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how do you test cranial nerve VII sugar or salt anterior 2/3 tongue
how do you test cranial nerve V sensory-tactile and pain sensation in face motor-feel 2 masseter muscles as patient bites down
how do you test cranial nerve VI extraocular movements
how do you test cranial nerve IX motor-touch pharynx with cotton tipped applicator sensory-tastes on posterior third of tongue
how do you test cranial nerve XI patient shrug shoulder while resist movement; strength of trapezius muscle
how to test cranial nerve X say AH, elicit gag reflex, observing uvula movement
how to test cranial nerve XII stick out tongue and move it from side to side
how to test cerebellar function alternately touching nose with index finger of each hand and repeating motion faster and faster with eyes closed
how to assess remote memory asking info that is factual (mother's name)
how to assess recent memory ask questions about things that happened today
how to assess abstract ability meaning of a proverb
Glasgow Coma Scale rates LOC by assigning numerical value to 3 behavioral components eye opening, verbal response, motor response
Mini Mental State Examination tests which components orientation, registration, attention and calcualtion, recall and language
Brudzinski test nuchal rigidity, indicate meningeal irritation
CAGE questionnaire screening tool for alcoholism
patient presenting with depressive mood should be assessed for suicidal ideation followed by asking if person has a plan
bruit on auscultation indicate what narrowing of vessel as result of atherosclerosis; a complete occlusion would produce no sound
cranial nerve VII lesion produce what s/s decreased facial strength
cranial nerve III lesion produce what s/s diplopia
cranial nerve V lesion produce what s/s decrease facial sensation
cranial nerve VIII lesion produce what s/s dizziness and deafness
cerebellar dysfunction/lesion produce s/s difficulty in most finely coordinated movement
MMSE scoring total=30 ages 18-59=29 ages 80 and older=25 20-25=early Alzheimer 10-19=middle stage Alzheimer <10=late Alzheimer
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