Surgery! Video-Facts 2

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Q15. Why, Tommy, oh why? Your ever-returning patient has fractured his femur really badly. This is going to be a lot of work. Can you put the fragments back together?

Choices:

ECDABF
FABDCE
EDCBAF
FADBCE
EBCADF
FCDBAF

Right Answer:
FABDCE

Q16. Tommy had a tricycle accident and ruptured his spleen! He needs immediate surgery. But where is the spleen located?

Choices:

Lower right abdomen
Frontal chest cavity
Dorsal chest cavity
Upper left abdomen

Right Answer:
Upper left abdomen

Q17. My goodness! Tommy is complaining about dizziness. Several of his otoconia have been dislodged, causing benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. He needs to move his head so that the otoconia return to the utricle – now, where in the image below would that be?

Choices:

1
2
3
4
5
6

Right Answer:
4

Q18. Tommy has come to love the hospital so much that he signed up for a study where he is injected with nanobots that will perform intracellular surgery. Steer the microscopic robot to the Golgi apparatus. Wait, where is that?

Choices:

A
B
C
D

Right Answer:
D

Q19. On his way out of the hospital, Tommy ran right into a glass door and hit his head really hard. Now he’s suffering from aphasia – he can’t describe other symptoms, so he tries writing them down. Unfortunately, he’s also having a rare form of agraphia – all the letters are mixed up. Can you unscramble them and tell which area of his body needs to be examined further?

Choices:

His feet
His sacrum
His throat
His knee
His tummy
His chest

Right Answer:
His tummy

Q20. You want to look up Tommy’s patient history, but there was a computer error and now his file is mixed up. How many diseases can you find?

Choices:

4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

Right Answer:
8

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