What are the characteristics of PNS Dysfunction?
What are the characteristics of CNS dysfunction?
Describe Large-Myelinated Afferent Peripheral Axons
Describe small efferent peripheral axons
What are the three types of Peripheral Neuropathies?
What is Myelinopathy and its prognosis?
What is Axonopathy and its prognosis?
What is Severance and its prognosis?
Describe the characteristics of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (Pathology Box).
What are the characteristics of Multiple Mononeuropathy?
What are the characteristics of Polyneuropathy?
Describe the characteristics of Diabetic Polyneuropathy (Pathology Box)
What are two examples of Myoneural Junction Dysfuction?
What is Myopathy?
True or False: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is due to the compression of the median nerve and causes only motor symptoms
True or False: The signs and symptoms for CTS are both sensory and motor, and are due to compression of the ulnar nerve
True or False: Traumatic axonopathy is a mononeuropathy that occurs because of Schwann cell death.
True or False: The signs and symptoms of CNS dysfunction are in a dermatomal or myotomal pattern
True or False: The correct order from proximal to distal in the brachial plexus is as follows: Spinal Nerve Root Rami->Division-> Trunks-> Cords-> Branches
True or False: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is due to compression of the medial nerve in the tunnel