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During an emergency room examination for an injured arm, the physician palpates the
arm’s entire length, starting at the shoulder and ending at the fingers of the hand. This
process takes him from a/an _______ position.
A. right to left C. anterior to ventral
B. proximal to distal D. coronal to transverse


I think the answer is (B)

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    Right.

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    The correct answer is 'B', Proximal to Distal...just took the exam - Good Luck!

  • medical terminology/biochemistry -

    To fully eliminate all infectious microorganisms, which of the following measures must be used?

    A. Cleaning
    B. Washing
    C. Disinfection
    D. Sterilization

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    my answer is d

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    sterilization

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    DISINFECTION

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