CO2).
  273. jm volume computed tomography; this system can perform a whole-body trauma scan in less than 10 seconds
  274. jn are factors with a strong influence on communication
  275. jo deeper location
  276. jp surgical repair of a tendon
  277. jq a fracture treatment procedure in which a plate or pins are placed directly into the bone to hold the broken pieces in place; the fixation is not usually removed after the fracture has healed
  278. jr common term for triceps bracii
  279. js the portion of the skull that encloses the brain
  280. jt CDC CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION
  281. ju ___, the way the body is carried, also affects the voice.
  282. jv rugae
  283. jw in a crosswise direction
  284. jx muscle weakness
  285. jy another term for osteoarthritis
  286. jz slander
  287. ka PHLEBITIS
  288. kb name the agranulocytes
  289. kc a broken bone
  290. kd released by the liver so the body does not form blood clots inside the blood vessel
  291. ke calcium deposit in the plantar fascia near its attachment to the calcaneus bone
  292. kf used to perform arthroscopy
  293. kg polyanethoiesulfonate
  294. kh occurs when the tendons that pass thorugh the carpal tunnel are chronically overused and become inflamed and swollen
  295. ki identifies each part of a name
  296. kj small intestine
  297. kk ___ ___ filing places charts in exact chronological order according to assigned number. for example, records numbered 45023, 45024, and 45025 will be in consecutve order on a shelf.
  298. kl _____ _____ _____ can involve a great deal of coordination. Often appointment times need to be arranged among providers, the patient, an the facility whre a test may be conducted.
  299. km organization of providers who network together to offer discounts to purchasers of health care insurance.
  300. kn is refusal to accept painful information
    that is readily apparent to others.
  301. ko use of a syringe to withdraw the liquid bone marrow
  302. kp the anklebone that articulates with the tibia and fibula
  303. kq thrombin chemical converts what blood protein into what
  304. kr removal of tissue or part or all of an organ by surgery
  305. ks takes place in community and junior colleges, as well as in proprietary schools.
  306. kt THE INSURANCE PAYMENT WILL BE SENT TO THE MEDICAL OFFICE
  307. ku another term for gouty arthritis
  308. kv LEGAL ASSISTANCE TO EMPLOYERS BEING SUED
  309. kw pertaining to the relationship between nerve and muscle
  310. kx big toe
  311. ky come together
  312. kz bundle or group of nerve fibers located within the brain or spinal cord
  313. la The hypothalamus is a section of the brain responsible for the production of many of the body's essential hormones
  314. lb (1) to improve listening skills sufficiently so that patients are heard accurately (2) to listen either for what is not being said or for information transmitted only by hints (3) to determine how accurately the message has been received.
  315. lc to become smaller in diameter
  316. ld procedure used to treat a herniated intervertebral disk that sucks out or vaporizes the disk
  317. le examples of ____ _____ _____ are: other providers, STAT reports, provider's family
  318. lf the parasympathetic nervous system is activated, and the body will then ____ ____ ______. fourth stage
  319. lg EARNING 45 CEUs WITHIN THREE YEARS OR 15 CEUs PER YEAR
  320. lh not life-threatening and does not recur
  321. li another term for somatic nerve fibers
  322. lj end of the bone located farthest away from the midline
  323. lk blood coming from the lungs and to the cells
  324. ll bone disease characterized by the excessive breakdown of bone tissue, followed by abnormal bone formation
  325. lm chemical in a blood tube that prevent the clotting of the blood by removing the calcium from the blood or by stopping the formation of thrombin
  326. ln temperament, character, personality.
  327. lo white blood cell with a dense nonsegmented nucleus and lacking granules in the cytoplasm
  328. lp physician who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of arthritis and disorders characterized by inflammation in the joints and connective tissues
  329. lq carry instructions to the organs and glands and from the autonomic nervous system
  330. lr ancient Chinese method of treatment that uses a powdered plant substance on the skin to raise a blister.
  331. ls SCHEDULE I
  332. lt inflammation of the bone marrow and adjeacent bone
  333. lu plasma separator tubes
  334. lv Develped smallpox vaccine
  335. lw _____ is attributing unacceptable desires, impulses, and thoughts falsely to others to avoid acknowledging they are actually the person's own experiences.
