5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is a Transverse Myelopathy?
- What does Brown-Sequard syndrome cause?
- Combined Degeneration of SC are caused by?
- What happens in a Hemicord Syndrome?
- What is most important for OT's when working with SCI?
- a B12 deficiencies (alcoholism and diet) and AIDS
- b Lesion that complete crosses the spinal cord.
- c Hemicord Syndrome
- d Corticospinal paresis ipsilateral below lesion, Dorsal columns (proprioception) Ipsilaterally, Spinothalamic (pain and temp) contralaterally below lesion.
- e Precautions set forth by MD's
5 Multiple choice questions
- Majority of residual functions will be clear
- Spinothalamic (pain and temp) bilaterally, and alpha motor neurons. usually at the level of injury or one segment below
- 24-48 hours, Inflammation
- Above or Below the Thoracic Spine
- No sensory or motor function
5 True/False questions
Anterior Cord Syndrome affects what pathways? → Further recovery is rare, most recovered function will already be discovered
ASIA B) An incomplete lesion consists of: → Only sensory or only motor is impaired
ASIA E) ? → Loss of neurological function in a single spinal root.
what is Anterior Chord Syndrome? → Lesion damage to anterior 2/3 of cord bilaterally at some level.
What percent of persons with paraplegia return to work? → 40%