Quiz 2 2010 - Name_ EID _ Quiz 2 BME 365R Nov. 4, 2010 1. A...

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Name____________________________________ EID ______________ Quiz 2 BME 365R Nov. 4, 2010 1. A patient presents with the visual fields shown here. The most likely diagnosis is: a. right posterior cerebral occlusion b. pituitary adenoma c. meningioma in the right orbit d. meningioma in the left orbit 2. A patient presents with the eye movement disorder shown here. What is the CN involved? a. left IV b. left III c. left VI d. right III e. right VI
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3. The spinal cord ends at this level: a. T12 b. L2 c. L4 d. S1 4. All of the following are part of Bell’s Palsy EXCEPT: a. increased sensitivity to sound b. trouble chewing c. decreased tearing d. loss of taste sensation 5. If the vagus nerves were cut bilaterally, all of the following would occur EXCEPT: a. wheezing b. decreased GI peristalsis c. increased heart rate d. hoarse voice e. difficulty swallowing 6. The mandibular branch of the trigeminal nerve exits the intracranial space here: a. foramen spinosum b. foramen ovalle c. foramen rotundum d. superior orbital fissure 7. A patient presents with a history of transient visual loss in the right eye only lasting about 2 minutes. All of the following tests might be helpful EXCEPT: a. carotid Doppler b. blood pressure check c. lipid screen d. CT scan of the orbits 8. A patient has a right hemisection of the mid-thoracic spinal cord. The sensory defect expected: d. loss of P&T in the right arm, loss of proprioception in the right leg
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9. The patient with the right mid-thoracic hemisection of the spinal cord would have what motor defect? a. weakness in the right arm and leg b. weakness in the left arm and leg c. weakness in the right leg d. weakness in the left leg CASE #1: A 49 year old woman with severe hypertension and Parkinson’s Disease had a sudden loss of strength in her left arm and leg. She fell and was brought to the Brackenridge ER by ambulance. On arrival she was obtunded. Neurological examination showed no papilledema, normal pupils, no P&T or proprioception on the left face or body, left facial weakness in the lower face, the tongue deviated to the left when protruded, complete paralysis of the left upper and lower extremities, deep tendon reflexes were absent in the left upper extremity and increased in the left lower extremity and a left Babinski reflex was present 10. What cranial nerves are involved? a. No CN involved, pathology affects supranuclear innervation
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course BME 365R taught by Professor Rylander during the Spring '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Quiz 2 2010 - Name_ EID _ Quiz 2 BME 365R Nov. 4, 2010 1. A...

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