Blowing, swooshing sound heard through the stethoscope over an area of abnormal blood flow
Difficulty in swallowing
Increase in size of thyroid gland that occurs with hyperthyroidism
Enlargement of the lymph nodes due to infection, allergy, or neoplasm
Refers to abnormally large head
Refers to abnormally small head
Refers to round symmetric skull that is appropriately related to body size
Head tilt due to shortening or spasm of one sternomastoid muscle
Illusory sensation of either the room or one's own body spinning; not the same as dizziness
The major neck muscles are the:
List the facial structures that should appear symmetric when inspecting the head.
Describe the characteristics of lymph nodes often associated with acute infection
Describe the characteristics of lymph nodes often associated with chronic inflammation
Describe the characteristics of lymph nodes often associated with cancer
Differentiate caput secceaneum from cephalhematoma in the newborn infant.
Describe the tonic neck reflex in the infant
Describe the characteristics of normal cervical lymph nodes during childhood.
List the condition(s) associated with parotid gland enlargement
Describe the facial characteristics that occur with Down syndrome
Contrast the facial characteristics of hyperthyroidism versus hypothyroidism
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Isthmus of thyroid
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