  336. lx anything that excites a nerve and causes an impulse
  337. ly occurs when inflamed and swollen tendons are caught in the narrow space between the bones within the shoulder joint
  338. lz amount of pressure inside the skull
  339. ma study of blood and the blood-forming tissues
  340. mb characterized by pain on the palm-side of the forearm
  341. mc Epithelial tissue-covers surfaces, lines cavities,
    forms glands.
  342. md common term for clavicle
  343. me ____ have many demands on their time: surgeries, hospitl rounds, patient appointments, documentation, and consultations with other providers to name a few.
  344. mf RBC of normal size
  345. mg network of intersecting spinal nerves
  346. mh physician who specializes in diagnosing and treating diseases and disorders of the nervous system
  347. mi degeneration of muscle tissue
  348. mj IT MAY BE CHANGED ONLY ONCE A YEAR
  349. mk muscle that straightens a limb at a joint
  350. ml thrombocytes are involved in the clotting of blood called
  351. mm is adhered either along the top of the file folder (top tab) in vertical file cabinets or along the side of the file folder (side tab) in lateral file cabinets.
  352. mn World Health Organization W.H.O
  353. mo obsolete term for arthritis to describe any painful disorder of the joints
  354. mp neuromuscular disorder characterized by the slow relaxation of muscles after a voluntary contraction
  355. mq 72
  356. mr CLUTCHING THE NECK
  357. ms surgical placement of an artificial joint
  358. mt ___ ____ consultation permits providers at remote locations to practice telemedicine and avail themselves of the services of a specialist at a large medical center, university, or teaching hospital.
  359. mu occupational injuries
  360. mv the body's response to mental and physical change
  361. mw Cardiologist; evaluates ad treats medical conditions of the heart
  362. mx information provided is enough for the patient to make an educated decision.
  363. my EDTA
  364. mz LUNGS
  365. na diagnostic test that may be necessary after abnormal types or numbers of red or white blood cells are found in a complete blood count test
  366. nb The primary goal of the law is to make it easier for people to keep health insurance, protect the confidentiality and security of healthcare information and help the healthcare industry control administrative costs.
  367. nc to make an action or process easier
  368. nd respect the values of diverse cultures and health care systems and are knowledgeable of both. they are able to overcome any existing language barriers, so that everyone understands each other clearly.
  369. ne implied
  370. nf If at all possible, the menu system should only be ____ level deep, meaning the selection should not lead to another menu.
  371. ng ac, forearm, back of hand, wrist, and then with Dr. permission foot
  372. nh clear, colorless, and watery fluid that flows throughout the brain and around the spinal cord
  373. ni another term for total knee replacement
  374. nj surgical incision or sectioning of a bone
  375. nk unbound to oxygen hemoglobin
  376. nl consider asking for or taking medication samples without pemission; feel entitled to any special treatment; anticipate free treatment for self, family, or friends; expect to be paid (this is part of the requirements of the accrediting body)
  377. nm coordination of benefits
  378. nn another term for compression fracture
  379. no physician's office laboratory
  380. np inflammatory condition of one or more joints
  381. nq A 17-YEAR-OLD MARRIED FEMALE
  382. nr located at the back of the upper leg consisting of three separate muscles
  383. ns general adaptation syndrome
  384. nt The Hungarian physician and obstetrician was able to prove that physicians who came from an autopsy directly to the care of postpartum women, without scrubbing their hands and washing instruments, carried infection with them
  385. nu (1) denial is often the first stage of an emotional response after a traumatic event. (2) the second stage is anger toward the event, the medical staff, God, or others. (3) the third stage is frequently depression, and (4) eventually a person reaches the final stage of acceptance.
  386. nv it displays the message on a digital screen on the pager.
  387. nw AUDIOMETER
  388. nx 1)curre the spirit 2)nourish the body 3)give medications 4)treat the whole body 5)use acupuncture and moxibustion
  389. ny society where there are several distinct ethnic, religious, or cultural groups that coexist with one another.
  390. nz a United States-based nonprofit tax-exempt 501 organization that accredits more than 20,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States
  391. oa assist glucose into the cells
  392. ob toward
  393. oc receives and processes information and regulates all bodily activity; includes the brain and spinal cord
  394. od epiglottis
  395. oe STRUCTURES OF THE BODY
  396. of patients feel _______ and validated when called by their full name.
