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Lecture Objectives:

Describe diagnostic process including its steps and its underlying reasoning.

Question 1 What is the difference between a differential diagnosis and a working diagnosis?

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Question 2 Name FOUR characteristics of the habitus that should be evaluated in the general physical examination.

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Question 3 Name ONE clinical sign AND the associated medical systemic disease that can present in the general physical examination of the BODY.

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Question 4 Name ONE clinical sign AND the associated medical systemic disease that can present in the head and neck.

Quiz 4

Lecture Objectives:

Describe diagnostic process including its steps and its underlying reasoning.

Question 1 What is the difference between a differential diagnosis and a working diagnosis?

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A differential diagnosis is a list of possible diagnoses ranked according to the strength of supporting evidence (i.e., number of consistent symptoms and signs, prevalence).

A working diagnosis is the top one or two diagnoses from the differential diagnosis from which the dentist begins the diagnostic decision making (i.e., additional tests or therapeutic trial).

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Question 2 Name FOUR characteristics of the habitus that should be evaluated in the general physical examination.

Habitus

Stature Symmetry Body type Body mass (weight/height) · Skin characteristics, color, texture · · · · · · · · · · · · Hair Posture Gait Mobility Responses Function Cleanliness Odors

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Question 3 Name ONE clinical sign AND the associated medical systemic disease that can present in the general physical examination of the BODY.

Clinical signs of medical systemic disease that presents in the body (there are many others)

· Scaly skin - psoriasis · Bruising, Petechaie - Hemophilia (bleeding disorders), drugs · Clubbing of fingers ­ Congestive heart failure · Blisters ­ epidermolysis bullosa · Posture ­ developmental or musculoskeletal disease

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Question 4 Name ONE clinical sign AND the associated medical systemic disease that can present in the head and neck.

Clinical signs of medical systemic disease that presents in the head and neck (there are many others)

· Gingival swelling - Leukemia · Parotid or submandibular gland swelling, dry eyes, dry mouth, etc. - Sjogren's Syndrome · Parotid swelling, jaundice - Liver cirrhosis · Bruising, petechae - Hemophilia (bleeding disorders)

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