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NeuroDisorders 1

test one of bassich

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what is gray matter (what makes it up) group of nerve cell bodies clustered in the CNS
what is white matter myelinated axons and dendrites
axons are callled____ in the CNS? PNS? CNS- Tracts PNS- Nerves
Areas of the brain that have concentrations of UMN White matter Axons:Tracts - pyramidal -extrapyramidal
Areas of the brain that have concentrations of UMN GRAY matter -cortex -basal ganglia - cerebellum
Areas of the Brain that have concentrations of LMN GRAY matter -Pons +Medulla - midbrain (Brainstem)
Areas of the Brain that have concentrations of LMN WHITE matter Cranial nerves and spinal nerves
Afferent... AAS --Ass Afferent- Ascending (to CNS)- Sensory,
Efferent... EMD- Eat my d**k Efferent-Motor-Descending (from CNS)
Deficiency of Dopamine results in... insufficient cortical motor output. -Hypokentic dysarthria
importance of myelin allows electrical impulses to travel faster and more efficiently
Automaticity Preserved action that doesn't take thought
Example of automatic tasks stereotypical phrases - recitation tasks - singing
LMN terms PNS, Spinal & Cranial nerves, Final Common Pathway
Pyramidal System (corticobulbar) (I-95) direct route from area 4 to CN nuclei - only 1 synapse
Extrapyramidal System (route 1) -indirect route to CN nuclei - many synapses
Why do we need both routes to be intact for normal speech? The Ex.P system serves to refine the crude intial impulses from area 4 by giving feedback
Areas that have topographical organization: Primary motor cortex, sensory cortex, Supplementary Motor Area (SMA), subthalmic nucleus.
Definition : Topographical Organization when a particular area controls specific muscles in the body
Structures involved in Motor PROGRAMMING -SMA -BG -Lateral cerebellum -Fronto-limbic system -motor cortex (area 4)
Structure involves in Execution -SMA -Cerebellum -Basal Ganglia -Motor cortex (area 4) -Thalamus -brainstem -Motorunits (LMN)
Structures involved in motor Planning -Brocas -Wernikes -Prefrontal cortex -Area6 -SMA -Areas 5&7
Dual Roles in planning Programing and Execution SMA (all 3) - Cerebellum (prg & ex) -BG (pr & ex) - Motor;A4 (pr & ex).
For Aunt Tilly case, Remember: Suspect=Left CVA , area 4 Clues- lang deficits, right paresis Call ambulance, drugs to minimize damage
Ataxic Dysarthria Cerebellum
Unilateral Upper Motor Neuron Dysarthria lower half of area 4 / unilateral acute cerebral hemispheres or subcortical areas
Spastic Dysarthria Bilateral chronic (UMN)
Hypokenetic Dysarthria Basal Ganglia - Substantia Nigra
Flaccid Dysarthria PNS/ CN nuclei or neurmuscular junction
Hyperkenetic Dysarthria Basal Ganglia- Striatum
CN: V Trigeminal Motor- jaw elevation Sensory- head & facial sensation, anterior 2/3 of tongue (pressure), gums &velum
CN: VII Facial Motor- upper face, lower face (cheeks, lips) Sensory- taste to anterior 2/3
CN: IX Glossopharyngeal Motor- soft palate Sensory- taste & pressure of posterior 1/3 of tongue
CN: X Vagus Motor- laryngeal mvmt sensory- none
IX & X share the same nucleus called... Nucleus ambiguus
CN XII Hypoglossal Motor- tongue Sensory- none
What 2 other disorders coexist in a person who has apraxia? Aphasia and Unilateral Upper motor neuron dysarthria
Operculum - aka Insula,- little lid - BG is located under
Cerebellum is responsible for coordination, balance, sequencing
difference between Ataxia and Apraxia Ataxia: problems in motor programming/execution (discordination) Apraxia: problems in motor planning Both: trouble sequencing phonemes (via DDK test)
80/20 - Unilateral UMNs Lower face : cheeks & lips Limbs : Arms & legs tongue
50/50 Bilateral UMNs Upper face: forehead,brows,eye lids Larynx:VFs Pharynx:velum
UMN descript -CNS -Tracts - Decussation
LMS descript -PNS -Nerves (CN & Spinal) -Do Not Decussate
Framework: Environment "environment in which speaking occurs;noise,lighting,communication partners, access.
Framework: Activity "Act/difficulty speaking" Hint: Speaks/speaking. Not an articulator. ex : soft voice, monotone, inflection
Framework: Impairment "weak, imprecise movements/production" Hints: Anatomical body parts,articulators. Physiological measure.
Framework: Participation "everyday speaking situations" Hints: QoL reference, social
Created by: catbait