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Written Test - Internal propedeutics 1 for 3rd class - Dentistry

Written Test - Internal propedeutics 1 for 3rd class - Dentistry

Symptom is:

Syndrom is:

Dyspnea is:

Stenocardia is:

Syncope is:

Symptoms characteristic for shock (acute failure of peripheral circulation) are:

Pale, cold leg, severe pain and weak pulsations are symptoms typical for:

Typical symptoms of superficial inflammation of the vein (thrombophlebitis) are:

Deep thrombosis of ileofemoral (phlebothrombosis) vein is characterised by:

Haemoptysis and haemoptoe means:

Retrosternal pain associated with difficulty in swallowing is:

Explanation of symptoms anorexia, nausea, vomitus is:

Explanation of symptoms haematemesis, melena and enterorrhagia is:

Jaundice is characterized by:

Correct explanation of symptoms oliguria, anuria and polyuria is:

Correct definitions of haematuria, proteinuria and polakisuria are:

Moon face, violet striae and obesity are characteristic signs of:

Typical clinical features of hyperthyroidism:

Typical clinical features of hypothyroidism:

Correct explanations of symptoms gigantism, dwarfism and acromegaly are:

Typical clinical features of anaemia:

In patient´s general appearance we evaluate:

Characteristics of asthenic, hypersthenic and normosthenic habits:

Orthopnea is characterised by:

Gait in peripheral arterial obliteration:

Opisthotonus:

Characteristics of tremor in Parkinson disease, hyperthyroidism and flapping tremor:

Correct explanations of symptoms défense musculaire (muscular rigidity), tetania and tonic-clonic cramps:

Characteristics of different disorders of consciousness:

Correct explanations of expressive aphasia, sensory aphasia and dysarthria are:

Correct explanations of aphonia, nasolalia and anarthria:

Central cyanosis:

Peripheral cyanosis:

Bleeding into the skin:

Correct descriptions of facial types in different diseases:

The shape of the skull can be:

Correct explanations of ectropion, hordeolum and xerophtalmia are:

Correct explanations of miosis, ptosis and enophtalmus, exophtalmus and Graefe's symptom are:

Nystagmus and strabism:

Following statements on pupillary reflex, conjuctivae and arcus senilis are correct:

Foetor ex ore :

Macroglossia:

Correct inspection of jugular vein filling:

We palpate arteria carotis communis:

Correct statement on thyroid gland:

Caput medusae:

Percussion on abdomen is physiologic:

Tapotement means:

Punctum maximum:

Ascites

Spleen

Positive Murphy's symptom:

Ausculation of abdomen:

Courvoisier´s symptom in enlarged gallbladder:

Medical history – „anamnesis“

Tachypnea

Shortness of breath, with the need to use the auxiliary respiratory muscles is

Kussmaul's breathing is present in

Vocal fremitus is increased in

The percussion sound over normal lungs is

The largest displacement of the inferior percussion borders occurs in

In auscultation of normal lungs we listen

Dry respiratory sounds (rales) are

Pleural friction rub:

Frequency of the peripheral pulse physiologically fluctuate at rest between:

Palpable pulse of major volume is called:

If left ventricle is enlarged, the location of the point of maximum impulse is shifted

Auscultation site of the aortic valve is

Auscultation site of the mitral valve is

Auscultation site of the pulmonary valve is

The first heart sound

The second heart sound

The fourth heart sound

The third heart sound

We classify the loudness of murmur on scale of

The sixth grade loudness of murmur is

The murmur in aortic stenosis

The murmur in mitral regurgitation

The murmur in aortic regurgitation

Clubbed „drumstick“ fingers

Laségue's maneuver

Homans' sign

Physiologic bronchial breathing

Pulse fluctuation in relation to breathing –at the high of inspiration falls, upon expiration increases – is called

Flat percussion sound is heard over

A whistling, wheezing sound characteristic of narrowing of the large airways

Anterior axillary line runs

Summation galop

Physiological murmur heard in young people is

The murmur in mitral stenosis

Palpation of normal spleen

Palpation of the popliteal artery is recommended

Great toe lateral deviation is

Radial artery is palpated

The extent of lumbar unfolding can be measured by Schober's distance test: in an upright patient

Hematuria means