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1

Sensory and motor deficits along one dermatome and myotome is ____

Radiculopathy

2

Flaccid paralysis and specific sensory loss = ____

Peripheral nerve lesion

3

Loss of protopathic on left localize to___

RT ALS tract

4

what could causes LMN signs and UMN signs?

tumor in spinal cord!

pressing on nerve roots (LMN)
also pressing on descending/ascending tracts (UMN)

5

Bilateral propathic loss suggests

anterior white commisure damage

6

Bilateral cranial nerve symptoms suggests

tumor in brain stem

7

miosis is

constriction of the pupil

8

decerebrate posturing localizes to

pons

9

common cause of locked in syndrome?

infarct of basilar artery (blocking blood supply to pons)

10

Motor and sensory together without language signs =

posterior limb of internal capsule

11

internal strabismus suggests ___

abduscens

12

rombergs sign points to

sensory ataxia and NOT cerebellar ataxia (if patient is unsteady with open eyes, that suggests cerebellar ataxia)