A normal pulse quality would be reported as
The following is not a sign of proximal arterial occlusion:
The following are signs of proximal arterial occlusion:
poor color in the fingertips,
slow capillary refill.
Pitting edema that depresses 1/2 to 1 inch is reported as
A complete neurologic exam includes the following areas:
The pitting of edema will usually disappear within how many seconds after the release of pressure:
The cerebral cortex is the center for the following:
A patient who is drowsy but answers questions is considered to be
Normal speech is
clear and strong,
fluent and articulate,
variable in volume.
The term "dysphonia" refers to:
voice changes due to vocal cord problems.
The term "aphasia" refers to:
defective language due to a neurologic problem.
This is one of the three basic grades of memory:
A question about a patient's wife's birthday tests this type of memory:
During the test of extraoccular eye movement, you should trace which figure in front of your patient's eyes:
Stimulation for a blink by touching the eye's surface with fine cotton fibers tests this:
When a person loses his sense of balance, which cranial nerve has most likely been injured?
Damage to Cranial Nerve XII will cause the tongue to deviate in which manner?
away from the side of injury.
The pyramidal pathway within the spinal cord mediates this:
voluntary muscle control
Damage to the extrapyramidal pathways is likely to cause this type of presentation:
increased muscle tone.
The twitchin of small muscle fibers is