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Question 11.Which of the following statements is NOT true?
Question 22.Autonomic dysreflexia typically affects people with a spinal cord injury at which location?
Question 33.The brain is 2-3% of your body mass, but consumes _____ of your calories.
Question 44.How does a penetrating trauma differ from a perforating trauma?
Question 55.A widening or ballooning out of an artery due to a weakened vessel wall is known as a:
Question 66.Which of the following is NOT in the domain of executive functioning?
Question 77.Joseph has Broca's aphasia. What can help him recover his lost abilities?
Question 88.A craniofacial trauma can lead to headaches and seizures when _____.
Question 99.All of the following statements are correct, EXCEPT:
Question 1010.The severe injury to Sadie's head caused _____ fluid to leak from her nose.
Question 1111.Why is the cerebellum important?
Question 1212.A man arrives at your clinic with a history of a heart valve condition. He's also obese, and eats a lot of salt and fat, which can predispose him to the formation of a clot. Being a physician, you tell him:
Question 1313.The most common type of tumor arising in the brain is known as a _____.
Question 1414.The temporary depression or loss of all or most of the reflexes that are below the level of the spinal cord injury is known as which of the following?
Question 1515.Which of the following is NOT one of the ways that aging adversely affects hearing?
Question 1616.The most common type of benign tumor arising in the skull is known as a _____.
Question 1717.Why do people's attentive abilities deteriorate as people age?
Question 1818.Why are neurons different from any other kind of cell?
Question 1919.A disease or other issue with the brain is called:
Question 2020.A 3D image of the brain is called a(n):
Question 2121.How do floaters impact vision as people age?
Question 2222.What are the symptoms people with Broca's aphasia have?
Question 2323.What is atrophy?
Question 2424.A type of seasonal based depression is known as:
Question 2525.Which part of the brain is responsible for thinking and personality?
Question 2626.Why are neuritic plaque and fibrillary tangles dangerous?
Question 2727.Why is an epidural hematoma dangerous?
Question 2828.A condition where the person suffering from it experiences feelings of unworthiness, low self-esteem, and sadness that interfere with a person's ability to work, sleep, and live a normal life is a component of:
Question 2929.Which of the following is NOT improved by exercise?
Question 3030.A traumatic brain injury may result in:
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