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Term Definition
circuit a court holding sessions at various intervals in different sections of a judicial district.
jurisdiction the official power to make legal decisions and judgments.
exclusive jurisdiction In civil procedure, exclusive jurisdiction exists where one court has the power to adjudicate a case to the exclusion of all other courts.
concurrent jurisdiction Concurrent jurisdiction is the ability to exercise judicial review by different courts at the same time, within the same territory, and over the same subject matter.
district court a state of federal trial court.
original jurisdiction The original jurisdiction of a court is the power to hear a case for the first time, as opposed to appellate jurisdiction, when a higher court has the power to review a lower court's decision.
appeals court a court that hears appeals from a lower court.
appellate jurisdiction Appellate jurisdiction is the power of a higher court to review decisions and change outcomes of decisions of lower courts.
remand place a defendant on bail or in custody, especially when a trial is adjourned.
opinion a view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge.
precendent an earlier event or action that is regarded as an example or guide to be considered in subsequent similar circumstances.
judicial review review by the US Supreme Court of the constitutional validity of a legislative act.
constitutional a body of fundamental principles or established precedents according to which a state or other organization is acknowledged to be governed.
docket a calendar or list of cases for trial or people having cases pending.
brief a concise statement or summary.
majority opinion In law, a majority opinion is a judicial opinion agreed to by more than half of the members of a court.
unanimous opinion Sharing the same opinions or views; being in complete harmony or accord.
concurring opinion In law, a concurring opinion is in certain legal systems a written opinion by one or more judges of a court which agrees with the decision made by the majority of the court, but states different or additional reasons as the basis for his or her decision.
dissenting opinion A dissenting opinion or dissent is an opinion in a legal case in certain legal systems written by one or more judges expressing disagreement with the majority opinion of the court which gives rise to its judgment.
stare decisis the legal principle of determining points in litigation according to precedent.

Wandern

Question Answer
Das Wandern Hike
Das hobby Hobby
Die natur Nature
Die pl Menschen People
Der weg Path
Der urlab Vacation
Die Landschaft Country side
Der ort Location
Die freizeit Freetime
Das gebiet Region
Der verein Club
Das Flachland Flatland
Der Berg Mountain
Das gebirge Mountain rage
Der wald Forest
Die Wanderkarte Trailmap
Die luft Air
Die Wanderung Hike
Anstrengend Labor
Der Spaziergang Stroll
Der Spazieren Stroll
Die Verletzung Injury
Entspannen Relax
Bewegen Move
GenieA?en Relish
Das Ziel Goal
Der stiefel Boot
Einkehren Stop at

matter homework

Term Definition
mass the amount of matter a substance or object has
matter anything that takes up space and has matter
physical change process in which a substance changes from one form to another without a change in its chemical properties
repel to push away or apart
state of matter the form matter can take (solid, liquid, gas)
texture physical property of a solid used to describe its surface
volume the amount of space an object or substance occupies
weight a measure of force of gravity on an object
classify to arrange in a specific order or group by categories based on similarities

15-2 Divi Of Nervous Science

Question Answer
Central Nervous System The division of the nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal cord.
Peripheral Nervous System The division of the nervous system consisting all of the nerves located outside the central nervous system.
Brain The part of the nervous system that controls most functions in the body.
Spinal Cord The thick column of nerve tissue that links the brain to most of the nerves in the peripheral nervous system.
Brain Stem The part of the nervous system that lies between the cerebellum and spinal cord, and controls the body's involuntary actions.
Somatic Nervous System The group of nerves in the peripheral nervous system that controls voluntary actions.
Autonotic Nervous System The group of nerves in the peripheral nervous system that controls involuntary actions.
Concussion A bruiselike injury of the brain that occurs when the soft tissue of the brain collides againts the skull.

