DIAG 2740 Cranial Nerve Scenarios Review 1

DIAG 2740 Cranial Nerve Scenarios Review 1 - as far away as...

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CHOOSE ANSWERS FOR THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS FROM LIST BELOW a. CN I b. CN II c. CN III d. CN IV e. CN V ab. CN VI ac. CN VII ad. CN VIII ae. CN IX bc. CN X bd. CN XI be. CN XII 1. Skeet was in a skateboarding accident. He bumped his head while competing in an X-Games competition. He has found that since the accident, he has had difficulty feeling his face while applying his make-up before going to a drag queen party. He also indicated that he was also having difficulty chewing meat and that he could not feel his tongue ring. Name the cranial nerve that you should evaluate. 2. David complains that he is unable to shrug his shoulders into his wrestling suit. He also noticed that he is having a difficult time turning his head to the left. Name the cranial nerve that you should evaluate. 3. Mrs. Smith comes into your office complaining of not being able to read streets from
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Unformatted text preview: as far away as she used to. During your history you find that she was in a car accident recently. When you check her ability to read fine print you find that she is unable too. Name the cranial nerve that you should evaluate. 4. While taking batting practice, Harold was struck in the ear. His chief complaint is a decrease in his ability to hear low-pitched tones. He also had a hard time hearing his wife beckon him when he is in different room. Name the cranial nerve that you should evaluate. 5. A patient comes into you office and explains that when waking up one morning, she was unable to raise her eyebrows. The patient also stated that she lost her ability to taste the sugar she put in her coffee. Name the cranial nerve that you should evaluate....
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course DIAG 2740 taught by Professor Markamos during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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