28 Multiple choice questions
- Abnormal accumulation of fibrosis connective tissue in skin, muscle, or joint capsule that prevents normal mobility a that site.
- Abnormal slowness of movement; sluggishness
condition caused by enlargement of the cranium caused by abnormal
accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid within the cerebral ventricular
- inflammation of the brain.
- Paralysis of the lower body, including both legs, resulting from spinal cord lesion.
- abnormal visual intolerance to light.
- weakness affecting one side of the body.
- one the same side; affecting the same side of the body.
- Originating in or affecting the opposite side of the body.
- weakness involving all four limbs caused by spinal cord injury.
- excision of a segment of the skull.
- Rigidity of the nape, or back, of the neck.
- Failure of muscular coordination;irregularity of muscular action.
- Partial paralysis of the lower extremities
symptom indicating the onset of a disease. The classic migraine has a
pre headache (prodromal) phase in which the patient may experience
- Inflammation of the membranes of the spinal cord and brain.
- Paralysis of all four limbs caused by spinal cord injury.
- The excision of a vertebral posterior arch, usually to remove a lesion or herniated disk.
- A broad term that refers to cognitive deficit, including memory impairment.
- any incision through the cranium.
- any plastic repair operation on the skull.
- A term that can apply to any nervous system disorder that causes degeneration, or wasting, of the neurons in the nervous system.
reversible state of disorientation oand confusion without drowsiness,
difficulty focusing attention, inability to sleep, and hyperactivity due
to an underlying cause. A fairly common acute condition in older
- Absence or loss of the power of voluntary movement.
- occurring after a sudden attack, such as an epileptic seizure. a recovery period after a seizure.
in which an individual with a spinal cord injury at or above T6
experiences an uninhibited sympathetic response to a noxious stimulus.
- dysfunction of the brain.