Rehabilitation Sciences 3060A/B Final: Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury Terms
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Department
Rehabilitation Sciences
Course
Rehabilitation Sciences 3060A/B
Professor
Thomas Overend
Semester
Fall

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Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury Term Definition Source Adhesion The abnormal union of surfaces, MedlinePlus. (2010). Medical Dictionary. which would be normally Retrieved June 1, 2010 from Merriam separated by the formation of Webster Website: http:www2.merriam new fibrous tissue resulting from webster.comcgi an inflammatory process. binmwmednlm?book=Medicalva=adhesi on Arteriovenous AVMs are defects of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders Malformation circulatory system that are and Stroke. (December 18, 2009). NINDS (AVM) generally believed to arise Arteriovenous Malformation Information during fetal development or soon page. Retrieved June 1, 2010, from NINDS: after birth. http:www.ninds.nih.govdisordersavmsav If they are located in the brain oms.htm spinal cord, they can have widespread effects on the body. Seizures, headaches and other neurological symptoms occur depending on the location of the AVM. Atelectasis The collapse of part or all of a Atelectasis. (May 7, 2010). In Medline lung. It is caused by a blockage Encyclopedia. Retrieved June 1, 2010, from of the air passages or by outside Medline Plus Encyclopedia Online: pressure on the lung. http:www.nlm.nih.govmedlineplusencya rticle000065.htm Autonomic An overactivity of the SciInfoPages. (March 23, 2009). Dysreflexia autonomic nervous system Autonomic Dysreflexia. Retrieved June 1, causing a sudden onset of 2010 from SciInfoPages Website: excessively high blood pressure. http:www.sciinfopages.comad.html Babinskis Sign Dorsiflexion of the big toe in Definition of Babinski Sign. (1998). response to scraping the sole of MedicineNet.com. Retrieved June 1, 2010 the foot. from http:www.medterms.comscriptmainhp.as p Clonus Repetitive, rhythmic Clonus. (January 21, 2008). In Multiple contractions of a muscle when Sclerosis Encyclopedia. Retrieved June 1, attempting to hold it in a 2010 from Multiple Sclerosis Encyclopedia stretched state. It is a strong, Online: http:www.mult deep tendon reflex that occurs sclerosis.orgclonus.html when the central nervous system fails to inhibit it.
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