CVA.csv

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CVA.csv
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  1. CVA results in _____ motor neron dysfunction
    UPPER
  2. Crucial time for recovery after at stroke
    3-6 months
  3. Hemiplegia is a major motor impairment that is contralateral to
    the site of the lesion
  4. NOTE: Determine whether the exam question is referring to the LESION SITE or
    SIDE OF BODY w hemiplegia
  5. LEFT CVA results in hemiplegia or Hemiparesis on what side
    RIGHT
  6. Impaired mvmt from RIGHT side of body
    LEFT CVA
  7. Impaired sensory info from RIGHT side of body
    LEFT CVA
  8. Impaired visual reception from RIGHT field
    LEFT CVA
  9. Bilateral motor praxis
    LEFT CVA
  10. verbal memory loss
    LEFT CVA
  11. Bilateral auditory reception
    LEFT CVA
  12. Broca's aphasia
    LEFT CVA
  13. Wernicke's aphasia
    LEFT CVA
  14. Dysarthria
    LEFT CVA
  15. processing of verbal auditory infor
    LEFT CVA
  16. dysphagia
    LEFT or RIGHT CVA
  17. incontinence
    LEFT or RIGHT CVA
  18. RIGHT CVA results in hemiplegia or Hemiparesis on what side
    LEFT
  19. Impaired mvmt from LEFT side of body
    RIGHT CVA
  20. Impaired sensory info from LEFT side of body
    RIGHT CVA
  21. Homonymous Hemianopsia
    RIGHT CVA
  22. Visual inattention
    RIGHT CVA
  23. Apraxia (motor; ideational)
    RIGHT CVA
  24. Figure ground
    RIGHT CVA
  25. LEFT motor praxis
    RIGHT CVA
  26. NON-verbal memory
    RIGHT CVA
  27. emotional lability
    RIGHT CVA
  28. perseveration
    RIGHT CVA
  29. decreased judgment
    RIGHT CVA
  30. depression
    RIGHT CVA
  31. interpretation of abstract info
    RIGHT CVA
  32. Apraxia
    an acquired disorder of motor planning. Inability to execute learned purposeful movements inspite of having the desire and physical capacity to perform mvmts
  33. ideational Apraxia
    loss of perception of objects purpose. I.e.: using a comb in the mouth
  34. bilateral motor Apraxia
    can't carry out planned mvmts
  35. anosognosia
    deficit of self awareness-not aware of one's disability
  36. contralateral conjugate gaze
    motion of both eyes in the same direction at the same time
  37. Homonymous Hemianopsia
    field loss on the same side of BOTH eyes where the visual field loss is on the left or right side of the vertical midline
  38. anomia
    word recall
  39. agraphia
    writing
  40. acalculia
    simple math
  41. alexia
    reading
  42. bulbar pseudebulbar paralysis
    paralysis of face; tongue; pharynx; neck; palate
  43. nystagmus
    involuntary eye mvmts
  44. ptosis
    dropping of the upper or lower eyelid
  45. diplopia
    double vision
  46. simultanognosia
    can only perceive ONE object at a time
  47. Lack of auditory comprehension; alexia; oral expression; agraphia; ability to interpret gestures; acalculia
    aphasia
  48. Loss of all language skills; oral expression except for utterances; may appear to understand more than capable because they are sensitive to gestures; vocal inflections; facial expressions
    GLOBAL APHASIA
  49. Speech Apraxia; agrammatism (telegraphic); good auditory comprehension except when speech is rapid; lengthy; complex. Reading comprehension maybe severely impacted. Probs writing; acalculia; deficits in monetary concepts
    BROCA'S APHASIA
  50. Impaired auditory comprehension and feedback; paraphasic speech with work substitution errors; meaningless word sequence; neologisms (non-English nonsense words) interspersed with real words; limited reading and writing comprehension; impaired math skills
    WERNICKE'S APHASIA
  51. Probs with word retrieval; mild to severe probs w reading comprehension and written expression; mild deficits in math skills
    ANOMIC APHASIA
  52. Articulation disorder; paralysis and incoordination of the organs of speech; speech sounds are slurred; thick; sluggish. NOT APHASIA
    Dysarthria
  53. Precautions and Contraindications
    DVT; respiratory; cardiac disease; bowel & bladder dysfunction; subluxation (commonly misaligned glenohumeral joint - support the shoulder); pressure ulcers; falls; dysphagia; seizures; visual inattention

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