Medical Massage Therapy Theory III Oncology
This page describes a Qedoc learning module or quiz entitled "Medical Massage Therapy Theory III Oncology". You can download the module from this page to put on your computer. You can also launch the module straight off the web using the launch quiz link on the right-hand side of this page. Another way to access this quiz is to install the Qedoc Quiz Player and bring up its directory of downloadable quizzes. Whichever way you choose to use it, it's free.
This module may contain medicine-related material. Please refer to our medical disclaimer.
This module is to guide the begining therapist or person to an understanding of the complex world a cancer patient lives in and how to approach massage therapy without any of the outdated fears that massage will spread metastisis. I hope you enjoiy it. I recommend you read the book Medicine Hands by Gayle MacDonald. It is a wondeful text.
The module contains the following activities:
- Random Questions. These will be questions more generalized in nature, but are specific to this special form of treatment.
- Terminology Questions. These will be aimed at terms and facts about terms.
- Ethics. Pretty straight forward. Its Just Ethical thats all.
- Genetics. Questions Relating to cancer Genetics
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- This unique function of a normal cell is like an "OFF SWITCH" if the cell detects it can't function properly. In a cancer cell this function does not work properly because of this malfunction the cell can reproduce.What is the funtion known as that turns the normal cell off.
- This is a mass that has detached and can contain bits of tissue, tumor cells, fat globules, air bubbles, clumps of bacyeria, and other foriegn bodies.It floats around in the blood and is called an___________.
- There are four chromosonal compounds on the outside part of DNA they are attached by what to compounds in the center of the double helix?Also called the backbone of the double helix when it is all together.
- What four compunds make up DNA?They are attached by two more at the center but those are not listed in this question their names will be asked for in a seperate question.
- What is the smallest number of genes though to have to be damaged in order for DNA to mutate and form a cancer?
- If a tumor is contained and localized plus hasn't become invasive it is known as a localized or an ____ tumor
- When a client has Nausea very gentle massage in the direction of peristalsis is indicated except when?
- When planning a session for a cancer patient you should include this or these in your treatment plan.
- You should start a massage for someone going through cancer treatment out less intensly because?
- When a cell cannot function correctly it signals for its own destruction, what is this called?
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