  397. og diseases in which the immune system produces antibodies against its own tissues
  398. oh type of managed care operation that is typically set up as a for-profit corporation with salaried employees. HMOs "with walls" offer a range of medical services under one roof; HMOs "without walls" typicaly contract with providers in te community to provide patient servies for an agreed-upon fee
  399. oi ABSORPTION
  400. oj yellow, light blue, red/tiger, green, lavender and gray
  401. ok PAIN DURING MENSTRUATION / PERIODS
  402. ol nerve center made up of a cluster of nerve cell bodies outside the central nervous system
  403. om expendable words used while answering the telephone; may consist of introductory words, phrases, or statements such as "Good morning"
  404. on requires sorting through records and removing those not in active use.
  405. oo producing antibodies as a result of having a disease
  406. op relies on body language, reference to environmental objects, and culturally relevant phraseology to communicate an idea. is indirect and seems to take forever to reach a conclusion. often thought of as mentally slow or uneducated
  407. oq risk management
  408. or a wave of excitation transmitted through nerve fibers and neurons
  409. os bright red
  410. ot Allergist and Immunologist; evaluates diseases/disorders of the immune system and problems related to asthma and allergy
  411. ou The number used to indicate the exact strength of an acid or base.
  412. ov tested with a reflex hammer that is used to strike a tendon
  413. ow raises the corner of the mouth in a smile
  414. ox tonsillitis
  415. oy muscle of the posterior upper arm that extends the elbow and is formed from three divisions
  416. oz a certified medical assistant who has successfuly completed the AAMA's national certification examination.
  417. pa THE INSURANCE CLAIM WILL BE REJECTED
  418. pb screening test for osteoporosis or other conditions that cause a loss of bone mass which uses sound waves to take measurements of the calcenaeous bone
  419. pc common term for cephalagia
  420. pd VOUCHER CHECK
  421. pe speaking clearly; articulating
  422. pf ascending aorta
  423. pg selecting the name, subject, or number under which to file a record and determining the order in which the units should be considered.
  424. ph protective covering made up of glial cells
  425. pi relies on body language,
    reference to environmental objects, and culturally
    relevant phraseology to communicate an idea
  426. pj relatively rare malignant tumor that originates in a bone
  427. pk visceral layer
  428. pl pertaining to night
  429. pm DAILY
  430. pn short hand for blind copy
  431. po forms the base for the nasal septum
  432. pp medical power of attorney.
  433. pq normally occurring deep groove
  434. pr blood within a joint
  435. ps why do WBCs leave blood vessels and where do they go
  436. pt ...
  437. pu MAMMORGRAPHY
  438. pv inflammation of bone
  439. pw S Subjective impressions
    O Objective clinical evidence
    A Assessment or diagnosis
    P Plans for further studies, treatment, or management
    E Education for patient
    R Response of patient to education and care given
  440. px ID, EGO, SUPEREGO
  441. py eyes
  442. pz surgical repair of fascia
  443. qa hematology
  444. qb occurs when the bone is pressed together on itself
  445. qc red
  446. qd rule example: Edward Lee Kletka, IV is filed before Edward Lee Kletka, Jr.; George Lee Curtis, II is filed before George Lee Curtis, Sr.
  447. qe select site, gather equipment, cleanse site, perform capillary puncture, wipe away the first drop of blood, collect the following drops of blood for specimen
  448. qf the act of bridging, linking, or mediating between groups or persons through the process of reducing conflict or producing change
  449. qg butterfly collection system
  450. qh blood test
  451. qi curved fibrous cartilage found in some joints
  452. qj another term for fibrous joints
  453. qk the plug at a wound will shrink and dry up and eventually become a
  454. ql American Medical Technologists; founded in 1939; is a national certification
  455. qm a narrow band of nonelastic, dense, fibrous connective tissue that attaches a muscle to a bone
  456. qn yellow
  457. qo malpractice.
