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  1. Diabetic Neuropathy
    • occurs with IDDM and NIDDM
    • there is ms atrophy
    • it is a metabolic neuropathy
  2. Chronic compression of nerves and arteries between the clavicle and first rib, would be indicative of?
    TOS
  3. What are some signs and symptoms of Tardy Ulnar Palsy?
    • mono neuropathy
    • complication of an elbow region fracture
    • ceurapraxia with demyelination
  4. An acute inflammatory PNS disorder that involves the spinal nerve root to the distal termination of motor and sensory fibers is?
    Guillian-Barre Syndrome
  5. Ths pt presents with distal symmetrical weakness, diminished DTR's, and eventually lower extremity appearance of inverted champagne bottles.
    • Peroneal Muscular Atrophy
    • AKA....Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
  6. Bell's Palsy is the involvement of cranial nerve?
    VII
  7. Plasmapohoresis is a?
    a process of filtering antibodies from the plasma
  8. A live threatening condition in which seizures are prolonged and recovery does not occur between attacks is?
    status epileptious
  9. Is Charcot Marie Tooth disease inherited?
    yes
  10. Patients with post polio syndrome?
    are unsure of their functional outcome
  11. True or False

    Bell's Palsy develops gradually?
    true
  12. A medication used to help control epilepsy?
    baclophen
  13. Sciatica is best defined as a?
    radiculopathy
  14. Muscle weakness and wating with Myopathy begins?

    a. proximally
    b. distally
    c. medially
    involves proximal weakness & wasting
  15. One way to test for any mononeuropathy would be?
    apply resistance to the agonist muscle group
  16. WORD MOST CLOSELY ASSOCIATED
    Post polio syndrome

    1. energetic
    2. hesitant
    3. new
    4. remission
    new
  17. Word most closely associated?
    Peroneal ms atrophy

    1.unilateral
    2. rapid
    3. selective
    4. temporary
    selective
  18. Word most closely associated?
    Carpal tunnel syndrome

    1. compressed
    2. electric
    3. directed
    4. relaxed
    compressed
  19. Word most closely associated?
    Tardy Ulnar Palsy

    1. collective
    2. immediate
    3. union
    4. deformity
    deformity
  20. Word most closely associated?
    Bell's Palsy

    1. insidious
    2. demyelination
    3. congenital
    4. progressive
    insidious
  21. Word most closely associated?
    TOS?

    1. corrupt
    2. elongated
    3. entrapped
    4. bony
    entrapped
  22. Word most closely associated?
    Guillain-Barre Syndrome
    1. inflammation
    2. spasticity
    3. painfree
    4. rigidty
    inflammation
  23. Word most closely associated?
    Herpes Zoster?
    1. old
    2. soothing
    3. bacterial
    4. rusty
    rusty
  24. Word most closely associated?
    Myasthenia Gravis?

    1. key
    2. childhood
    3. fatigue
    4. impulsive
    fatigue
  25. Word most closely associated?
    Lead Neuropathy

    1. extraordinary
    2. upper extremities
    3. pseudotumor
    4. diabetes
    upper extremity
  26. Word most closely asociated?
    Epineurium?

    1. fascicle
    2. lonely
    3. rhythmic
    4. entirety
    entirety
  27. Word most closely associated?
    Wallerian Degeneration

    1. distal
    2. scattered
    3. disciplened
    4. extraneous
    distal
  28. These 3 things describe what disease?

    1. inherited
    2. steppage gait
    3. symmetrical
    charcot marie tooth
  29. These 3 things descibe what disease?
    repetition
    crowding
    nocturnal pn
    carpal tunnel syndrome
  30. These 4 things describe what disease?

    fracture
    stretching
    surgery
    wrist
    tardy ulnar nerve palsy
  31. These 3 things describe what disease?

    compression
    deinished grip
    weadened triceps
    crutch palsy
  32. These 3 things describe what disease?

    acute
    post infectious
    flaccidity
    Guillain Barre syndrome
  33. These 3 things describe what disease?

    lancination pn
    cranial nerve 5
    peripheral nervous system
    trigeminal neuralgia
  34. These 3 things describe what disease?

    considered an autoimmune disease
    involves weakness of skeletal ms
    a slow progressive course
    Myasthenia gravis
  35. When does segmental demyelination occur?
    it occurs when nerves are externally compressed
  36. What is the first noticeable features of neuropathies?
    sensory
  37. Where do the Schwann cell form myelin?
    forms myelin in the PNS
  38. What kind of disorder is Myasthenia Gravis?
    a motor end plate disorder
  39. What is the primary target in Guillain Barre syndrome?
    myelin of the Schwann cell is the primary target
  40. How is Postpolio Syndrome described?
    is best described as new neuromuscular symptoms years following recovery of polio.
  41. Neurotmesis can be described as?
    complete severance of the nerve fiber and axonal loss, with the covering disrupted
  42. These 3 best describe what ds?

    corticosteroids
    plasmapheresis
    thymectomy
    Myasthenia Gravis
  43. Which is not a treatment for Guillain Barre syndrome?

    plasmaphesis
    thymectomy
    immunoglobulins
    physical therapy
    thymectomy
  44. What ds is this?

    Ms strenght declines in muscles that had preciously been affected and recovered either fully or partially.
    Post Polio
  45. This ds presents with a dermatomal distribution?
    Herpes zoster
  46. definition?

    surgical resection of the dorsl root of the spinal nerve?
    rhizotomy
  47. The term stocking and glove-like sensory loss describes?
    describes the area of dysesthesia in a peripheral neuropathy
  48. Which does Not refer to radial nerve palsy?

    crutch palsy
    Saturday night palsy
    compression injury
    wrist extensor contracture
    wrist extensor contracture
  49. Which is not true of lower motor neuron disorder?

    flaccidity
    decreased deep tendon reflexes
    posterior horn cell involvement
    fascilculations
    posterior horn cell involvement


    (its anterior horn)
  50. Which below does not carry a good prognosis?

    Bells Palsy
    neuropraxia
    guillain barre syndrome
    neurotmesis with nerve cell body death
    Neurotmesis with nerve cell body death
  51. A nerve injury classified as a neuropraxia?

    1. would present with ms atrophy
    2. could be secondary to local compression
    3. would present with marked ischemia
    4. occurs without demyelination
    could be secondary to local compression
  52. The course of Tic Douloureaux (Trigminal neuralgia)?
    remission shorter and attacks become more frequent with time
  53. The skin lesion of Herpes Zoster tends to last?
    up to about a month
  54. A motor end plate disorder involves?
    less ACH realeased and less effective ACH.

    (Myasthenia Gravis)
  55. A positive Phelan's test would be indicative of?
    median nerve entrapment
  56. Neurofibromatosis is considered a?
    a malignant disease of soft tumors distributed all over the body
  57. A patient may experience pain in the area of the mastoid prior to the onset of?
    Bell's Palsy
  58. Medial epicondylectomy and surgical nerve transplant to anterior elbow may reduce or eliminate symptoms of?
    tardy ulnar nerve palsy
  59. An acute inflammatory Demyelinating Polyradiculoneuropathy may begin with?
    an upper respiratory infection a few weeks prior to onset
  60. With Saturday night palsy, the damage is likely to be more extensive if the involvement is?
    more proximal
  61. Which disease has similarities to Pick Disease and was compared during neuro project presentations?
    Alzheimer's disease
  62. Epilepsy with left temporal lobe damage was described as a seizure disorder:)
    severe disability

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