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5 Matching questions

  1. Putamen
    Globus Pallidus
  2. -Resting tremor
    -Bradykinesia - Slowness of movement
    -Rigidity of extremities
    -Minimal facial expression - masked facies
    -Shuffling gait with decreased associated movements such as arm swinging
    -In some cases these symptoms are also associated with dementia
  3. -Resting tremor
    -Choreic movements
    -Ballistic movements
  4. Twisting movements of limbs, face, and trunk
  5. abnormal involuntary movements
  1. a Symptoms or signs in basal ganglia damage
  2. b Hyperkinesia
  3. c Athetosis
  4. d Parkinson's Disease
  5. e Lenticular nucleus

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Huntington's Disease
  2. Thalamus
  3. Resting tremor
  4. Direct pathway
  5. Indirect Pathway

5 True/False questions

  1. Continuous involuntary movements of the face, limbs or trunkChorea


  2. Striatum:
    1. Caudate
    2. Putamen


  3. Pathologically there is loss of dopaminergic neurons in the Substantia nigra pars compactaHuntington's Disease


  4. decreased amplitude of movementHypokinesia


  5. Increased resistance to passive movements of the limbsRigidity