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1

What is proprioception?

perception or awareness of the position and movement of the body.

2

A brachial plexus block is used to provide anesthesia

distal to the elbow

3

A Bier’s block can provide analgesia

proximal to the elbow if a tourniquet is placed proximal to the elbow

4

What pain scoring systems are available for horses?
Obel Laminitis Pain Scale
AAEP lameness grade definition Incorrect
Horse Grimace Scale

All of the above

5

Of the following listed blocks, which is not a dental nerve block?
Mandibular nerve block
Mental nerve block Incorrect
Infraorbital nerve block
Retrobulbar nerve block

Retrobulbar nerve block

6

What is a retrobulbar nerve block?

A retrobulbar block is a regional anesthetic nerve block in the retrobulbar space, the area located behind the globe of the eye. Injection of local anesthetic into this space constitutes the retrobulbar block.

7

Where does the mental nerve block provide anesthesia?

The mental nerve block provides anesthesia only to the lower lip and soft tissue of the chin.

8

An antagonist drug binds with a receptor but

but has no effect at that receptor

9

TECA procedure

total ear canal ablation

10

What type of nerve fiber is responsible for a diffuse, burning type of pain accompanying tissue damage and inflammation?

C fibers

11

What nerve fibers are responsible for conducting harmless signals that provide information such as touch, pressure, vibration, and movement?

A-beta fibers

12

Chronic pain is often divided into what two categories?

Nocioceptive and neuropathic