corrections in 2001 dentaldecks-need help

dentaldoc

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    Hi all,
    I need ur help guys. I have 2001 decks and haven't made the corrections that the decks website has updated. But now as they released 2004 decks they removed the '2001decks corrections' page from their website. I called them regarding this, they told it is obsolete! Now I am helpless:( ...If any one of you had stored the page in ur pc..pls send it to me:clap: ..or kindly post it here. Thanks in advance:clap:
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    sam3

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      Sure I wanted to do so,but this was the message I got when I tried to do it :

      "You have attempted to upload an invalid type of attachment. The valid extensions for attachments are: gif jpg png bmp jpeg pdf "

      Green emerald come onnnnnnnnnn I already told you am a good boy:(,I just do not know how to upload it on SDN:( & I already e-maild it 2 detaldoc without waiting for his respond for doing so .
       

      wiztooth

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        Hi dentaldoc
        ya...there are only 15 cards....sorry I couldn't send any attachment as I made the corections in the decks it-self.....sam is indeed a good boy to send those to you:clap:....might be you can attach it....or else can try for copying and pasting it....!!!just my 2 cents:D
         

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          dentaldoc said:
          Hi all,
          I need ur help guys. I have 2001 decks and haven't made the corrections that the decks website has updated. But now as they released 2004 decks they removed the '2001decks corrections' page from their website. I called them regarding this, they told it is obsolete! Now I am helpless:( ...If any one of you had stored the page in ur pc..pls send it to me:clap: ..or kindly post it here. Thanks in advance:clap:
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          hi,
          can somebody please tell me about these dental decks..i have 2001 dental decks..are they sufficient for ndb part 1 exam?or does anyone has anything else..if yes please lemme know..am studying kaplan's review notes and past few years ndb question papers..does anyone has past 10 years ndb papers?are they really helpful..please reply asap.
           
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          pavi1230

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            sudhakar kolla said:
            hi! jus cant open the attachment.can u mail it to me.thanks in advance.
            sudhakar





            Dental Decks Part I 2001 Edition
            Section: Anatomic Sciences
            Category: Nrv S
            Card: Which lobe of the cerebrum listed below is responsible for hearing?

            The chart on the back of the card, column one reads Precentral gyrus of parietal lobe

            Correction: Postcentral gyrus of parietal lobe

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            Section: Anatomic Sciences
            Category: Hrt
            Card: All of the following statements concerning the heart are true, except:

            On the back of the card, the third paragraph (The heart is enclosed...), the third sentence reads The serous pericardium has two layers: the parietal layer (inner) and the visceral layer (outer).

            Correction: The serous pericardium has two layers: the parietal layer (outer) and the visceral layer (inner).

            The fourth sentence reads Between these two layers (serous and fibrous) is the pericardial space, which contains pericardial fluid that minimizes friction as the heart beats.

            Correction: Between these two layers of the serous pericardium (parietal and visceral) is the pericardial space or cavity, which contains pericardial fluid that minimizes friction as the heart beats.

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            Section: Anatomic Sciences
            Category: Msl
            Card: Which muscle of the neck listed below separates the anterior and posterior triangles of the neck?

            The chart on the back of the card, concerning the stylohyoid muscle, the fourth column (Action) reads Elevates and retracts tongue

            Correction: Elevates and retracts the hyoid bone

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            Section: Anatomic Sciences
            Category: MSL
            Card: The myofibrils of a skeletal muscle fiber are arranged into compartments called:

            On the back of the card, the third sentence
            reads The A bands contain only actin filaments.

            Correction: The light bands contain only actin filaments and are called I bands because they are isotropic to polarized light.

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            Section: Anatomic Sciences
            Category: Nrv
            Card: Which nerve listed below innervates the posterior belly of the digastric muscle?

            On the back of the card, the third paragraph(The Infrahyoid Muscles...), the second sentence reads All of them are innervated by the ansa cervicalis, which is a loop formed by branches of the cervical plexus (C1, C2, and C3).

            Correction: All of them except the thyrohyoid muscle are innervated by the ansa cervicalis, which is a loop formed by branches of the cervical plexus (C1, C2, C3,). The thyrohyoid muscle is innervated by C1 fibers that travel through the hypoglossal nerve (CN XII).

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            Section: Anatomic Sciences
            Category: Lym S
            Card: Lymph leaves the lymph node through the:

            On the back of the card, the third sentence reads From the medullary sinuses, the lymph leaves the node via the afferent lymphatic vessels, which transport the lymph into efferent collecting vessels,....

            Correction: From the medullary sinuses, the lymph leaves the node via the efferent lymphatic vessels, which transport the lymph into efferent collecting vessels,....

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            Section: Anatomic Sciences
            Category: Msl
            Card: Which of the following refers to the sarcoplasmic reticulum present in skeletal muscle?

            On the back of the card, The Note at the bottom of the card reads Skeletal muscle enlarges with prolonged activity and as a consequence of an increase in sarcoplasm and the number of myofibrils within each muscle fiber.

            Clarification: If this is confusing to anyone, perhaps this will clear up any confusion. It is mainly a great increase in the numbers of additional myofibrils (which is cause by progressively greater numbers of both actin and myosin filaments in the myofibrils) that causes muscle fibers to hypertrophy. IMPORTANT: The number of muscle fibers does not increase, the size of each fiber increases.

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            Section: Anatomic Sciences
            Category: Endr S
            Card: Which gland below is both an exocrine and endocrine gland?

