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51.A cerebral hemorrhage occurs when a blood vessel in the brain

a.tangles.c.ruptures.

b.blocks.d.stiffens.

 

 

 

52.What is a more common term used to describe a cerebral vascular accident?

a.Parkinson’s diseasec.Presbycusis

b.Presbyopiad.Stroke

 

 

 

53.Juliana has just suffered an interruption of blood flow to her brain. Her doctor has told her that she has just experienced a(n) ____ and that they should now do what they can to prevent the onset of a stroke.

a.transient ischemic attackc.amyloid

b.presbycusisd.circadian rhythm

 

 

 

54.After a series of strokes, Jerry is unable to recognize family members and has a very difficult time understanding his native language. The most probable diagnosis is

a.Huntington’s disease.c.vascular dementia.

b.neuritic plaques.d.presbycusis.

 

 

 

55.The key factor in determining the impact of vascular dementia is

a.which areas of the brain are damaged.

b.the age of the individual involved.

c.which areas of the heart are damaged.

d.the sex of the individual involved.

 

 

 

56.What is not used as a diagnostic test for vascular dementia?

a.Computer tomography

b.Magnetic resonance imaging

c.Neuropsychological tests

d.Measurement of neurotransmitter levels

 

 

 

57.As a typical 80-year-old, Joan’s ____ would have decreased significantly since she was 20.

a.lung size

b.ability to take a big, deep breath

c.chance for developing a COPD

d.chance for being short of breath following exercise

 

 

 

58.Carmen has a very difficult time breathing. Even after walking short distances, she is gasping for air. Carmen is exhibiting symptoms of

a.Parkinson’s disease.

b.circadian rhythms.

c.presbycusis.

d.chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

 

 

 

59.Which does not belong?

a.Emphysema

b.Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

c.Dysphoria

d.Asthma

 

 

 

60.Despite the fact that Feodor’s hands shake and he has a difficult time walking, positioning, and moving his body to get in and out of chairs, he remains mentally sharp. Feodor appears to have

a.Parkinson’s disease.

b.Alzheimer’s disease.

c.Huntington’s disease.

d.chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

 

 

 

 

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