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Psychological Masquerade: Physical Illness and Mental Health

Psychological Masquerade: Physical Illness and Mental Health

Psychological Masquerade: Physical Illness and Mental Health Leonard L. Magnani, M.D., Ph.D. Medical Consultant and Staff Physician Alta California Regional Center Sacramento, California Psychological Masquerade

By andrew
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Disorders Friday!!!!

Disorders Friday!!!!

Disorders Friday!!!!. Or Fear & Loathing in the Outer Ear. Outer Ear Disorder 1. Symptoms Ear red & swollen May be some watery discharge Acute or chronic Diffuse or localized Typically mild Population Swimmers Ear constantly moist Anyone (most common ailment)

By ryanadan
(196 views)

Presbycusis

Presbycusis

Presbycusis. Case 1 History. 57 y/o male Worker’s compensation insurance Fell from tractor and caused laceration to right external ear, feels that TM is perforated Sudden awareness of hearing problem directly after blow to head/ear. Otoscopy .

By bernad
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Sound Audiology

Sound Audiology

Sound Audiology. Perry C. Hanavan, Au.D. Audiologist. Sound. Vibration Perception. Propagation of Sound. Condensations ____________ Example of molecular motion Components of sinusoid Transverse wave simulation Applet: Square, triangle, simulation. Components of Sound.

By adamdaniel
(211 views)

External Ventricular Drain

External Ventricular Drain

External Ventricular Drain. Top of cylinder. Pressure. Level Line . Laser Light. External Ear Canal. HOB elevated 30 º, head midline EVD cylinder height must be ordered Align laser light to external ear canal

By Thomas
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Chapter 22: The Head, Face, Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat

Chapter 22: The Head, Face, Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat

Chapter 22: The Head, Face, Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat. Prevention of Injuries to the Head, Face, Eyes, Ears, Nose, and Throat. Head and face injuries are prevalent in sport, particularly in collision and contact sports

By storm
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ED Neurological Emergencies Patient Management: Six Emergency Department Neuro-resuscitation Procedures

ED Neurological Emergencies Patient Management: Six Emergency Department Neuro-resuscitation Procedures

ED Neurological Emergencies Patient Management: Six Emergency Department Neuro-resuscitation Procedures. IEME Current Concepts in Emergency Care Maui, HI December 4, 2006.

By boone
(491 views)

Common ENT diseases

Common ENT diseases

Common ENT diseases. Prepared by dr : Latifa Mari’e. Many common ENT disorders presenting to the hospital emergency department could be managed in primary care. .

By lynne
(886 views)

HEARING LOSS

HEARING LOSS

HEARING LOSS. DR SUDEEP K.C. CLASSIFICATION OF HEARING LOSS. AUDITORY PATHWAYS. CONDUCTIVE HEARING LOSS . Characteristics of Conductive hearing loss are: Negative Rinne test(BC>AC) Weber lateralised to defective ear. Normal absolute bone conduction. Low frequencies affected more.

By lazar
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Psychological Masquerade: Physical Illness and Mental Health

Psychological Masquerade: Physical Illness and Mental Health

Psychological Masquerade: Physical Illness and Mental Health . Leonard L. Magnani, M.D., Ph.D. Medical Consultant and Staff Physician Alta California Regional Center Sacramento, California. Psychological Masquerade.

By alannis
(205 views)

HOW WE AGE

HOW WE AGE

HOW WE AGE. The Journey Through Caregiving. Myths regarding aging:. Most older adults will suffer with senility or dementia . The average older adult is either uninterested in or physically unable to participate in sexual activity.

By orien
(158 views)

Personal Protective Equipment for Logging

Personal Protective Equipment for Logging

Personal Protective Equipment for Logging. Protection for your: Head Eyes Ears Legs.

By catrin
(275 views)

The Head and Face

The Head and Face

The Head and Face. Chapter 22 part 2. Preventing Injuries to the Head. Wearing proper protective equipment Instruct proper techniques of wearing the head and face equipment Instruct proper techniques of usage of head and face equipment. Recognition and Management of Specific Head Injuries.

By eli
(208 views)

Personal Hygiene

Personal Hygiene

Personal Hygiene. From your HEAD to your FEET!. Entry Task. Why is it important to take responsibility for our personal hygiene? Please list at least three reasons. Hair and Scalp Health. The same kind of oil that causes breakouts on your face also comes out of the pores on your scalp.

By charis
(271 views)

Otitis & pharyngitis in children

Otitis & pharyngitis in children

Otitis & pharyngitis in children. Chap. 121. Otitis media. Acute OM (suppurative, purulent, bacterial) - Inflammation of middle ear OM with effusion (serous, secretory, nonsuppurative, mucoid) – relatively asx collection of fluid in middle ear

By janelle
(219 views)

Ears 2 U: Hearing 101

Ears 2 U: Hearing 101

Ears 2 U: Hearing 101. Stephen A. Mitchell, MD Performance Health Care Committee Nashville, TN. Disclaimer. Not selling anything Don’t care if you buy anything Not on payroll of any company that is applicable to this presentation So there. Creds. Otolaryngologist > 33 years

By damali
(87 views)

The Special Senses Eye and Ear

The Special Senses Eye and Ear

The Special Senses Eye and Ear. Lecture 10. The special senses of the eyes and ears are SENSORY input devices. The eyes and ears detect sensory information from the environment. They are responsible for sending this input to the brain for interpretation.

By lucius
(268 views)

The Outer Ear

The Outer Ear

The Outer Ear. SPA 4302 Summer 2007. Development of the Outer Ear. About __________ after conception the pharyngeal arches develop (bulges on the area of the embryo that will later develop into the head and neck) As many as ____ all separated by grooves and clefts First three:

By johana
(234 views)

Hearing Conservation 29 CFR 1910.95

Hearing Conservation 29 CFR 1910.95

Hearing Conservation 29 CFR 1910.95. Hearing Loss. Can you imagine not being able to: Hear music? Listen to the sounds of nature? Socialize with your family? Can you imagine being afflicted with uncomfortable ringing or abnormal sounds that interfere with sleep?.

By sawyer
(875 views)

Chapter 22

Chapter 22

Chapter 22. Human Senses. What are the 5 Senses?. 1. Sense of Sight – Vision 2. Sense of Hearing - Auditory 3. Sense of Smell – Olfactory 4. Sense of Taste – 5. Sense of Touch -. Vision - Structure. Need to know these structures & their function: Cornea : begins to focus light

By jyotika
(96 views)

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