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Stroke - Neurology Online Mock Test 235

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Multiple Choice Test



1) Which of the following is the most commonly seen complication in the upper limb with post stroke hemiplegia?

One answer only.
   1. Extension contracture of the fingers
   2. Reflex sympathetic dystrophy
   3. Rotator cuff tendonitis
   4. Persistent shoulder pain
   5. Brachial plexopathy





2) The percentage of patients able to ambulate with or without gait aids following stroke is:

One answer only.
   1. well more than 50%
   2. 25 to 50%
   3. 10 to 25%
   4. less than 10%
   5. worst for lacunar stroke



3) Surgical intervention for symptomatic carotid disease in low risk situations may be beneficial when stenosis is:

One answer only.
   1. 10-25%
   2. 30-45%
   3. 50-65%
   4. 70-99%
   5. 100%



4) Sensory neglect is most likely to occur in a:

One answer only.
   1. left occipital hemorrhage
   2. brainstem infarct
   3. right parietal stroke
   4. right subcortical stroke
   5. left frontal stroke



5) Shoulder-hand syndrome is characterized by:

One answer only.
   1. Nail pitting
   2. Limb vasomotor instability
   3. Joint erosions
   4. Loss of sensation
   5. Changes in nerve conduction velocities



6) A stroke patient with dysphagia will most likely:

One answer only.
   1. have difficulty naming objects
   2. be deaf
   3. have urinary incontinence
   4. cough when swallowing water
   5. have emotional lability



7) Receptive aphasia:

One answer only.
   1. is fluent
   2. is nonfluent
   3. may be caused by lesions in the medial temporal lobe
   4. may be caused by lesions in Broca's area
   5. a and c are correct



8) Cerebral infarction most commonly involves the:

One answer only.
   1. anterior cerebral artery territory
   2. middle cerebral artery territory
   3. posterior cerebral artery territory
   4. lenticulostriate artery territory



9) It is currently recommended to give methylprednisolone at "spinal dose" (30mg/kg bolus, followed by 5.4 mg/kg/hr drip for 23 hours) within:

One answer only.
   1. 2 weeks of injury
   2. 8 days of injury
   3. 8 hours of injury
   4. 2 hours of injury



10) The most common cause of death in the early period following a stroke is:

One answer only.
   1. Recurrent stroke
   2. Myocardial infarction
   3. Pneumonia
   4. Pulmonary Embolus




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