5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is the incidence of SCI?
- What % of persons with tetraplegia (quadriplegia) return to work?
- What is the most common SCI?
- What happens in a Hemicord Syndrome?
- What is most important for OT's when working with SCI?
- a Transverse Myelopathy
- b Corticospinal paresis ipsilateral below lesion, Dorsal columns (proprioception) Ipsilaterally, Spinothalamic (pain and temp) contralaterally below lesion.
- c Precautions set forth by MD's
- d 40 cases per million
- e 30%
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Further recovery is rare, most recovered function will already be discovered
- Sensory and motor in the majority of key muscles and muscle grade greater than 3/5
- Above or Below the Thoracic Spine
- Ipsilateral and Specific.
5 True/False Questions
In recovery how long is the SC in Spinal Shock? What happens during this time? → Further recovery is rare, most recovered function will already be discovered
Anterior Cord Syndrome affects what pathways? → Corticospinal (motor), and Spinothalamic (pain and temp), Alpha motor neurons.
What is usually affected for a lesion at the center of the spinal cord? → Spinothalamic (pain and temp) bilaterally, and alpha motor neurons. usually at the level of injury or one segment below
What is Radiculopathy? → Herniated Disk, Foramenal Encroachment from arthritis.
What does C5 Tetraplegia mean? → Herniated Disk, Foramenal Encroachment from arthritis.