  458. qp broad blade-shaped bone that forms the back and sides of the pubic bone
  459. qq myoclonus of the diaphragm that causes the characteristic hiccup sound with each spasm
  460. qr in addition to
  461. qs type of leukocyte increase with mononucleosis, lymphocytic leukemia
  462. qt another term for tenectomy
  463. qu encephalopathy
  464. qv prostate-specific antigen
  465. qw performed through the skin
  466. qx performs all routine tests in a medical labortory and is able to discriminate and recognize factors that directly affect procedures and results. Works under direction of pathologist, provider medical technologist, or scientist
  467. qy method of treating disease with remedies that produce effects different from those caused by the disease itself. Most traditional practitioners tday are cnidered allopathic practitioners
  468. qz death of bone tissue due to insufficient blood supply
  469. ra redirecting a socially unacceptable impulse into one that is socially acceptable
  470. rb When answering incoming calls, the name of the ____ should be clearly identified, as well as the name of the person with whom the caller is speaking.
  471. rc pertaining to the thoracic cavity
  472. rd use of x-radiation to visualize bone fractures and other abnormalities
  473. re yellow marrow
  474. rf learning to use _____ involves the ability to sense another's attitudes, moods, and feelings.
  475. rg smell
  476. rh pulling force exerted on a limb in a distal direction in an effort to return the bone or joint to normal alignment
  477. ri many hospitals and larger ambulatory care settings have _____ telephone systems to manage heavy telephone traffic.
  478. rj permits patient information, notes, patient requests, and schedules to be inserted into the electronic chart with just the click of the mouse or a few keystrokes
  479. rk Most offices call the next day's patients to confirm appointments near the _____ of each day.
  480. rl surgical loosening of an ankylosed joint
  481. rm Urologist; treats diseases/disorders of the urinary tract
  482. rn obtain the caller's full name and correct spelling, and ask if this is an emergency call. Ask for the caller's telephone number, street address, and date of birth
  483. ro these open shelf file cabinets make quick retrieval of files possible. the records are retrieved by pulling them out laterally from the shelf. these cabinets are the most popular manual patient record system.
  484. rp creates enthusiasm and interest in achievement
  485. rq the tightening of a muscle
  486. rr increasing the angle between two bones or the straightening of a limb
  487. rs end of the bone located nearest the midline
  488. rt rule example: Jaime Renae Carrera is filed as; Carrera, Jaime Renae
  489. ru the most common type of granulocytic white blood cell
  490. rv bone marrow that is producing cells is known as __________________
  491. rw ADA (American's with Disabilities Act)
  492. rx the tone of voice communicates _____% of the message
  493. ry olfactory nerve
  494. rz the blunting member in a bio-plexus puncture-guard needle
  495. sa TUNING FORK for The Weber test The test is named after Ernst Heinrich Weber
  496. sb how is WBC count given an estimated measurement
  497. sc emphysema
  498. sd very similar to, but less sever than, Duchenne muscular dystrophy
  499. se RAW VEGETABLES
  500. sf another term for tenodynia
  501. sg allow easy access to large record systems and require less space than vertical or lateral files. my be elecrrically powered to move on floor tracks or may be physically moved with an easy to turn handle mechanism.
  502. sh ADMITTING TO AN ERROR MADE
  503. si IDEALLY BY THE FIRST RING AND DEFINITELY BY THE THIRD RING
  504. sj injury to the body of a muscle or to the attachment of a tendon
  505. sk invasion of pathogenic bacteria into the bloodstream
  506. sl methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus; a new type of bacteria that is especially dangerous to individuals with weakened immune systems; can come from medical facilities or be community based.
  507. sm joint replacement prosthesis
  508. sn inflammation of the tissues surrounding the elbow
  509. so _______ communication is the language we learn first, and feelings and emotions are communcated most often this way.
  510. sp 17-year-old who is in the Navy.
  511. sq make possible the movements of the knee
  512. sr stiff neck due to spasmodic contraction of the neck muscles that pull the head toward the affected side
  513. ss Production of bile, Store and release glucose as needed break down fats in the small intestine during digestion. Production of certain proteins for blood plasma. detoxify harmful substances, such as alcohol and certain drugs
  514. st MYO TOMY
  515. su distortion or impairment of voluntary movement such as a tic or spasm
  516. sv anaerobic
  517. sw GERD
  518. sx the fourteen bones of the fingers
  519. sy made anatomical preparations from which he produced drawings representing the skeletal, muscular, nervous, and vascular systems. His accurate sketch of the spinal vertebrae went undiscovered for more than 100 years
  520. sz neurotransmitter released at synaptic nerve endings, responds to hypotension and physical stress
  521. ta receive external stimuli and transmit this information to the brain to be interpreted
  522. tb a healing modality that uses diluted doses of certain substances to create an "energy imprint" in the body to bring about a cure.
