Scheaffer Test 1.txt

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  1. The second most common pain syndrome in the primary care setting is:
    Headaches
  2. Cervicogenic headache is defined as:
    All of the above
  3. Primary headaches are those which result from an underlying pathology caused by infection, aneurysm or neoplasia:
    False
  4. Aura precedes headache and is caused by vasoconstriction in cervicogenic headaches:
    False
  5. Cervical disc herniations can be a cause of cervicogenic headaches:
    True
  6. Temporal arteritis headache resolves after treatment with´┐Żsteroids?
    True
  7. Known triggers in cluster headaches are:
    All of the above
  8. Trigger points must be present for myofascial pain syndrome diagnosis to be considered:
    True
  9. Temporal arteritis is never found in patients over 60:
    False
  10. X rays are always indicated in diagnosis of migraine:
    False
  11. Ratio of male to female migraine sufferers is 3:1
    False
  12. Pain and temp impulses travel thru which pathway:
    Spinothalamic system
  13. Autoimmune causes of headaches include which of the following:
    Cluster headaches
  14. ESR will be greatly elevated in classic migraine patients:
    False
  15. Diagnosis of tension type headaches include:
    All of the above
  16. Cervical spondylosis is a general term encompassing a number of degenerative conditions which include which of the following:
    All of the above
  17. The annual episodic headache prevalence is about:
    90%
  18. What % of headaches are secondary in nature:
    10% or less
  19. Posttraumatic headache (PTHA) includes which of the following:
    All of the above
  20. Drug induced headaches are rare:
    False
  21. The most common dental problem that causes headache is a tooth abscess:
    True
  22. Temporomandibular joint pain is uncommon as a cause of post traumatic headaches:
    False
  23. Sinusitis can cause severe headache and: present for hours or days, localized to frontal face or vertex regions, tenderness over sinus, may occur regularly:
    All of the above
  24. Fortunately for most pregnant women, the occurrence of headaches tend to lessen or even disappear during the second trimester:
    True
  25. The best choice for diagnosis imaging of a very severe headache that the patient describes as the worse they have ever had:
    MRI

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