1. 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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2. Broca's is responsible for X and Wernicke's is responsible for Y
- X)Expressive, motor y)Receptive, comprehension
- X)Receptive, comprehension Y)Expressive, motor
- X)Expressive, comprehension Y)Receptive, motor
3. Aphasia is
- Inability to communicate. Either broca's or wernicke's are affected. Understanding and use of correct words in writing or speaking.
- Lack of communication, has some understanding but not all. Broca's is affected onlly
- Inability to communicate. Wernicke's is affected only
4. What is the correct definition of stroke?
- A rapidly occurring focal disturbance of cerebral function with presumed vascular origin that lasts more than 24 hours
- A slow occurring ischaemic attack on the brain leading to focal disturbance of cerebral function in the vascular system
- A rapidly occurring vascular disturbance of focal origin of presumed vascular origin that lasts more than 24 hours
5. Broca's area is located in the
- Basal ganglia
- Pre-motor area of the left frontal lobe.
- Pre-central gyrus