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Module 2 - Quiz

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1. What is the primary function of the gouge clamp in rib modification surgery?

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2. How does the Doyen separator enhance surgical outcomes in rib surgery?

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3. Which instrument is primarily responsible for the separation of muscle and tissue from the anterior periosteum?

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4. How does ultrasound contribute to the evaluation of rib fractures?

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5. Why is accurate measurement of rib angulation important in rib modification surgeries?

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6. What is the primary function of the piezotome in rib corticotomy?

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7. What is a significant drawback of the micromotor compared to the piezotome in rib corticotomy?

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8. How do the piezotome and micromotor differ in their approach to enhancing patient safety and surgical outcomes? Choose all that apply.

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9. What is the primary function of periosteal elevation instruments in rib surgery?

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10. What role does real-time feedback play in surgeries using advanced devices?

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11. Which instrument is primarily responsible for facilitating periosteal lifting and separation?

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12. Which instrument is primarily responsible for delicate fracturing of the rib with minimal collateral damage?

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13. Which instrument is primarily responsible for the separation of muscle and tissue from the anterior periosteum?

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14. What role does the freer elevator play in rib modification surgeries?

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15. What does the ability to identify different types of fractures with ultrasound enable surgeons to do?

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16. How does the piezotome enhance surgical outcomes in rib corticotomy?

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17. What distinguishes the micromotor's functionality in rib corticotomy procedures?

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18. Which of the following features are true about the piezotome? Choose all that apply.

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19. Which of the following features are true about the micromotor? Choose all that apply.

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