neurological vocab

Question Answer
These drugs class draw water from the edematous brain tissue) osmotic diuretics, corticosteroids, & anticonvulsants.
in which a bone flap is removed & then replaced Craniotomy
in which a bone flap is removed & not replaced craniectomy
exhaling with your mouth and nose closed, any force such as straining during bowel Valsalva maneuve
lowermotor neuron dysfunction Muscle tone may be described as flaccid with a weak reflex
total or partial loss, as result of organic brain damage, the ability to recognize familiar objects by sight, touch, or hearing to recognize familiar people through sensory stimuli. Agnosia
Most benign tumors affect the meningies
most malignant tumors are gliomas
ecchymosis) behind the ear usually indicates fracture of a bone of the lower skull. battle sign
lesions are confined to the thoracic, lumbar, or sacral segments of the spinal cord. Paraplegic pts
complete loss of relex flaccid paralysis
inability to comprehend written or spoken wordreceptive aphasiaWeinickers area temporal lobe sensory aphasia
inability to understand using symbols of speechaka epressive aphasia motor aphasia
inability to understand spoken or written workd global aphasia
characterized inability to to name objects anomic aphasia
difficulty poorly articulated speech dysarthia
muscles may be flaccid lower motorneuron dysfunction
muscles may be spastic (prone to spasms)sudden movement with increased reflexes hyperflexia upper motorneuron dysfunction
originates from Mylinated Nerve Tissue pain
anticonvulsant meds such as Gabapentin (Neurontin and CArbabamazephen) is used for: Neurological pain
decreases abnormal brain activity and number 1 treatment used for AD memanite
loss of vasodilation increased venous capacity and hypotension areflexia or spinal shock
for spinal cord injury a high dose of if 8 hrs methylpedinsone
a neuological condition characterized by increased refex action autonomic dysreflexia or hyperreflexia
surgery that destroys portion of the brain albation surgery

Pathophysiology Test 2 SP: Cardiomyopathy


Question Answer ***4 types of cardiomyopathy hypertrophic, dilated, restrictive, arrhythmogenic right ventricular ***Which forms of cardiomyopathy result in fatal dysrhythmias, decreased stroke volume, insidious cardiac disability, congestive heart failure, and sudden cardiac death? all of them hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is considered a ______ (systolic/diastolic) failure diastolic Hypertrophic is a genetic disorder or aquired? either most common cause of sudden death in pediatric and young adult populations hypertrophic cardiomyopathy etiology of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy abnormality of muscle cell proteins – hypertrophy of the cells hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is dealing with what ventricles left dilated cardiomyopathy is dealing with what ventricles both dilated cardiomyopathy is also called ____ eccentric (cells get longer) etiology of dilated cardiomyopathy? cells get longer and fibroses between – resulting in a thin ventricle wall and increased chamber size – which leads to decreased contractility and EF dilated cardiomyopathy is a _____ (systolic/diastolic) failure systolic T/F – dilated cardiomyopathy is the most common form true restrictive cardiomyopathy etiology fibrous tissue accumulates making it hard to fill, atria dilate to compensate Restrictive cardiomyopathy is a genetic disorder or aquired? either What form of cardiomyopathy is the least common restrictive Restrictive cardiomyopathy: left or right sided heart failure either Arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy: etiology invasion of fatty fibrous tissue into the right ventricle -> decreases RV cardiac output and increases fatal ventricular dysrhythmias Arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy: genetic or aquired? genetic Arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy: develops when during adolescence Arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy: treatment treat events that cause sympathetic predominance, treat hemodynamically compromising ventricular dysrhythmias with amiodarone Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: treatment Ensure adequate preload, myocardial depression is desirable, maintain NSR, avoid tachycardia, ensure adequate depth of anesthesia Restrictive cardiomyopathy: treatment TEE and invasive hemodynamic monitoring, IV inotropic support, Choose anesthetic that minimized cardiac depression Dilated Cardiomyopathy: treatment Promote afterload reduction, avoid large fluid bolus, Choose anesthetic that minimized cardiac depression What kind of EKG would you see with hypertrophic CM deep, narrow "dagger-like" Q waves in V5-V6, I, aVL ***All of the following are forms of cardiomyopathy EXCEPT: Fibrotic ***What would cause suspicion of left ventricular outflow obstruction in a patient with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy? Sudden decrease in BP, systolic murmur, tachycardia ***Which is false Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy can lead to systolic heart failure

