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Cerebral Palsy

Which of the following best describe the condition of cerebral palsy?

A. The initial lesion may progress as the child ages

B. It always involves a motor impairment

C. All children diagnosed with cerebral palsy have an apparent lesion on MRI

D. The type of tone a child has will be constant over his/her lifetime

B. It always involves a motor impairment

A lesion in the germinal region of the developing brain that damages pre-oligodendrocytes is known as:

A. Intraventricular hemorrhage

B. Necrotizing enterocolitis

C. Neonatal stroke

D. Periventricular leukomalacia

D. Periventricular leukomalacia

A grade III intraventricular hemorrhage includes which area(s)?

A. Endothelial layer only

B. Endothelial layer plus ventricle

C. Endothelial layer, ventricle, and brain tissue

D. Endothelial layer, ventricle, brain tissue, and cortex

B. Endothelial layer plus ventricle

A child presents with spasticity in all four extremities, but her arms are more affected than her legs. This child is presenting with:

A. Spastic diplegia

B. Spastic hemiplegia

C. Spastic quadriplegia

D. Spastic triplegia

C. Spastic quadriplegia

A swan neck deformity involves which body part?

A. Ankle

B. Finger

C. Knee

D. Trunk

B. Finger

A child you are working with stares off into space while chewing and picking at her clothes. This is most likely what type of seizure?

A. Atonic

B. Complex partial

C. Myoclonic

D. Tonic-clonic

B. Complex partial

An adolescent with IDD is learning to work at the grocery store, bagging groceries, is able to read street and bus signs to travel to and from the store, and has a few friends from high school with whom he likes to watch football games. This teenager is demonstrating what level of ...

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