Final Exam Review Includes a summary of the guest lecture given for the last three lectures of the course.

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Department
Kinesiology
Course
KIN 255
Professor
Karen Van Ooteghem
Semester
Fall

Description
Guest Lecture The DISordered Central Nervous system am McIlroy Damage lo the central nervous system commonly leads Ho problems With 1. sensation and/or 2. movement control specific problems depend on whott specific, parts of the CNS are damaged 3. Basal Gang a Regions of the CNG I. Cortex 2. cerebellum W. spinal cord movement Disorders. l. Hypo nesia slaw or diminished movements Akinesla inability to init ICHe movements Brordytnesio- abhormal slowness mavaments 2. Hyper kinescu- exaggerated or increase movements 3. Dyskinesia difficulty in controlling naement, conormal movement Piega paralysis Hemiplegia paralysis on one side of bod y Parciplegra paralysis of lower limbs Guadrapegia- parol Usis of all limbs a. Paresis weakness Hemiparesis weabmess on ome side of body
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