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These are based on the objectives put forth in Dr. Gilliam's slides.
Repetitive vibratory movements,
very brisk, hyperactive, indicative of
The extrapyramidal system is located in the
Testing the deep tendon reflexes gives the examiner information regarding the intactness of the
reflex arc at specific levels in the spinal cord.
An abnormal sensation of burning or tingling is best described as
Automatic associated movements of the body are under the control and regulation of:
Term used to describe involuntary muscle movements
Clonus that may be seen when testing deep tendon reflexes is characterized by
set of rapid, rhythmic contractions of the same muscle.
The presence of primitive reflexes in a newborn infant is indicative of
immaturity of the nervous system.
Cerebellar function is tested by
performance of rapid alternating movements.
The _____________ coordinates movement, maintains equilibrium, and helps maintain posture
During the assessment of extraocular movements, two back-and-forth oscillations of the eyes in the extreme lateral gaze occurs. This response indicates
an expected movement of the eyes during this procedure.
The abdominal reflex is an example of a _________ reflex
An area of the body that is supplied mainly from one spinal segment through a particular spinal nerve is identified as a:
Three nervous system divisions
Central, Peripheral, Autonomic
Developmental Stage, culture, stress, medications, illness, lifestyle, personality are all components of what part of the neurological assessment?
age, education level, occupation, dominant hand
Inappropriate response to question;
decreased attention span and memory
Drowsy, falls asleep quickly; once
aroused, responds appropriately
Confusion with disordered perceptions
and decreased attention span;
inappropriate reactions to stimuli
Arousable for short periods; simple
motor or moaning responses; slow
Neither awake nor aware; posturing
Levels of conciousness
Alert, lethargic, obtunded, stupor, comatose