Scalp 3

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Scalp 3
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  1. ´╗┐Motor Area: upper 1/5: location affected/indication?
    Lower limb, head, trunk: paralysis of lower limb
  2. Motor Area: middle 2/5: location affected/indication?
    Upper limb: paralysis
  3. Which line(s) treat UMN paralysis of face, motor aphasia, dribbling saliva, impaired speech?
    Motor Facial Area lower 2/5, Speech #1
  4. Which scalp line treats lower limb, head, and trunk symptoms like low back pain, numbness or paresthesia, occipital HA, stiff neck, vertigo?
    Sensory Area upper 1/5
  5. Sensory Area: middle 2/5: location affected/indication?
    Upper limb: pain, numbness, paresthesia
  6. Which scalp line treats facial area symptoms like migraine headache, trigeminal neuralgia, toothache, TMJ arthritis?
    Sensory area lower 2/5
  7. Which scalp line treats paralysis, pain, numbness of lower limb, acute lower back sprain, nocturnal urination, prolapse uterus
    Leg motor & sensory area
  8. Chorea & Tremor control area indication?
    Syndenham's chorea, tremors, palsy
  9. Blood Vessel dilations & constriction area indication?
    superficial edema, hypertension
  10. Vertigo & Hearing area indication?
    tinnitus, vertigo, diminished hearing, Meniere's syndrome
  11. Speech #2 indication?
    nominal aphasia
  12. Speech #3 indication?
    receptive aphasia
  13. Voluntary movement area indication?
    apraxia
  14. Vision area indication?
    cortical blindness
  15. Balance area indication?
    loss of balance due to cerebellar disorders
  16. Stomach area indication?
    discomfort in upper abdomen
  17. LV/GB area indication?
    pain in URQ or right rib cage, chronic hepatitis
  18. Thoracic cavity area indication?
    asthma, chest pain, intermittent supraventricular tachycardia
  19. Reproduction area indication?
    abnormal uterine bleeding, prolapsed uterus (with leg motor area)
  20. Which scalp point: a line starting 0.5 cm posterior to midpoint of midline stretching diagonally across the head to a point at the intersection of the zygomatic arch (superior margin) with the hairline at the temple?
    Motor Area
  21. Which scalp point: a line starting 2 cm posterior to midpoint of midline stretching diagonally across the head to the hairline to a point below the zygomatic arch?
    Sensory Area
  22. Which scalp point: parallel with midline of head, 1 cm beside midpoint (bilaterally), about 3 cm long?
    Leg motor & sensory area
  23. Which scalp point: parallel with and 1.5 cm. anterior to Motor area line?
    Chorea and tremor control area
  24. Which scalp point: parallel with and 3 cm. anterior to Motor area line?
    Blood vessel dilation & constriction area
  25. Which scalp point: horizontal line 1.5 cm above and centered on apex of ear, 4 cm in length?
    Vertigo & hearing area
  26. Which scalp point: vertical line 2 cm beside tuber parietale on back of head, 3 cm in length?
    Speech #2
  27. Which scalp point: horizontal line 1.5 cm above and begins at apex of ear, goes posteriorly 3 cm in length?
    Speech #3
  28. Which scalp point: with tuber parietale origin, three needles can be inserted inferiorly, anteriorly, and posteriorly to a length of 3 cm; between them, the 3 lines will form a 40┬║ angle?
    Voluntary movement area
  29. Which scalp point: 1 cm. lateral to EOP, parallel to midline of head, 4 cm. in length extending upward?
    Vision area
  30. Which scalp point: 3 cm. lateral to EOP, parallel to midline of head, 4 cm, in length extending downward?
    Balance area
  31. Which scalp point: beginning at hairline directly above pupil of eye, parallel with midline of head, 2 cm. in length extending posteriorly?
    Stomach area
  32. Which scalp point: a line 2 cm. in length extending anteriorly from hairline directly above pupil of eye, parallel with midline of head?
    LV/GB area
  33. Which scalp point: midway between and parallel with the midline and a line extending posteriorly from hairline directly above pupil of eye, bilaterally, 2 cm. in length?
    Thoracic cavity area
  34. Which scalp point: parallel and lateral to ST area at a distance equal to that between ST area and Thoracic cavity area, 2 cm in length?
    Reproduction area
  35. Define "nominal aphasia".
    problem with recalling words or names
  36. Which scalp line should be used to treat nominal aphasia?
    Speech #2
  37. Define "receptive aphasia".
    inability to make sense of words heard or interpreted
  38. Which scalp line should be used to treat receptive aphasia?
    Speech #3
  39. Which 2 scalp lines are divided into 5ths?
    sensory & motor
  40. Where is Speech #1 located?
    lower 2/5 of Motor line
  41. What 2 scalp lines are used together to treat a prolapsed uterus?
    leg motor & sensory line, reproduction area
  42. Which scalp line treats superficial edema?
    Blood vessel dilation & constriction area
  43. Which scalp line treats nocturnal urination?
    Leg motor & sensory area
  44. Which scalp line treats intermittent supraventricular tachycardia?
    Thoracic cavity area
  45. When is just one side of the scalp used in treatment?
    hemiplegia, Bell's palsy, stroke (oppositie side)

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