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5 Matching questions

  1. PTSD
  2. seizure
  3. neuroplasty
  4. subdural
  5. psychosis (pl. psychoses)
  1. a pertaining to below the dura mater
  2. b abnormal condition of the mind (major mental disorder characterized by extreme derangement, often with delusions and hallucinations
  3. c sudden surge of abnormal electrical activity in the brain, resulting in involuntary body movements or behaviors
  4. d surgical repair of a nerve
  5. e posttraumatic stress disorder

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. separating a nerve (from adhesions)
  2. paralysis of one (limb)
  3. ganglion
  4. tumor composed of the glial tissue (glioma is used to describe all primary neoplasms of the brain and spinal cord)
  5. a mood disturbance characterized by feelings of sadness, despair, discouragement, hopelessness, lack of joy, altered sleep patterns, and difficulty with decision making and daily function. Depression ranges from normal feelings of sadness (resulting from and proportional to personal loss or tragedy), through dysthymia (chronic depressive neurosis), to major depression (also referred to as clinical depression, mood disorder).

5 True/False questions

  1. psychosomaticoriginating in the mind


  2. quadriplegiaparalysis of four (limbs)


  3. LPlumbar puncture


  4. gli/oglia, gluey substance


  5. radicotomy, rhizotomyprotrusion of the meninges and spinal cord (through a neural arch defect in the vertebral column) (also called myelomeningocele)


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