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5 Matching questions

  1. midbrain
  2. psychogenic
  3. neurology
  4. cerebral thrombosis
  5. cerebrum
  1. a pertaining to the cerebrum, abnormal condition of a clot (blood clot in a blood vessel of the brain). (Onset of symptoms may appear from minutes to days after an obstruction occurs; a cause of ischemic stroke)
  2. b largest portion of the brain, divided into left and right hemispheres. The cerebrum controls the skeletal muscles, interprets general senses (such as temperature, pain, and touch), and contains centers for sight and hearing. Intellect, memory, and emotional reactions also take place in the cerebrum.
  3. c originating in the mind
  4. d study of nerves (branch of medicine dealing with diseases of the nervous system)
  5. e most superior portion of the brainstem

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. multiple sclerosis
  2. sudden deficient supply of blood to the brain lasting a short time. The symptoms may be similar to those of stroke, but with TIA the symptoms are temporary and the usual outcome is complete recovery. TIAs are often warning signs for eventual occurrence of a stroke
  3. condition of difficulty speaking
  4. injury to the brain caused by major or minor head trauma; symptoms include vertigo, headache, and possible loss of consciousness.
  5. electroencephalogram

5 True/False questions

  1. neurectomyexcision of a nerve

          

  2. CNSperipheral nervous system

          

  3. anxiety disorderdisease characterized by early dementia, confusion, loss of recognition or persons or familiar surroundings, restlessness, and impaired memory

          

  4. subdural hematomanerve weakness

          

  5. dur/ohard, dura mater

          

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