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WHERE DOES BRACHIAL PLEXUS ARISE FRM

ANT RAMI OF C5-T1

2

BODY'S TEMP REGULATING CENTER

HYPOTHALAMUS

3

SEPARATES PRECENTRAL GYRUS FROM POST CENTRAL GYRUS

ROLANDIC SULCUS / CENTRAL SULCUS

4

DIVIDES TEMPORAL LOBE FROM THE FROM FRONTAL AND PARIETAL

SYLVIAN FISSURE / LATERAL SULCUS

5

VERTICAL DIPLOPIA

TROCHLEAR

6

MEDIAL HAMSTRING REFLEX

L5-S1

7

LATERAL HAMS REFLEX

S1-S2

8

BICEPS REFLEX

C5-C6

9

UPPER ABDOMINAL REFLEX

T7-T9

10

LOWER ABDOMINAL REFLEX

T11-T12

11

PLANTAR REFLEX

S1-S2

12

ANAL REFLEX

S4-S5

13

GLUTEAL REFLEX

L4-L5

14

ONTOGENY RECAPITULATES PHYLOGENY

TEMPLE FAY

15

SENSORIMOTOR APPROACH IN NDT

ROODS

16

BRACING

PHELPS

17

HEAD DOWN, VESTIBULAR

DOMAN DELACATO

18

WIDESPREAD STRETCHING OF AXONS ALONG THEIR LENGTH

DAI

19

REFLEX LOCOMOTIVE ZONES TO ENCOURAGE MOVEMENT

VOJTA

20

PURE MOTOR LACUNAR STROKE

POSTERIOR LIMB OF THE INTERNAL CAPSULE

21

MC PRECIPITATING FACTOR OF MS

STRESS

22

BIKERS PALSY

ULNAR NN

23

PROXIMAL SIDE TO SIDE TREMOR

CEREBELLAR TREMOR

24

TRACT INVOLVED WITH C/L FACIAL WEAKNESS

CORTICOBULBAR TRACT

25

TRANSACTION OF WHAT CAUSES DECEREBRATE RIGIDITY

MIDBRAIN

26

LARGEST COMMISSURAL FIBER

CORPUS CALLOSUM

27

DIAMETER OF THE SC

1-1.5 CM

28

CONTEMPORARY APPROACH FOR SENSORY REMEDIATION

CARS AND SHEPHERDS

29

CHOREIFORM MOVEMENTS AND DEMENTIA

HUNTINGTONS DISEASE

30

DAI TO THIS SITE IS PRIMARILY RESPONSIBLE FOR INITIAL LOC

CORPUS CALLOSUM

31

PRIMARILY INVOLVED IN CEREBRAL HYPOXIA CAUSING LOC

BRAINSTEM

32

CONCERNED WITH ALERTNESS, AROUSAL AND AWARENESS

RAS

33

CONDUCTION BLOCK WITHOUT WALLERIAN DEGENERATION

NEUROPRAXIA

34

IN MS, CLINICIALLY QUIESCIENT WITH PROGRESSIVE NEUROLOGIC DEFICITS.

PLATEAU

35

BEST TIME TO EXERCISE PD PATIENTS

1 hr p taking levadopa in the morning

36

PRIMARY RHYTHM GENERATOR FOR RESPIRATION

VENTRAL RESPIRATORY GROUP

37

NORMAL VALUE OF TWO POINT DISCRIMINATION

3-5 MM

38

MOST STROKE PXS DEVELOP SH HAND SYNDROME THIS TIME POST STROKE

2-4 MOS