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1. Broca's is responsible for X and Wernicke's is responsible for Y

  • X)Expressive, comprehension Y)Receptive, motor
  • X)Expressive, motor y)Receptive, comprehension
  • X)Receptive, comprehension Y)Expressive, motor
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2. Dysarthria

  • Expressive disorder of speech characterised by poor articulation.
  • Motor disorder of speech characterised by poor articulation. Difficulty in producing or sustaining range, force, speed and coordination of movements. This affects breathing, phonation, resonance and articulation.
  • Receptive disorder of speech characterised by poor articulation.

3. Autonomic dysreflexia is

  • Overactivity of the ANS in response to an irritating stimulus below the level of the spinal chord injury e.g Full bladder Symptoms occur as a reflex is activated that increases the sympathetic portion of the ANS. Increased spasms and heart rate
  • Overactivity of the ANS in response to an irritating stimulus below the level of the spinal chord injury e.g Full bladder Symptoms occur as a reflex is activated that increases the sympathetic portion of the ANS. Increased spasms and BP
  • Overactivity of the ANS in response to an irritating stimulus below the level of the spinal chord injury e.g Full bladder Symptoms occur as a reflex is activated that increases the sympathetic portion of the ANS.Only below L5

4. Dysmetria is

  • Lack of coordination of movement typified by undershoot and/or displacement of limbs
  • Lack of coordination of movement typified by the undershoot and/or overshoot of intended position
  • Loss of coordination of movement typified by the overshoot and spasticity of intended movement

5. What is cerebral shock?

  • Cerebral hypoperfusion is when the blood supply to the brain is decreased, it is often associated with cerebral hypoxia
  • Cerebral hyperfusion is not the opposite of cerebral hypoperfusion

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