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Journal September 2012 (Vol 33, No 9)

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Rhinoscopy by Carrie Schwake , RVT, VTS (SAIM)

1. During a blind biopsy of the nasal passage, an alligator forceps is premeasured to the ___________ and marked.
2. During rhinoscopy, __________ can be used to improve visualization and control hemorrhage.
3. Attempting to pass a forceps through a fully deflected scope
4. __________ has two-way deflection and allows through-the-scope lavage, biopsy, and foreign body removal.
5. With the patient under general anesthesia, the proper approach to rhinoscopic examination is
6. In unilateral nasal disease, which nostril is evaluated first during rhinoscopy?
7. Which statement regarding rhinoscopy is false?
8. ________ can help to protect the airway during rhinoscopy.
9. Which of the following can cause epistaxis?
10. To prevent damage to a scope, a(n) ___________ is placed in the patient’s mouth when a scope is introduced transorally.
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