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RIU 436 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: AphasiaExam


Department
Radiation and Imaging - Ultrasound
Course Code
RIU 436
Professor
Miram Teft
Study Guide
Final

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1. How are vessels classified as either anterior or posterior in regard to
cerebrovascular circulation?
1. by the origination of the vessel occurring at the anterior or posterior
portion of the aortic arch
2. by the course of the vessel up the anterior aspect or posterior aspect of
the neck
3. by the end destination of each vessel being either the anterior or posterior
portion of the brain
4. by the end destination of each vessel being either the prefrontal cortex or
cerebellum
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2. What is the main difference between extracranial and intracranial vessels?
1. The distal vascular bed being above or below the level of the c-2 spinal
vertebrae
2. The physical location being above or below the level of the c-2 spinal
vertebrae
3. The physical location being external or internal to the skull
4. The distal vascular bed fed being external or internal to the skull
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3. Which of the following symptoms indicate disease on a specific side (right vs. left)
of the cerebrovascular circulation?
1. Dizziness
2. Severe headache
3. Amaurosis fugax
4. Aphasia
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4. When unilateral cerebrovascular (CV) symptoms occur, which should be
suspected?
1. Contralateral anterior CV arterial disease
2. Contralateral posterior CV arterial disease
3. Ipsilateral anterior CV arterial disease
4. Ipsilateral posterior CV arterial disease
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