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1

What phase of healing is characterized by blood clotting and subsequent dissolution of the clot?

Hemostasis

2

What phase of healing is characterized by formation of new tissue?

Proliferative phase

3

What phase is characterized by cleaning wounds of cellular debris and preparing for deposition of new tissue?

Inflammatory phase

4

What phase of healing involves maturation of new tissue?

Remodeling phase

5

What order do the phases of healing occur in?

Hemostasis, Inflammatory, Proliferative, Remodeling

6

Angiogenesis and fibroplasia are key components of what phase of healing?

Proliferative phase

7

What factors influence healing?

Health status, presence of comorbidities, age, nutrition, lifestyle, and compliance w/ treatment

8

stage 1 skin damage shows what?

No breaks in skin

9

stage 2 skin damages shows what?

Breaks in epidermal and dermal layers

10

stage 3 skin damage shows what?

Breaks in epidermal, dermal, and subcutaneous layers

11

stage 4 skin damage shows what?

Full-thickness break including surrounding tissues

12

What is the final outcome of skin damage?

Less elastic, but retains structural and functional properties

13

What is paratenonitis?

Inflammation of the peritenon or tendon sheath; grade I

14

What is paratenonitis with tendinosis?

Tendon degeneration with paratenon inflammation; grade II

15

What is tendinosis?

Tendon degeneration without paratenon inflammation; grade III

16

What is Tendinitis?

Inflammation within the tendon; grade IV

17

What constitutes grade V tendon pathology?

Complete tendon rupture

18

Define a grade I sprain

Minor tearing without increased translation

19

Define a grade II sprain

Partial tearing with mild to moderate increase in translation

20

Define a grade III sprain

Complete tear with a marked increased in translation

21

What is the outcome of tendon and ligament damage?

Weaker and less elastic, structural and functional properties will never match intact ligament or tendon

22

Define grade I cartilage damage

Superficial fissure

23

Define grade II cartilage damage

Lesion to less than half the depth

24

Define grade III cartilage damage

Lesion to half depth up to subchondral plate

25

Define grade IV cartilage damage

Lesion through the subchondral plate exposing the bone

26

What is the outcome of cartilage damage?

A mixture of hyaline and fibrocartilage that does not approximate structure or function of intact cartilage

27

What bone breaks are synonymous with grad I, II, and III damage?

Simple, Compound, Comminuted

28

What is the outcome of bone damage?

Identical to intact bone, ideal

29

What occurs in a first degree muscle strain?

Minimal tissue damage, minimal bleeding and rapid healing

30

What occurs in a second degree muscle strain?

Moderate tissue damage, significant bleeding, partial tear, some functional loss