  523. tc nephron
  524. td inflammation of the tendons of the rotator cuff; often named for the cause
  525. te possitive feelings; good
  526. tf CPU
  527. tg pulmonary artery
  528. th stiffness of the joints, especially in the elderly
  529. ti how do erythrocytes differ from WBC
  530. tj forms part of the posterior portion of the nose, the orbit , and the floor of the cranium
  531. tk THE FIVE-DIGIT CPT CODE MATCHES THE APPROPRIATE DIAGNOSIS
  532. tl consist of records that need to be retained for possible retrieval of information. files not currently being accessed for information . (generally 2-3 years of files not being accessed)
  533. tm form the sides and base of the cranium
  534. tn slant toward a particular belief
  535. to thinner than average bone density in a young person
  536. tp pertaining to the cerebraum or to the brain
  537. tq INDICATES, USUALLY BY THE PHYSICIAN'S INITIALS OR SIGNATURE, THAT THE ITEM HAS BEEN SEEN AND READ BY THE PHYSICIAN AND IS READY TO FILE
  538. tr contain just one letter, number, or unit: A, B, C, D
  539. ts urethra
  540. tt breach of confidentiality
  541. tu thin scroll-like bones that form part of the interior of the nose
  542. tv achieve some form of prgress or success.
  543. tw restoration, following disease, illness, or injury, of the ability to function in a normal or near-normal manner
  544. tx CHIEF COMPLAINT
  545. ty when the patient is seated with the arms and legs crossed, the message of _____ or being opinionated may be relayed.
  546. tz jerking of the limbs that can occur normally as a person is falling asleep
  547. ua CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT
  548. ub device used to facilitate vein prominence
  549. uc band of fibrous tissue that holds structures together abnormally
  550. ud common term for hallux valgus
  551. ue protection from light
  552. uf rubella
  553. ug malformation of the skull due to the premature closure of the cranial sutures
  554. uh superior vena cava
  555. ui circular movement around an axis
  556. uj Keratin
  557. uk layer of white blood cells and platelets that forms at the interface between the plasma and red blood cells in a tube of blood containing an anticoagulant
  558. ul another term for dislocation
  559. um Accrediting Council for Indpendent Colleges and Schools
  560. un these specialized phones look just like normal telephones. they have an RJ-45 Ethernet connector in place of the standard RJ-11 telephone connectors. it connects directly to the cable router with all the hardware and software included.
  561. uo connects the left and right cerebral hemispheres
  562. up too much ____ between the two parties may be interpreted as avoidance or exclusivity.
  563. uq opinion or judgment that is formed before all the facts are known. is a preconceived and unfavorable concept.
  564. ur another term for crepitation
  565. us a type of civil law.
  566. ut experts tell us that ____% of communication is nonverbal
  567. uu able to write or speak easily or flowing smoothly
  568. uv these help keep file folders from slipping down underneath othe file folders and getting misplaced or lost
  569. uw prostate
  570. ux another term for total hip replacement
  571. uy A substance with a pH less than 7.0 that ionizes in water to release hydrogen ions. B/c a hydrogen ion consists of a proton, an acid is referred to as a hydrogen ion donor or a protein donor.
  572. uz inflammation of the vertebrae
  573. va name the two basic groups of leukocytes
  574. vb blood culture
  575. vc most ordered lab test on blood in the ambulatory care setting
  576. vd in the medical setting are: 1) patient confidentiality 2) right to privacy
  577. ve common term for talipes
  578. vf HIGH-DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN (HDL)
  579. vg small crack in the bone that often develops from chronic impact
  580. vh rupturing of the red blood cells during the process of blood collection. The serum on plasma becomes contaminates and has a reddish color
  581. vi ARNOLD J. SMITH-JONES: SMITHJONES ARNOLD J.
