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Not done in pain test Ans: from normal sensation to abnormalsensation Ask px to name/identify 3 objects then ask to repeatthe names of objects. This is a test for:a.Attentionb.Repetitionc.Orientation21.A manifestation of neuromuscular junction dmg? injury?22.Condition causing stridor?23.Which condition requires emergency attention?24.Focal neurologic deficit. Px with Brainstem dysfunction:a.Ipsilateral abnormal deficitsb.Contralateral hemiparesis with Babinskic.Contralateral limb ataxiad.Alle.A and B25.Infarction in the Left Medullaa.A-expectedb.B- not expected26.(+) dysarthria27.(+) quadriplegia28.(+) intentional tremor R29.(+) Babinski R30.(+) numbness in upper & lower*BlindnessinoneeyeandBitemporalhemianopsia(pituitarytumour)0DeepsensorysuperficialVibrationperceptionlighttouchtemperaturediscriminationPositionsenseAstereognosispainperceptionRomberg*peripheralnervedysfunction*severelyimpairedrepititionImpairedrepititionGoodrepititionskills;patientisabletorepeatlongsentences*cranialnerve11Protrude,Fascicollations,weakness0TestdoneforCNIIVisualacuitypupilevaluationvisualfieldtestingConfrontationtestcolorvisiontestingIshiharatestOpticnerveevaluationopthalmoscopy/stereobiomicroscopy
PART 31.Gaitataxia and hypotonia will be seen in a patient with a lesionin the
2.Manifestation of vermian lesiona.Dysarthriab.Scanning speechc.Nystagmusd.Alle.A&C
3.Manifestation of cerebellar dysfunction
4.Test for arm dystaxia:
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Test, nuchal rigidity, hemiparesis, hypotonia, Hyperesthesia

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