HyeRi- week3problems

HyeRi- week3problems - Week 3 problems 1. There was a major...

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Week 3 problems 1. There was a major car crash on I-5. As the primary neurologist at a trauma unit, you evaluate four patients from the crash who have different symptoms. Based on their responses to your tests, which part of the nervous system is likely to be damaged in these four patients? A. Patient #1 has numbness in the lower left leg, running along the outside of his hip down to the ankle; he has no difficulty in moving any part of the body Dorsal root damage on the left side, in the lower lumber area B. Patient #2 cannot move the right leg, but has full and normal sensation everywhere Ventral Root damage on the right side, lumbar area C. Patient #4 can walk and move the arms normally, but cannot make fine finger movements; he has no problems with somatosensory perception anywhere on the body Pyramidal tracts on both sides are damaged 2. Your patient jumped out of a window and landed on the top of his head. He is laying flat on his back. He appears to be conscious and can even talk. You test his responses to
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