Question: Match the surgery with its objective or goal. 1. Surgical entry to the cranial cavity a. Cervical…


Match the surgery with its objective or goal. 1. Surgical entry to the cranial cavity a. Cervical decompression b. Anterior c. Stereotactic procedure d. Cranioplasty e. Ventriculoperitoneal shunt f. Thoracic corpectomy g. Craniotomy h. Correction of craniosynostosis i. Carpel tunnel release j. Transsphenoidal hypophysectomy Placement of a tube and reservoir to remove ex spinal fluid from the brain (hydrocephalus) cess cerebro- cervical fusion 3· Removal of all or part of the pituitary gland 4. Removal of a cervical disk and replacement with a bone graft 5· Removal of a disk and the foramen enlarged 6. Mobilization of the median volar nerve from the carpel tunnel 7. Creation of a section of cranium Sanat Use of a 3-D data map to pinpoint reference areas of the anatomy for highly accurate intervention 9Removal of a complete section of spine to include a tumor, to treat an infection, or to relieve spinal cord impingement Removal of prematurely fused sutures to allow expansion of the brain in the pediatric patient MULTIPLE CHOICE Select the best answer to complete the sentence or statement. 11. An arteriovenous fistula is: 14. While the bone flap is being cut, the dura is protected a. A network of arteries in the brain b. A network of veins in the brain c. Abnormal pathways between an artery and vein d. A feeder vessel from injury by the: a. Perforator design b. Raney clips c. Periosteal elevator d. Burr holes 12. During a craniotomy the scalp is infiltrated with local anesthetic and epinephrine. This is done to: a. Prevent postoperative pain b. Expand the tissues c. Create tissue planes d. Control bleeding 15. Before starting the procedure for treatment of a cere- bral aneurysm, the surgeon may: a. Test the patients reflexes b. Insert a pacemaker c. Insert a ventricular peritoneal shunt d. Insert a lumbar drair 13. During a craniotomy holes are drilled in the bones. This is done to: a. Provide a means of inserting a saw b. Relieve cranial pressure at the outset of the proce- 16. When positioning the patient for cerebral aneurysm surgery, the following is used: a. A halo vest b. Skin traction applied to the cervical region c. Cranial pin fixation d. An arm rest c. Provide a means of passing instruments into the brain d. Control bleeding from the surface tissues
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Match the surgery with its objective or goal. 1. Surgical entry to the cranial cavity a. Cervical decompression b. Anterior c. Stereotactic procedure d. Cranioplasty e. Ventriculoperitoneal shunt f. Thoracic corpectomy g. Craniotomy h. Correction of craniosynostosis i. Carpel tunnel release j. Transsphenoidal hypophysectomy Placement of a tube and reservoir to remove ex spinal fluid from the brain (hydrocephalus) cess cerebro- cervical fusion 3· Removal of all or part of the pituitary gland 4. Removal of a cervical disk and replacement with a bone graft 5· Removal of a disk and the foramen enlarged 6. Mobilization of the median volar nerve from the carpel tunnel 7. Creation of a section of cranium Sanat Use of a 3-D data map to pinpoint reference areas of the anatomy for highly accurate intervention 9Removal of a complete section of spine to include a tumor, to treat an infection, or to relieve spinal cord impingement Removal of prematurely fused sutures to allow expansion of the brain in the pediatric patient MULTIPLE CHOICE Select the best answer to complete the sentence or statement. 11. An arteriovenous fistula is: 14. While the bone flap is being cut, the dura is protected a. A network of arteries in the brain b. A network of veins in the brain c. Abnormal pathways between an artery and vein d. A feeder vessel from injury by the: a. Perforator design b. Raney clips c. Periosteal elevator d. Burr holes 12. During a craniotomy the scalp is infiltrated with local anesthetic and epinephrine. This is done to: a. Prevent postoperative pain b. Expand the tissues c. Create tissue planes d. Control bleeding 15. Before starting the procedure for treatment of a cere- bral aneurysm, the surgeon may: a. Test the patient's reflexes b. Insert a pacemaker c. Insert a ventricular peritoneal shunt d. Insert a lumbar drair 13. During a craniotomy holes are drilled in the bones. This is done to: a. Provide a means of inserting a saw b. Relieve cranial pressure at the outset of the proce- 16. When positioning the patient for cerebral aneurysm surgery, the following is used: a. A halo vest b. Skin traction applied to the cervical region c. Cranial pin fixation d. An arm rest c. Provide a means of passing instruments into the brain d. Control bleeding from the surface tissues

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