224 Exam 1

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Question Answer
Most frequently involved5th, 6th, 7th Cervical Vertebrae
Most frequently involved12th Thoracic Vertebrae
Most frequently involved1st Lumbar Vertebrae
Brown-Sequad SyndromeIpislateral (Same affected side) paralysis w/ loss sensation; move same side
Neurogenic ShockVasodilation =warm extremties; BV displaced=shock; ↓PR &↓BP
Autonomic Dysreflexia (HA & Ck BP)BV below injury constrict urine/feces; toilet; need catheter/disimepaction
Spinal Shock (loss of bladder/bowel tone)transection=muscle wont work;paralytic ileus/temp mimic environment
Widening Pulse Pressure (ICP)Systolic ↑goes up; Diastolic ↓goes down; r/t Cushings Triad BBW/late s/s
Normal CPP60-100
III-"Olympus" OculomotorPERRLA
IV "Towering" TrochlearKing "Lear" is cross-eyed?
V "Tops" Terminal=>TrigeminalSensation-> "Who touched me?? Now Im mad clencing my Jaw!"
VI "A" AbducensLook laterally as I do my AB crunches.
VII "Finn" Facial Sweet/Salty/Frown
VIII "AND" Weber Rinne RombergWBBR
IX "German" GlossopharyngealTouch back of my tongue; say "ah"
X "Viewed" VagusIm going to go to Vegas and wild out/scream, Ck vocal; Swallow liqour
XI "Some" SPinal AccessoryShrug shoulders for a "selfie"
XII "HopS" HypoglossalStick your tongue out for another Selfie...
Epidural HematomaFixed pupils; Unconsious/Concious/Coma
Subdural HematomaR/t rupture of aneurysm; coagulatherapies
Intracerebral Hemorrhage/HemotomaInsidious s/s then HA; Sx craniotomy