Neither metabolic, vasogenic, nor ischemic edema is observed as a result of noncommunicating hydrocephalus.REF: p. 37622.An adult is diagnosed with communicating hydrocephalus. The form of hydrocephalus in adults is most often caused by:REF: p. 37623.A 16-year-old male fell off the bed of a pickup truck and hit his forehead on the road. He now has resistance to passive movement that varies proportionally with the force applied. He is most likely suffering from:REF: p. 377, Table 15-16
24.A patient reports tiring easily, having difficulty rising from a sitting position, and the inability to stand on toes. The nurse would expect a diagnosis of:REF: pp. 376-37725.A patient has paralysis of both legs. What type of paralysis does the patient have?a. Paraplegiab. Quadriplegiac. Infraparaplegiad. ParesthesiaANS: AParaplegia is the paralysis of both legs. Quadriplegia is the paralysis of all four extremities. Infraparaplegia is not a description of paralysis. Paresthesia is a loss of sensation, not paralysis.REF: p. 382, Box 15-626.Spinal shock is characterized by:
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