5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is a Transverse Myelopathy?
- What is the most common SCI?
- What is usually affected for a lesion at the center of the spinal cord?
- What does Brown-Sequard syndrome cause?
- All deficits of Radiculopathy are ___.
- a Lesion that complete crosses the spinal cord.
- b Spinothalamic (pain and temp) bilaterally, and alpha motor neurons. usually at the level of injury or one segment below
- c Ipsilateral and Specific.
- d Hemicord Syndrome
- e Transverse Myelopathy
5 Multiple choice questions
- Cool liquid treatment to the crush injury that reduced inflammation during spinal shock.
- Sensory and motor in key muscles, muscle grade less than 3/5
- Center of spinal cord lesion.
- Vertebral bodies collapse on each other from osteoporosis and it can cause Anterior Cord Syndrome.
5 True/False questions
What does C5 Tetraplegia mean? → Herniated Disk, Foramenal Encroachment from arthritis.
ASIA D) incomplete lesion: → Sensory and motor in the majority of key muscles and muscle grade greater than 3/5
In recovery how long is the SC in Spinal Shock? What happens during this time? → 24-48 hours, Inflammation
What is the leading causes of SCI? → Motor Vehicle Crash at 38.5%, followed by Acts of Violence 24%, Falls 21%, Sports 7%, and others 7%...
6 Months after SCI what happens? → Further recovery is rare, most recovered function will already be discovered