            On the back of the card, the second paragraph reads ENDOCRINE PORTION, the third bullet under this reads Delta cells - secrete somatostatin which inhibits the release of growth hormone

            Correction:

            Delta cells secrete somatostatin which acts locally within the islets of Langerhans themselves to depress the secretion of both insulin and glucagon



            Clarification: It should also be recalled that somatostatin is the same chemical substance as growth hormone inhibitory hormone, which is secreted in the hypothalamus and suppresses anterior pituitary gland growth hormone secretion.

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            Section: Biochemistry / Physiology
            Category: Min / Vit
            Card: All of the following are water-soluble vitamins EXCEPT:

            On the back of the card the second line of the Note, reads pantothenic acid (vitamin B3),...

            Correction: pantothenic acid (vitamin B5)

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            Section: Biochemistry / Physiology
            Category: MSL
            Card: All of the following statements concerning muscle spindles are true EXCEPT:

            On the back of the card, #1 under Notes at the bottom of the card reads The muscle spindle is arranged parallel with the main muscle fibers (extrafusal fibers);....

            Clarification: Muscle spindles are found within the belly of muscles and run parallel with the main muscle fibers. The annulospiral endings (sensory terminals)are wrapped around specialized muscle fibers that belongs to the muscle spindle (intrafusal fibers) and are quite separate from the fibers that make up the bulk of the muscle (extrafusal fibers).

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            Section: Biochemistry / Physiology
            Category: Metab
            Card: The branch point molecule of glycolysis is:

            On the back of the card, the third bullet((Conversion to oxaloacetate) under The possible fates of pyruvate has a Note that reads pyruvate carboxylase is found in the liver and brain, but not in muscle.

            Correction: pyruvate carboxylase is found in the liver and kidney, but not in muscle. Important point: The pyruvate carboxylase reaction is the most important anaplerotic reaction in the liver and kidney of mammals.

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            Section: Biochemistry / Physiology
            Category: Hrm
            Card: Match the hormone on the left with the appropriate gland or structure that produces it on the right. Note: the gland or structure can be used more than once or not at all.

            On the back of the card, with reference to Antidiuretic hormone, the second column reads Pituitary gland

            Correction: the second column should read hypothalamus.

            Clarification: The posterior lobe of the pituitary gland secretes only two hormones: antidiuretic hormone and oxytocin. In reality, these hormones are produced by nerve cells within the hypothalamus. These nerve cells have projections (axons) that extend to the posterior pituitary, where the hormones are released.

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            Section: Microbiology / Pathology
            Category: Vir
            Card: All of the following statements are true, except:

            On the back of the card, the last sentence in the first paragraph reads Examples of positive polarity RNA viruses include orthomyxoviruses and paramyxoviruses.

            Correction: Examples of negative polarity RNA viruses include orthomyxoviruses and paramyxoviruses.

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            Section: Microbiology / Pathology
            Category: Sub
            Card: All of the following statements concerning serotonin are true, except:

            On the back of the card, the second paragraph (SEROTONIN (5-hydroxytryptamine), the second sentence reads Serotonin increases the dilation of blood vessels and stimulates platelet aggregation (blood clotting).

            Correction: Serotonin is a powerful vasoconstrictor and stimulates platelet aggregation (blood clotting)

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            Section: Microbiology / Pathology
            Category: Syndr
            Card: Which malabsorption syndrome listed below is an inherited disorder in which an allergic intolerance to gluten, a protein, causes changes in the intestine that results in malabsorption?

            On the back of the card the second paragraph reads Celiac Disease may begin at any age, however, the initial sign of this disease is usually the failure to thrive in an infant growing normally until cereals are started.

            Correction and clarification: Celiac disease affects people differently. Some people develop symptoms as children, others as adults. One factor thought to play a role in when and how celiac appears is whether and how long a person was breastfed--the longer one was breastfed, the later symptoms of celiac disease appear, and the more atypical the symptoms. Other factors include the age at which one began eating foods containing gluten (for example, cereals) and how much gluten is eaten.

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              pavi1230 said:
              Dental Decks Part I 2001 Edition
              Section: Anatomic Sciences


              Section: Anatomic Sciences
              Category: Nrv
              Card: Which nerve listed below innervates the posterior belly of the digastric muscle?

              On the back of the card, the third paragraph(The Infrahyoid Muscles...), the second sentence reads All of them are innervated by the ansa cervicalis, which is a loop formed by branches of the cervical plexus (C1, C2, and C3).

              Correction: All of them except the thyrohyoid muscle are innervated by the ansa cervicalis, which is a loop formed by branches of the cervical plexus (C1, C2, C3,). The thyrohyoid muscle is innervated by C1 fibers that travel through the hypoglossal nerve (CN XII).

              No! Not thyrohyoid its geniohyoid thats supplied by C1 fibers via CN XII.
              Great work though!!
               

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                dentist78 said:
                pavi1230 said:
                Dental Decks Part I 2001 Edition
                Section: Anatomic Sciences


                Section: Anatomic Sciences
                Category: Nrv
                Card: Which nerve listed below innervates the posterior belly of the digastric muscle?

                On the back of the card, the third paragraph(The Infrahyoid Muscles...), the second sentence reads All of them are innervated by the ansa cervicalis, which is a loop formed by branches of the cervical plexus (C1, C2, and C3).

                Correction: All of them except the thyrohyoid muscle are innervated by the ansa cervicalis, which is a loop formed by branches of the cervical plexus (C1, C2, C3,). The thyrohyoid muscle is innervated by C1 fibers that travel through the hypoglossal nerve (CN XII).

                No! Not thyrohyoid its geniohyoid thats supplied by C1 fibers via CN XII.
                Great work though!![/QUOT



                Well, Thyrohyoid is innervated as well, Check it out:

                http://www.meddean.luc.edu/lumen/meded/grossanatomy/dissector/mml/thyh.htm
                 
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