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PTH220 sensation

sensation

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loss of sensation a.hyperalgesia b.analgesia c.hyperesthesia d.anesthesia anesthesia
loss of pain a.hyperalgesia b.analgesia c.hyperesthesia d.anesthesia analgesia
what is the patients ability to organize and use sensory information called? A.Nociception B.Sensory Testing C.Sensory integrity D.Proprioception Sensory integrity
what examines a patients sensory integrity by determining pt's interpretation and discriminationgs of sensation? A.Sensory integrity B.Proprioception C.Sensory Discrimination D.Sensory Testing Sensory Testing
cutaneous receptors that detect light tough, vibration, 2-point discrimination are called _____. A.Proprioceptors B.Nociceptors C.Stereoceptors D.Exterocepters Exteroceptors
Exteroceptors dectect temerature. T/F? True
Proprioceptors detect superficial sensations, Exteroceptors detect deep sensations. T/F? False
which receptors are located withing muscles, joints and tendons? A.Exteroceptors B.nociceptors C.Visual receptors D.proprioceptors proprioceptors
which receptors concern with posture position awarness withing the joint, and speed? A.nociceptors B.Vestibuloreceptors C.Proprioceptors D.Anterolateral receptors Proprioceptors
which receptors determine deep touch, 2-point discrimination and vibration? Exteroceptors or Proprioceptors? Exteroceptors
which receptors determine speed and direction of movement and posture? Exteroceptors or proprioceptors proprioceptors
which of the following are combined cortical sensation tests? A.2 point discrimination B.Kinesthesia C.Vibration D.Proprioception 2 point discrimination
which of the following is a superficial sensation test? A.pain B.temerature C.vibration D.Pressure pain temperature pressure
L4 Dermatome could be tested on what area? A.web space between 2nd &3rd toes B.Popliteal area C.the shin D.medial aspect of big toe D
which of the following may be considered a cognition test? A.fund of knowledge B.assessment of memory C.tactile pressure D.calculation A and D
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