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Test Review. Psychology & Facial Injuries. Psychology. What characteristics are related to sports injury? Describe 2 ways in which stress can be either positive or negative. What is meant by “Treat the person, not just the injury”? What is depression?

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test review

Test Review

Psychology & Facial Injuries

psychology
Psychology
  • What characteristics are related to sports injury?
  • Describe 2 ways in which stress can be either positive or negative.
  • What is meant by “Treat the person, not just the injury”?
  • What is depression?
  • Name 3 things that might cause depression.
  • What are the S/S for MDD?
  • Name 2 ways to self-treat depression AND explain why they work.
  • Explain why some sports have a higher incident of DE than others.
  • What criteria must be met to be diagnosed with AN?
  • What are the two forms of AN?
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What tools can be used to determine if an athlete is underweight?

  • Why might these tools be inaccurate?
  • What are the 3 forms of purging?
  • What time frame must be met to be diagnosed with BN?
  • What is a binge?
  • In BN, what is considered “nonpurging”?
  • With BN, typically what is the athlete’s body type?
  • Why might a person suffering from DE feel anxiety in social situations when food is involved?
  • When is a person diagnosed with Eating Disorders NOS?
  • Name 2 associated physical problems of DE?
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Explain BDD.

  • Explain MDM.
  • List 3 destructive behaviors associated with BDD & MDM.
  • List 5 warning signs of DE.
  • What can be done to prevent DE?
  • How can a person with DE be treated?
  • List the 5 stages of denial AND give an example of how they could apply to injury.
face eye and ear
Face, Eye, and Ear
  • Why do facial injuries bleed so much?
  • How do you treat a nose bleed?
  • Why don’t you want to tilt the head back during a Epistaxis?
  • List 2 S/S of a mandible fx.
  • What is the most common fracture?
  • What is the second most common fracture?
  • What is the medical term for a black eye?
  • Why don’t you want to “rub out” a foreign body?
  • What is a corneal abrasion?
  • What is a hyphema?
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Why do you patch both eyes when dealing with a hyphema?

  • What is a blowout fracture?
  • List 2 S/S of a blowout fracture.
  • How would you treat a tooth extrusion?
  • How would you treat a tooth intrusion?
  • During a tooth avulsion, why do you handle the tooth by the crown instead of the root?
  • What is the % survival rate of a tooth if treated within 30 minutes?
  • What is the % survival rate of a tooth if treated after 2 hours?
  • List 2 media in which you could transfer an avulsed tooth?
  • What is the medical term for an ear infection?