Ch.7 Terms - Ch.7 Terms 1 Chronic central nervous system disease characterized by fine slowly spreading tremors muscular weakness and shuffling

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1. Chronic central nervous system disease characterized by fine slowly spreading tremors, muscular weakness, and shuffling gait (two words) a. Parkinson’s Disease 2. Bilateral, symmetrical, non-progressive paralysis resulting from birth defects (two words) a. Cerebral Palsy (C.P.) 3. Inflammation of the inner, middle or external ear a. Otitis 4. A swelling of blood a. (Hematoma) 5. What disease is also known as Lou Gehrig's disease that is the rapid and progressive degeneration of motor neurons of the anterior horn and corticospinal tracts? (Three words) a. (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) 6. Refers to a split mind a. (Schizophrenia) 7. Inflammation of the tear sac a. (Dacryocystitis) 8. Inflammation of the tear gland a. (Dacryoadenitis) 9. Inflamed eyelid a. (Palpebritis) 10. Breakdown of the macular lutea retinae in the center of the retina (two words) a. Macular Degeneration 1. Drooping eyelid a. Blepharoptosis 2. Inflammation of the eardrum a. Myringitis 3. Concave lenses would correct problems where objects are only seen clearly a. Myopia
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4. Impairment of the ability to read as the result of a variety of disease
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This note was uploaded on 08/02/2011 for the course CHM 2045 taught by Professor Geiger during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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Ch.7 Terms - Ch.7 Terms 1 Chronic central nervous system disease characterized by fine slowly spreading tremors muscular weakness and shuffling

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