Answer each of the following questions in complete sentences. Each question should be at least 3 to 5 sentences for the Comprehension Question.
1. While playing on her swing set 10-year-old Yasrnin falls and breaks her right leg. At the emergency room, the physician tells Yasmin’s parents that the proximal end of the tibia, where the epiphysis rimets the diaphysis, is fractured. The fracture is properly net and eventually heals. During a routine physical when she A 18, Yasmin learns that her right leg is 2 cm shorter than her left, probably because of her accident What might account for this difference?
2. Tess is diagnosed with a disease that affects the membranes surrounding the brain. The physician tells Tess’s family that the disease is caused by an airborne virus. Explain how this virus could have entered the cranium.
3. Ed tonne owe his ankle while playing tennis. He experiences swelling and pain, but after examination he is told that there are no torn ligaments and that the structure of the ankle is not affected. On the basis of the signs and symptoms and the examination results, what do you think happened to Ed’s ankle?