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1. For each of the following diagnostic test results, note which part of the brain would have to be damaged to create those symptoms. (include right...

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For each of the following diagnostic test results note which part of the brain would have to
be damaged to create those symptoms . ( include right and left sides in your analysis )
Sensory Testing
Decreased sensation to fine touch pressure and vibration in the right upper lower extremities
Decreased temperature discrimination ( cold vs warm ) in the left upper lower extremities
Motor Testing
Decreased strength and movement of the right upper lower extremities during muscle testing
Decreased strength and movement of left abdominal muscle
Absence of triceps and biceps reflexes in the right upper extremity
2 . For each of the following diagnostic test results , note which specific pathway transmits tha
sensory or motor pathway ( see chapter 15 ) and then indicate which level and side of the spinal
cord would have to be damaged to create those symptoms . ( note : one of the pathways is
already listed for you )
Sensory Testing
Decreased sensation to fine touch pressure and vibration in the right upper lower extremities
Decreased temperature discrimination ( cold us warm ) in the left upper lower extremities
Motor Testing
Decreased strength and movement of the right upper lower extremities during muscle testing
Decreased strength and movement of left abdominal muscle
Anterior Corticospinal Tract :
Absence of triceps and biceps reflexes in the right upper extrem
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