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hirschsprung

congenital megacolon

2

condylomata acuminata

HPV

3

condylomata lata

syphilis

4

what is most common antiseptic for pre-op skin preparations

merthiolate, It is the antiseptic of choice for the final scrub in preoperative
skin preparation,

5

What chemical is used for transfer of biopsy specimens?

formaldehyde: common name Formalin

6

dry sterilization is best used for?

This method can be used in
emergency situations where the two methods of autoclaving are not
available

7

What is used for treatment of conjunctivitis

2% solution boric acid

8

what is a phenol coefficient

strength or effectiveness of an antiseptic

9

what antiseptic is teratogenic

hexachlorophene

10

Are anestheisa, antiseptic and astringents all in the chiro profession?

Yes

11

what is delayed closure known as

tertiary union, These wounds are those that can be closed by sutures after three to
four days of observation.

12

What type of anesthetic block is most commonly used in minor sx

field block

13

What does TAC stand for?

tetracaine, epinephrine, cocaine

14

Define bite

A bite is the amount of tissue taken when placing a suture needle in the
skin or fascia. The farther away from the wound edge that the needle is
introduced, the bigger the bite will be.

15

Which type of suture has the least amount of scarring?

intradermal/subcuticular

16

most common tumor on head and neck?

I think its squamous and google agrees with me

17

How does one remove a sebaceous cyst?

Excise entire cyst with elliptical

18

Most common area of the intestines that first get inflamed with IBD?

.... recto-sigmoid? need to double check this

19

what are internal hemorrhoids?

Blood which drips into the toilet
bowl, and is bright red in nature, and free and separate from stool

usually painless, swollen submucosal, vascular tissue located above the dentate line.

"varicose painful lesions"

20

most common lesion that exists between the anus and ischial tuberosity?

abscess

21

best thing for treating skin irritations such as shaving?

potassium aluminum sulfate

22

most common complication of keesey technique?

bleeding

23

pyrexia and pain with sitting/defecation and coughing?

common sxs of anorectal abscess anf fistula

24

is xray used for systemic gi and anus issues?

no, spect, manual inspection and colonoscopy

25

what type is best for sterilization of a wound?

-

26

what is the MC cause of complication of minor sx?

infection

27

what should be applied to an abscess of the anal region?

- p something (need to look up)- couldnt find the answer to this

28

MC location for infection of anal region?

crypts of morgagni

29

MC benign condition of the large bowel?

polyps

30

how are polps removed?

excisional biopsy

31

how does epinephrine affect anesthetic?

causes vasoconstriction and less bleeding during sx

32

undermining procedure uses what tool?

scissors

33

most common bacteria from dog (animal bite?)

Pasteurella multocida

34

MC bacteria associated with human bite

Eikenella
corrodens