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Haney Anatomy C 10

Haney Sports Med C 10

What protects the brain from trauma? The bones of the skull.
What is the name of the seven vertebra that make up the neck. Cervical Vertebra
What concussion has these symptoms, vertigo, loss of consciousness <5 min, temporary loss of memory, and slight mental confusion. Moderate Concussion
A subarachnoid hemorrhage can result in what? Ruptured cerebral aneurysm or an arteriovenous malformation.
What are some symptoms of post concussion syndrome. Personality changes, frustration, learning & memory problems, temper outbursts & memory problems, fatigue & tiredness, inability to concentrate, irritability & impulsivity, blurry vision, and persistent headaches.
What are the most common back injuries? Strains, sprains, and contusions.
What is one method to stop a nose bleed? Have the athlete sit up and pinch the bleeding nostril closed. Put a cold pack on the nose. They should tilt their head forward.
What are mouthpieces used to prevent? Dental injuries & reduce broken jawbone-symptoms.
How long does it take for a epidural hematoma to reach fatal size. 30 to 60 minutes.
What hemorrhage is the leading cause of death due to athletic head injuries? Intracranial Hemorrhage.
"He got his bell rung" or "Someone cleaned his clock" is a phrase referring to what? An athlete getting a hard hit to the head sometimes resulting in a concussion.
What are the names of the 5 regions of vertebrae from the neck down the back? Cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, and coccyx.
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