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Cognitive Impairment Quiz Part 2

Mitchell Juergens SRN

Crossword Puzzle used to test your knowledge of slides 33 - 58 chapter 21.

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2.Involving or limited to basic principles.
5.An impaired ability to coordinate movement typified especially by a staggering gait.
7.Computer _______________________________ An x-ray technique that produces a film representing a detailed cross-section of tissue. Used primarily to diagnose space-occupying lesions.
8.Not typical; deviating from or not conforming to type.
9.Any abnormal condition that follows and is the result of a disease treatment or injury such as paralysis after poliomyelitis.
12.Is a symptom of Alzheimer's characterized by a state of confusion and agitation. It occurs at the end of the day and sometimes lasts into the night.
13.Acronym for the clinical signs of PD.
15.The pathologic physiologic or biochemical mechanism resulting in the development of a disease or morbid process.
16.Duration for dementia.
23.Any of a class of psychotropic drugs used to treat psychosis particularly schizophrenia; includes the phenothiazine thioxanthene and butyrophenone derivates and the dihydroindolones.
24.Onset of dementia.
25.Complete loss of strength in an affected limb or muscle group.
27.The _____________________________ system is a neural network that is part of the motor system that causes involuntary reflexes and movement and modulation of movement (i.e. coordination).
30.Instrument used to screen for depression in older adults.
32.The second most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer’s disease.
34.An abnormal condition characterized by slowness of all voluntary movement and speech such as caused by parkinsonism other extrapyramidal disorders and certain tranquilizers
35.A lump of platelets fibrins and cellular elements attached to the inner wall of an artery or vein sometimes blocking the flow of blood.
36.A nonmedical person who assists a woman before during or after childbirth.
38.A disorder for which a cause has not yet been found.
39.The removal of material from the surface of an object by vaporization chipping or other erosive processes.
1.attention impairment for clients who have depression.
2.Consciousness for delirium.
3.To run away and to not come back to the point of origination.
4.The restoration of blood flow to an organ or tissue that has had its blood supply cut off as after a heart attack.
6.The ability to understand oneself and the situation in which one finds oneself.
8.Absence poverty or loss of control of voluntary muscle movements.
10.The branch of psychology that deals with the design administration and interpretation of quantitative tests for the measurement of psychological variables such as intelligence aptitude and personality traits.
11.A neurotransmitter that helps control the brain's reward and pleasure centers.
14.Within the tissue of the brain.
17.A quantity of air gas or tissue that circulates and becomes lodged in a blood vessel.
18.____________________________ dementia is a clinical syndrome associated with shrinking of the frontal and temporal anterior lobes of the brain.
19.TransitionaI stage between lethargy and stupor.
20.The average age of onset of PD is about ________ years.
21.The space under the arachnoid membrane and above the pia mater which may fill with blood during cerebral hemorrhage.
22.PD appears to be slightly more common in ____________________________.
26.Delirium is considered a ______________________ cause of altered mental status.
28.Difficult poorly articulated speech resulting from interference in the control and execution over the muscles of speech usually caused by damage to a central or peripheral motor nerve.
29.The environment or setting.
31.Difficulty in swallowing commonly associated with obstructive or motor disorders of the esophagus.
33.Is generally considered the best available method for screening for cognitive impairment and is commonly used.
37.Several studies reported that patients with delirium continue to manifest symptoms up to _____________ months after discharge.

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