  582. vj granulocytic white blood cell with red eosin-stained granules inthe cytoplasm. it is elevated in cases of allergies
  583. vk book describing drugs and their preparation or a collection or stock of drugs
  584. vl a patient who is frightened, ashamed, guilty, or threatened often will resort to _____ mechanisms as a means of avoiding injury to the ego.
  585. vm thrombocytes are actually fragments of
  586. vn solo-provider's office, the group practice, the urgent care center, and the health maintenance organization.
  587. vo to accelerate specimen processing
  588. vp another term for osteochondroma
  589. vq The number of protons in the nucleus of the atom. The hydrogen atom, for example, has one proton and its atomic number is 1. Carbon has six protons and its atomic number is 6.
  590. vr surgical repair of a muscle
  591. vs RELEASE THE TOURNIQUET
  592. vt pertaining to the vertebrae
  593. vu controls the involuntary actions of the body
  594. vv wrist or wrist bones
  595. vw activities like bathing, grooming, brushing teeth, eating and dressing
  596. vx muscles that flex and extend the leg at the knee
  597. vy Founder of scientific surgery
  598. vz any health care setting or delivery system that is designed to reduce the cost of care while still providing access to care.
  599. wa consists of activities to promote recovery, rehabilitation, and performance of activities of daily living
  600. wb a poliomyelitis that affected nerve cells in the medulla oblongata or the lowest portion of the brainstem responsible for regulating heart rate, breathing, and blood pressure, were placed in iron lungs.
  601. wc takes place after the receiver has decoded the message sent by the sender. It is the receiver's way of ensuring that the message was sent, and also provides an opportunity for the receiver to clarify any misunderstanding regarding the original message and to ask for additional information.
  602. wd when the patient is sitting in a chair relaxed with the hands clasped behind the head indicates an attitude of being ____ to suggestions.
  603. we common terms for kyphosis
  604. wf Thoracic Surgeon; performs surgery on the respiratory system, chest, heart, and cardiovascular system
  605. wg neurotransmitter released in the brain; has roles in sleep, hunger, and pleasure recognition; sometimes linked to mood disorders
  606. wh ischium
  607. wi respecting the confidentiality of all patient information is a _____ __ ____ obligation
  608. wj rule example: Dr. Marlene Elaine Smith is filed as:
    Smith, Marlene Elaine Dr.
  609. wk place of union between two or more bones
  610. wl second most common tests performed in the physician's office
  611. wm surgical resection of a portion of a tendon or tendon sheath
  612. wn itemized statement
  613. wo altered in volume as well as tone or pitch
  614. wp Developing A CUrriculuM Analysis
  615. wq common term for acetabulum
  616. wr large circular cavity in each side of the pelvis that articulates with the head of the femur
  617. ws myotomy
  618. wt TYMPANIC
  619. wu pertaining to the femur
  620. wv rule example: James Edward Brown, Jr. and James Edward Brown, Sr. is filed in the following order:
    1)Brown, James Edward Jr, 2)Brown, James Eward Sr.
  621. ww Registered Dietitian
  622. wx distal to the sternum
  623. wy (platelet) cellular fragment of megataryocyte; plays and important role in blood coagulation, hemostasis and clot formation
  624. wz the volume of RBC's to that of the whole-blood specimen
  625. xa STETHOSCOPE
  626. xb service charge
  627. xc another name for red blood cells
  628. xd controls eyesight
  629. xe MILK
  630. xf questions answered with a yes or no
  631. xg characterized by the wearing away of the articular cartilage within the joints
  632. xh yellow, blue, green, lavendar, gray and red
  633. xi Administer an injection of glucagon if the person is unconscious, if you have it. If you don't have glucagon, emergency personnel will have some. Do not give an unconscious person something to swallow as they may choke on it.
  634. xj occur in a gland that is producing too much hormone (hyperthyroidism), too little hormone (hypothyroidism), or the correct amount of hormone (euthyroidism). A goiter indicates there is a condition present which is causing the thyroid to grow abnormally.
  635. xk any unintended effect on the body as a result of the use of therapeutic drugs, drugs of abuse, or the interaction of two or more pharmacologically active agents.
