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5 Matching questions

  1. Probenicid
  2. miotics
  3. Meinere's disease
  4. sensorineural hearing loss
  5. CN III
  1. a oculomotor (motor) (pupil constriction, upper eyelid, extraocular movement)
  2. b inner ear issue, signs are "drop attacks" where they fall to the floor; nausea and vomiting, tinnitus; believed to be a problem with the endolymph and perilymph (treatment is to restrict fluids or low sodium diet); given antiemetics for N&V (Benadryl, Antivert); surgery is viable option; if untreated they will lose hearing in affected side
  3. c increases the blood levels of PCN and is administered sometimes
  4. d caused by impairment of function of the inner ear or the vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII); can be caused by noise trauma during a long period of time, aging (prebycusis), Meniere's disease and ototoxicity; TB, syphilis, Lyme disease, Diabetes Mellitus, bacterial meningitis
  5. e constrict the eye

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. where the eyes cross
  2. has high frequency hearing loss, so speak clearly and distinctly, don't yell at them, and clean the hearing aid with soft cloth or soap and water
  3. ask if patient has metal in the body; ask them about claustrophobia (may need to be sedated)
  4. grand mal, petit mal (absence), myoclonic, febrile, partial seizure, status epilepticus (medical emergency)
  5. vagus (sensory and motor) (pharynx, larynx, parasympathetic)

5 True/False questions

  1. bacterial conjunctivitisan inflammation or infection of the cornea that can be caused by a variety of microorganisms or by other factors; may involve the conjunctiva and/or the cornea

          

  2. CN Iolfactory (sensory) (smell)

          

  3. stuporrequires stimulation to arouse

          

  4. lethargicawakens easily but exhibits limited responsiveness

          

  5. full consciousnessawake, alert, oriented, interacts with environment