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jaysica2014's version from 2017-06-27 01:45

Section 1

Question Answer
sensation from skin/hair receptortactile
taactile force applieddeep pressure
unpleasantpain
heat/coldthermal sensation
joint posisiton and motionproprioception
complete loss of sensationanesthesia
pins and needlesparasthesia
decreased sensation/increasedhypothesia/hypererthesia
complete loss of pain sensationanalgesia
diminished pain sensationhypoalgesia
behavioral reaction include what type of mechanism?feedback and feedwoward
predict what might happen and planfeedfoward
effect of motion through sensoryfeedback
CNS injury/causesCVA, MS, PD; cells dont replicate
PNS causescarpal tunnal; 8mm/day regrowth, lyme disease, HIV
spinal nerve root pairs 31
area of skin applied by 1 spinal dorsal and nervedermatone
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Section 2

Question Answer
loss of sensation cant occur unless _____ spinal nerves loose function2
brachial plexus locationC4-T1
5 periphreal nervesaxillary, musculocuaneous, radial, median, ulnar
light touch assessmentsemmes-weinstein monofilaments; lightcotton ball
deep pressure assessmenthard cotton ball; point to location
use disciminator tool documnet 1 or two touches2 point discimination
subest thermal degreehot-100; 45-cold; #2 uses all four tubes and puts in order
why is pain importnatallows for detection of stiumuli
olfactory5 odors
tastesweet, sour, salty, bitter; put on cotton ball--tongue
proprioception assessmentmove and say up or down
tapping/vibration; decrease sensationsoft to hard
graded dscimination trainingsensory reeduation: hard to soft
guidlines for sensory dysfunctionmed diagnoses, causes, progrnosis, recovery
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Section 3