  636. xl another term for immobilization
  637. xm the range of clinical procedures and activities that are allowed by law for a profession
  638. xn another term for connecting neurons
  639. xo increased levels of blood glucose. Does not mean diabetic but mabe an indication of prediabetics
  640. xp discovered penicillin in 1928
  641. xq makes body movement possible and protects the organs of digestion, excretion and reproduciton
  642. xr forms the forehead
  643. xs fracture which occurs straight across the bone
  644. xt minor tissue injuries that have not been given time to heal
  645. xu that any candidate for the AAMA Certification Examination be a graduate of a CAAHEP-accredited medial assisting program or a graduate of an ABHES accredited pprogram with one year of documented work experience. Anticipated benefits of the recommendation are to: 1)safeguard the quality of care to the consumer; 2)ensure the CMA's role in the rapidly evolving heath care delivery system; and 3)continue to promote the identity and stature of the profession.
  646. xv BELOW THE RIBS
  647. xw The simplest form of matter with unique chemical properties. Oxygen, iron, gold, and other elements cannot be broken down into different substances by ordinary chemical means. All matter, living, & nonliving, is composed of elements.
  648. xx abandonment
  649. xy good samaritan laws do not cover _____ employees, only uncompensated situations.
  650. xz testimonials showing that a person is entitled to credit or has a right to exercise official power
  651. ya forward slipping movement of the body on one of the lower lumbar vertebrae on the vertebra or sacrum below it
  652. yb medication administered to suppress smooth muscle contractions of the stomach, intestine or bladder
  653. yc problem-oriented medical record
  654. yd form the joint between the lower leg and the foot
  655. ye used the culture-plate method for isolating bacteria and demonstrated how cholera was transmitted by food and water; his discovery changed the way health departments cared for persons with infectious disease
  656. yf branching fibers at the end of the axon that lead the nervous impulse from the axon to the synapse
  657. yg DEPENDABILITY
  658. yh hypnotherapy facilitates communication between the right and left sides of the brain with the patient in a state of focused relaxation when the subconscious mind is open to suggestions. It is currently used to help people lose weight; stop smoking; reduce stress; and relieve pain, anxiety, and phobias
  659. yi SLANDER
  660. yj amenorrhea
  661. yk Surgeon; operates to repair or remove diseased or injured part of the body
  662. yl most common test performed in the physician's office
  663. ym Requests for ____information over the telphone should be discouraged.
  664. yn tuberculosis
  665. yo OTOSCOPE
  666. yp spread
  667. yq degenerative disorder that can cause loss of normal spinal structure and function
  668. yr relates to the position of the body or parts of the body. it is the manner in which we carry ourselves, or pose in situations.
  669. ys (1) speaking (2) listening (3) gestures or body language, and (4) writing.
  670. yt fibula
  671. yu Hammurabi
  672. yv hips, thighs, legs, ankles, and feet
  673. yw isolated and injected insulin for diabetes treatment in 1922
  674. yx vaccine for adult shingles approved
  675. yy AVAILABLE QUICKLY IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS
  676. yz the five bones that form the palms of the hand
  677. za discovered cancer cells in 1928
  678. zb localized muscle spasm named for its cause
  679. zc performed the first successful open-heart surgery in 1952
  680. zd the narrow area just below the head of the femur
  681. ze inflammation of tendons caused by excessive or unusual use of a joint
  682. zf physician who specializes in surgery of the nervous system
  683. zg white blood cell, one of the formed elements of blood
  684. zh privately owned and managed facility,a profit-making organization
  685. zi many hearing impaired, deaf, or speech impaired individuals ___ ___ a teletype (TTY) or telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD)
  686. zj MISFEASANCE
  687. zk keratin
  688. zl describes pain that originates in one area of the body, but felt in another
  689. zm term referring to individuals affected by short stature
  690. zn hist/o
  691. zo bones of the middle ear
  692. zp MESSAGE, SENDER, RECEIVER, CHANNELS, FEEDBACK
  693. zq to carry oxygen to the body tissues, remove waste product and to carry nutrients to all parts of body
  694. zr type of email established using defined protocols as a means of communication between providers and established patients
  695. zs another term for dystaxia
  696. zt PERSONAL CHECK
  697. zu inherent characteristic