Inflammation and Healing Quiz
Is everything that is inflamed infected?
Give 2 examples of acute injury.
A. Achilles tendinitis, Jumpers knee
B. Achilles tendinitis, Shin Splints
C. Sprained ankle, Torn ACL
D. Achilles tendinitis, Jumpers knee
This type of pain continues past normal healing time (more than 6 months)
Scar tissue is as strong as uninjured tissue
Which Law states that tissue will adapt to the load put on it?
A. Dog’s Law
B. Wolff’s Law
C. Newton’s Law
D. Johnson’s Law
acute inflammation can be defined as
A. a purulent exudate
B. a condition of long duration
C. a condition of sudden onset
D. an asthmatic incident
Which chemical mediator causes the blood vessels to get bigger?
What is the purpose of pain in the inflammatory response?
A. To encourage increased activity and promote healing.
B. To indicate that damage has occurred and encourage decreased activity for proper healing.
C. To hinder the healing process and prolong recovery.
D. To reduce inflammation and minimize secondary issues.
What are the signs of inflammation?
A. Pain, swelling, heat, redness, and loss of function.
B. Pain, swelling, loss of function, and decreased activity.
C. Swelling, heat, redness, and loss of function.
D. Swelling, heat, redness, and decreased activity.
In can take several years for a scar to completely remodel and heal
The process where leukocytes engulf and digest bacteria
C. hydrostatic pressure
What is the difference between acute and chronic injury?
A. Acute injuries occur from prolonged over-use, while chronic injuries result from a specific event.
B. Acute injuries have a sudden onset and are traced to a specific event, while chronic injuries occur from prolonged over-use.
C. Acute injuries are caused by biomechanical issues, while chronic injuries are the result of improper form or technique.
D. Acute injuries are characterized by sudden onset of symptoms, while chronic injuries have a definite time of occurrence.
Which law states the collagen fibers will respond to the amount of stress placed on the scar tissue
A. Newton’s law
B. Wolff’s law
C. Henderson’s law
D. Avery’s Law
What is the localized collection of pus called?
What is the main component of scar tissue?
Which of the following vascular change that corresponds with redness?
A. Increased vascular permeability
D. Infiltration of white blood cells
The healing process is a continuum and some phases will overlap each other.
What cell adheres to the wall of the injury to create a sticky plug
Disease causing microorganisms
What is the purpose of capillaries growing into the wound
A. exchange oxygen and waste products
B. lay down the extra cellular matrix
C. build collagen
D. stop blood flow to the area
What is inflammation?
A. The body’s normal response to injury that attempts to minimize further tissue damage.
B. The process of repairing damaged tissue through the formation of scar tissue.
C. The body’s response to chronic injuries that persist over an extended period of time.
D. The process of regaining adequate blood flow to damaged tissues.
this tissue has limited healing capacity due to lack of blood flow
What is the purpose of controlled motion during the remodeling phase?
A. To prevent the formation of adhesions and strengthen collagen fibers.
B. To decrease blood flow and limit swelling.
C. To promote secondary cell death and encourage extracellular drainage.
D. To normalize blood flow and initiate the regeneration of damaged tissues.
Which protein forms the scab at the end of the acute inflammatory response
D. granulation tissue
What is the Latin word for Redness?
E. Functio Laesa
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