Pathophysiology Study Set 2
Quiz 45: Chronic Disorders of Neurologic Function
Seizures That Involve Both Hemispheres at the Outset Are Termed A
Seizures that involve both hemispheres at the outset are termed A) partial. B) complex. C) focal. D) generalized.
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The primary reason that prolonged seizure activity predisposes to ischemic brain damage is that A) neurons are unable to transport glucose. B) cardiovascular regulation is impaired. C) the brainstem is depressed. D) the metabolic rate of the brain is extremely high.
The dementia of Alzheimer disease is associated with structural changes in the brain, including A) deposition of amyloid plaques in the brain. B) degeneration of basal ganglia. C) hypertrophy of frontal lobe neurons. D) significant aluminum deposits in the brain.
Before making a diagnosis of Alzheimer disease A) a brain biopsy demonstrating organic changes is necessary. B) biochemical tests for aluminum toxicity must be positive. C) other potential causes of dementia must be ruled out. D) increased protein is found in a lumbar puncture.
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