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Question 1: shaft of the femur): proximal, diaphyseal, ________, malleolar.
Anatomical terms of locationAnatomyEarDigestion

Question 2: ________ radiographs can be requested to view the bone suspected of being fractured.
Radiation therapyNuclear fusionIonizing radiationX-ray

Question 3: Occasionally smaller bones, such as phalanges of the toes and ________, may be treated without the cast, by buddy wrapping them, which serves a similar function to making a cast.

Question 4: In orthopedic ________, fractures are classified in various ways.
MedicinePathologyPhysicianSpecialty (medicine)

Question 5: To this end, a fractured limb is usually immobilized with a ________ or fiberglass cast or splint which holds the bones in position and immobilizes the joints above and below the fracture.

Question 6: It usually occurs in the vertebrae, for example when the front portion of a vertebra in the spine collapses due to ________ (a medical condition which causes bones to become brittle and susceptible to fracture, with or without trauma).
Osteitis fibrosa cysticaOsteopeniaOsteoporosisOsteochondritis dissecans

Question 7: The metal ________ produced can damage the bone locally and may cause systemic effects as well.
ElectrolyteHalf cellIonLithium-ion battery

Question 8: If dissimilar metals are installed in contact with one another (i.e., a titanium plate with cobalt-________ alloy or stainless steel screws), galvanic corrosion will result.

Question 9: This problem is reduced, but not eliminated, by the use of low-modulus materials, including ________ and its alloys.

Question 10: A bone fracture (sometimes abbreviated FRX or Fx, Fx, or #) is a medical condition in which there is a break in the continuity of the ________.
Head and neck anatomyHuman skeletonBoneHuman skull


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