Management of patients with Neurologic infection, Autoimmune disorders, and Neuropathies quiz

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Management of patients with Neurologic infection, Autoimmune disorders and Neuropathies quiz

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1. A positive diagnosis of myasthenia gravis can be reached using the following test:

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2. Identify the bacteria not associated with the cause of septic meningitis:

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3. Bell’s palsy is characterized by weakness or paralysis of the facial muscles. It is a disorder of which cranial nerve?

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4. Bacterial meningitis alters intracranial physiology, causing:

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5. During assessment, the nurse knows that the most frequently reported disabling symptom found in multiple sclerosis is:

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6. The initial neurologic symptom of Guillain-Barré syndrome is:

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7. A brain abscess is a collection of infectious material within the substance of the brain that is caused by:

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8. A surgical intervention that can cause substantial remission of myasthenia gravis is:

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9. The most severe form of meningitis is considered to be:

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10. Tinnitus and vertigo are clinical manifestations of damage to which cranial nerve.

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11. Tic douloureux is characterized by paroxysms of pain and burning sensations. It is a disorder of which cranial nerve?

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