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Chapter 2: Using Therapeutic Modalities to Affect the Healing Process

Loss of function is a sign of the inflammatory process.

a. True

b. False

a. True

Leukocytes are present in both the acute and chronic inflammatory responses.

a. True

b. False

b. False

An injured individual's health, age, and nutrition are factors that influence healing.

a. True

b. False

a. True

The three phases of the healing process, in order, are as follows:

a. fibroblastic-repair, inflammatory-response, maturation-remodeling

b. inflammatory-response, fibroblastic-repair, maturation-remodeling

c. inflammatory-response, maturation-remodeling, fibroblastic-repair

b. inflammatory-response, fibroblastic-repair, maturation-remodeling

Which of the following type of cell has phagocytic characteristics?

a. red blood cells

b. platelets

c. leukocytes

d. endothelials

c. leukocytes

The extracellular matrix, formed by fibroblastic cells, consists of

a. collagen

b. elastin

c. ground substance

d. all of the above

d. all of the above

During the inflammatory-response phase of the healing process, modalities are used to

a. control pain

b. reduce swelling

c. both a and b

d. neither a nor b

c. both a and b

__________________ states that bone and soft tissue remodel and realign according to the physical demands placed on them.

a. Wolff's Law

b. Ohm's Law

c. Meissner's Law

d. McGill's Law

a. Wolff's Law

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