Pathophysiology_Practice_Test_4 - Pathophysiology Practice Test 4 Nervous and Endocrine Systems 1 An example of an acute headache is a Headache

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Pathophysiology Practice Test 4: Nervous and Endocrine Systems 1. An example of an acute headache is: a. Headache associated with meningitis.b. Headache associated with an upper respiratory infection.c. Headache associated with a hangover.d. All of these examples are acute headaches. 2. Pain that is described as being a sharp, localized pain is most likely a: 3. Festinating gait and masked facies are characteristic of: 4. The most common cause of dementia in the U.S. is: 5. Increased intracranial pressure may be manifested by: a. papilledema.b. bulging fontanels.c. alterations in the level of consciousness.d. all of these.
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  • Spring '13
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  • Physiology, brain tissue, Diabetes mellitus type 2, multi-infarct dementia

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