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The brain is a small part of the human body but whose direct and indirect effects on the body are extensive. The same applies when it comes to its study. The Neuro exam below quiz 2 has more.

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    Observinng patient's behavior and activities?

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    A term used to describe a closed head injury in which there is brief disruption in level of conscienceness, amnesia regarding the occurance, and headache.

The human brain comprises of 60% of fat and is one of the fattest organs in the human body weighing 3 pounds. It is responsible for most of our body`s functions. How much do you know about the parts and functions of the...

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    A 68~year-old woman is brought to the emergency department by her godson. He explains that she unexpectedly began to have sudden movements of her left arm. The examination reveals a slender woman with hypertension and periodic, uncontrollable flailing movements of her left upper extremity suggestive of hemiballismus. Assuming this resulted from vascular occlusion, MRI would most likely show an infarction in which of the following structures?


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    A patient with daytime sleepiness is sent to a sleep lab for analysis. Just after midnight, the EEG records K complexes and sleep spindles. What stage of sleep is being recorded?

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    The most common permanent disability in children.
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