Intracranial Hemorrhage Quiz

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Do you know enough about Intracranial hemorrhage? Take up the quiz below and check for yourself. Intracranial hemorrhage (abbreviated as ICH) refers to the bleeding within the skull. Hence, it is also called brain bleed. It's a life-threatening emergency situation, and one should immediately reach the doctor or call 911 for help. This quiz contains some of the common questions related to intracranial hemorrhage. Play it out and learn some of the crucial terms. All the best!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Sensory speech, AKA broca's area, is almost always located where
    • A. 

      Left side of the brain

    • B. 

      Right side of the brain

    • C. 

      Pre-central gyrus

    • D. 

      Post-central gyrus 

  • 2. 
    Aphasia is due to which two areas of the brain being effected
    • A. 

      Sensory speech (brocas area) and auditory association area

    • B. 

      Sensory speech area (brocas area) and primary somesthetic cortex

    • C. 

      Auditory association area and motor speech area

    • D. 

      Motor speech area and prefrontal area

  • 3. 
    If a pt is having a stroke but does not feel much it is likely effecting the
    • A. 

      Thalamus

    • B. 

      Cortex

    • C. 

      Basal ganglia

    • D. 

      Cranial nerves

  • 4. 
    Brainstem included all
    • A. 

      Midbrain, pons, medulla, Reticular activating system (RAS) 

    • B. 

      Midbrain, pons, cerebellum, cortex

    • C. 

      Medulla, Reticular activating system (RAS), midbrain, cortex

    • D. 

      Cortex, pons, cerebellum, medulla

  • 5. 
    Damage to the cerebellum causes
    • A. 

      Poor coordination

    • B. 

      Poor motor fxn

    • C. 

      Poor sensory/ feeling sensations

    • D. 

      Inability to stay awake

  • 6. 
    Stroke at the cerebellum symptoms show on which side (s) of the body
    • A. 

      Same side

    • B. 

      Opposite side

    • C. 

      Unilateral 

    • D. 

      All of the above

  • 7. 
    Left middle cerebral artery stroke would cause this effect EXCEPT
    • A. 

      Facial droop

    • B. 

      Weak arms

    • C. 

      Speech slurred

    • D. 

      Unbalanced

    • E. 

      Blindness

  • 8. 
    Stroke that appears with aphasia and opposite hemiparesis of arm/face its
    • A. 

      Middle cerebral

    • B. 

      Anterior cerebral

    • C. 

      Posterior cerebral

    • D. 

      Vertebrobasilar

  • 9. 
    Stroke involving vertigo, ataxia (impaired walk), medulla problems (bad vitals) is likely located
    • A. 

      Vertebrobasilar

    • B. 

      Posterior cerebral

    • C. 

      Middle cerebral

    • D. 

      Anterior cerebral

  • 10. 
    Thunder clap headaches
    • A. 

      Subarachnoid haemorrhage 

    • B. 

      Intercranial haemorrhage

    • C. 

      Middle cerebral ischaemia 

    • D. 

      Posterior cerebral ischaemia

  • 11. 
    Opposite hemiparesis of leg and UMN signs is a stroke of
    • A. 

      Anterior cerebral

    • B. 

      Middle cerebral

    • C. 

      Posterior cerebral

    • D. 

      Vertebrobasilar

  • 12. 
    Opposite hemiparesis of arm/face, UMN signs, and aphasia
    • A. 

      Middle cerebral stroke

    • B. 

      Anteriror cerebral stroke

    • C. 

      Posterior cerebral stroke

    • D. 

      Vertebrobasilar stroke

  • 13. 
    Contralateral loss of visual field, cortical blindness is a stroke from where
    • A. 

      Posterior cerebral

    • B. 

      Vertebrobasilar

    • C. 

      Middle cerebral

    • D. 

      Anterior cerebral

  • 14. 
    65 y/o male presents with hx of hypertension that he sometimes takes his meds for and left sided facial droop and speaking garbeled words, where is the likelyhood of this stroke happening?
    • A. 

      Middle cerebral

    • B. 

      Anterior cerebral

    • C. 

      Posterior cerebral

    • D. 

      Vertebrobasilar

  • 15. 
    Subarachnoid bleeds can be diagnosed by:
    • A. 

      Lumbar puncture +heme +LDH

    • B. 

      CT 

    • C. 

      CBC

    • D. 

      CBC and Hx of high blood pressure TIA or seizures

  • 16. 
    Circle of willis comes off of where
    • A. 

      Internal carotid

    • B. 

      External carotid

    • C. 

      Middle carotid

    • D. 

      Middle meningeal

  • 17. 
    Meningeal artery enters into the skull thru the
    • A. 

      Foramen spinosum

    • B. 

      Foramen ovale

    • C. 

      Foramen magnum

    • D. 

      Jugular foramen

  • 18. 
    Epidural bleeds are caused by
    • A. 

      Meningeal artery tear

    • B. 

      Internal carotid tear

    • C. 

      Aneurisyms around the circle of wilis

    • D. 

      Venous bleed of bridging vein tear

  • 19. 
    Epidural bleed involves all BUT
    • A. 

      Will not show anything in CSF

    • B. 

      Requires drill to alleviate pressure 

    • C. 

      Will show stuff in CSF

    • D. 

      CT scan 

  • 20. 
    High pressure bleeds include
    • A. 

      Epidural, subarchnoid, hemorragic CVA

    • B. 

      Subdural, epidural, hemorragic

    • C. 

      Iscemic CVA, epideral, subarachnoid

    • D. 

      TIA, epidural, and hemorragic CVA

  • 21. 
    Sneezing can cause which kind of bleed
    • A. 

      Subdural

    • B. 

      Epidural

    • C. 

      Subarachnoid

    • D. 

      None of the above

  • 22. 
    52 y/o M lifelong alcoholic, found by friend in park, acting differently likely is suffering from
    • A. 

      Subdural bleed

    • B. 

      Epidural bleed

    • C. 

      Subarachnoid bleed

    • D. 

      Middle cerebral stroke

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