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Stroke - Neurology Online Mock Test 233

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Neurology

Multiple Choice Test



1) Swallowing disorders associated with cortical stroke:

One answer only.
1. Rarely result in aspiration pneumonia
2. Are usually more severe than in brain stem stroke
3. Are usually severe and permanent
4. Respond to thermal stimulation therapy
5. Are always clinically apparent with coughing and choking





2) A lacunar stroke will most likely cause:

One answer only.
1. visual field deficits
2. hemiparesis
3. aphasia
4. agraphia
5. neglect



3) In the retraining of mobility following stroke, the first step is:

One answer only.
1. fitting with an AFO
2. achieving safe transfers
3. achieving standing balance
4. achieving sitting balance
5. achieving independent bed/mat mobility



4) A 69 year-old woman with right hemispheric stroke and resultant swallowing difficulties has a dense left hemiplegia, and left neglect but follows multiple step commands without hesitation. The dysphagia is most likely results from:

One answer only.
1. Decreased level of alertness
2. Impaired oral movement or sensation
3. Paralyzed vocal folds
4. Gastroesphageal reflux
5. Oral muscle spasticity



5) The most common type of stroke is:

One answer only.
1. Lacunar
2. Embolic
3. Thrombotic
4. Intracerebral hemorrhage
5. Subarachnoid hemorrhage



6) A term for the language deficit accompanying cerebral stroke is:

One answer only.
1. agraphia
2. anosognosia
3. dysphagia
4. aphasia



7) The percentage of patents with urinary incontinence one year after stroke is approximately:

One answer only.
1. 20% or less
2. 25-30%
3. 40-50%
4. 60-70%
5. More than 70%



8) Urinary incontinence one week after stroke is best handled by:

One answer only.
1. Indwelling urinary catheter
2. Condom catheterization
3. Intermittent catheterization
4. Timed voids



9) The inability to carry out a motor task on command given adequate strength, sensation, coordination and comprehension is called:

One answer only.
1. Aphasia
2. Apraxia
3. Alexia
4. Aprosodia
5. Abulia



10) A 64 year-old right handed male presents with right upper limb plegia, right lower limb paresis, a hemisensory deficit, a decreased ability to comprehend verbal or written commands and poor language output. His lesion is most likely in the:

One answer only.
1. Anterior cerebral artery distribution
2. Basal ganglia
3. Middle cerebral artery distribution
4. Posterior cerebral artery distribution
5. Brain stem




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