Compstd midterm 1

Term Definition
King James
Thomas Hubs
King Louis 14
King Louis 16
William Shakespear
John Lock
Emanuel Kant
John Jack Russo
Alex Pope
Johnathan Swift
Marie-Antowanett
Max Millian
Beethoven
1st symphony
2nd symphony
3rd symphony
4th symphony
5th symphony
6th symphony
7th symphony
8th symphony
9th symphony
Fredrich Sheller
Carl Marks
Virginia Wolf
Fredrich Neecher
Leviathan
Mary Wollstonecraft
Rationalism
Empiricism
Tabula Rosa
Voltaire
Vice
Folly
Optimism
Modest Proposal
Age of enlightenment
De carte
Frances Bacon
Isaac Newton
Monarchy
Blubonic Plague
William Harvy
Taxonomy
Theism
Atheism
Anti-theism
Monotheism
Polytheism
Pantheism
Deism
French Revolution
Bourgeoisie
3 Estates
Clegery
Nobles
Rest
Jacobins

Meh

Question Answer
Beisbol baseball
FA?tbol Soccer
Futbol americano American football
Voleibol Volleyball
Basquetbol Basketball
El gol Goal
El campo de futbol Soccer field
El touchdown Touchdown
El jonron Home run
La canasta Basket

Vocab unit 2

Term Definition Synonyms
flabbergasted adjective- astonished stunned
incredulous adjective- disbelieving unconvinced
meticulous adjective- careful and thorough accurate
mundane adjective- everyday, ordinary common
Perfidy noun- untrustworthiness treason
Requisition verb- to request or order demand
Spurious adjective- false or fake phony
strife noun- angry or bitter disagreement conflict
Detonate verb- To explode blow up

mid term review unit 4.

Question Answer
used for depressive episodes, bipolar disorder, old, chronic neuropathic pain, depression with anxiety disorder & eneureses TCA
inhibits reuptake of norepinephrine and serotonin in the brain TCA
do not take animal hormone melatonin
exert action by acting on the brain's serotonin receptors and or hypothalamus and brainstem non-benzodiazepenes
temazepam (Restoril) hypnotics
potentiate the effects of GABA Benzodiazepenes
natural/herbal uses are to relieve stress, anxiety, tension, promote sleep, and relieve menstrual cramps Kava
used to treat depression, bulimia, bight terrors, migraine, MS and seasonal effective disorder MOAI
treat mental illness of anxiety, depression, and psychosis anti-anxiety meds
are given for ETOH to decrease S&S of withdrawal syndrome Benzodiazepenes
used to treat OCD bulimia nervosa, PMS, PTSD, anxiety, Panic disorders, migraines and hot flashes SSRI
produces CNS depression and mood alterations barbiturates
causes an increase in epinephrin, norepinephrine, dopamine, and serotonin in the nervous system MOAI
another name for tranquilizer Benzodiazepenes
meds prescribed for short term therapy for specific health disorders, stimulate Respiratory and cardio centres suppress appetite, ADHD CNS stimulatns
mimic the sympathetic nervous system adrenergic medications
used to suppress appetite in the exogenous obesit anorexiants (CNS stimulants)
another name for neuroleptic antipsychotic medications
medications that target specific receptors to block the affects of the sympathetic nervous system adrenergic blocking medications
used to treat ADHA may produce euphoria and wakefulness amphetamines (CNS stimulants)
mimic the affects of the PNS cholinergic medications
medications that inhibit the PNS cholinergic blocking medications
stimulate respiratory and cardiovascular centres of the brain analeptic (CNS stimulant)
medications that manage acute and chronic psychosis antipsychotic medications
alendrotnic Acid or alendrondronate sodium (Fosamaz) etidronic acid or HEDP (didronel) medications for osteoporosis
used to treat dementia associated with alzheimers disease cholinesterase inhibitors
Allopurinal (Zyloprim) medications for gout
medications that act by depressing abrnomal nerve impulses discharges in the CNS anticonvulsant medication
medications that assist in controlling trembling, difficulty walking, rigidity, slurred speech, mask like face antiparkinson medications
diazepam (Valium), cyclobenzaprine (Flexiril), baclofen medications for arthritis
carbidopa/levodopa antiparkinson medications
DMARDS, methotrexate medications for Rheumatoid arthritis
Donepezil (Aricept) antiparkinsons medications