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A loss of the ability to use objects properly is called:
 
  A) aphagia.
  B) aphasia.
  C) akinesia.
  D) apraxia.

QUESTION 2

Surgical repair of a blood vessel or a nonsurgical technique for treating diseased arteries by temporarily inflating a tiny balloon inside an artery is called ________.
 
  Fill in the blank(s) with correct word

QUESTION 3

The ________ cranial nerve controls voice production, slowing of heartbeat, and acceleration of peristalsis.
 
  A) glossopharyngeal
  B) vagus
  C) accessory
  D) hypoglossal

QUESTION 4

The treatment using an electrical shock to restore a normal heart rhythm is called ________.
 
  Fill in the blank(s) with correct word

QUESTION 5

The ________ nerve provides sensory input for hearing and equilibrium.
 
  A) optic
  B) oculomotor
  C) trochlear
  D) vestibulocochlear

QUESTION 6

Narrowing of the bicuspid valve in the heart is known as ________.
 
  Fill in the blank(s) with correct word

QUESTION 7

Unilateral seizures can be characterized by:
 
  A) electrical disturbances that are localized to the source of the seizure.
  B) electrical discharge confined predominantly to one of the two hemispheres of the brain.
  C) widespread electrical discharge in both the right and left hemispheres of the brain.
  D) no brain disturbance.
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[Answer to ques. #1]  D
Explanation: A) Aphagia is lack of the ability to swallow and eat.
B) Aphasia is lack of speech.
C) Akinesia is lack of voluntary movement.
D) Correct.

[Answer to ques. #2]  angioplasty

[Answer to ques. #3]  B
Explanation: A) The glossopharyngeal nerve provides a sense of taste and regulates swallowing.
B) Correct.
C) The accessory nerve permits movement of the head and shoulders.
D) The hypoglossal nerve controls tongue movement.

[Answer to ques. #4]  cardioversion

[Answer to ques. #5]  D
Explanation: A) The optic nerve facilitates vision.
B) The oculomotor nerve serves to move the eyeball.
C) The trochlear nerve also helps to move the eyeball.
D) Correct.

[Answer to ques. #6]  mitral stenosis

[Answer to ques. #7]  B
Explanation: A) Partial seizures (focal seizures) are characterized by electrical disturbances localized to areas of the brain near the source or focal point of the seizure.
B) Correct.
C) Generalized seizures (bilateral, symmetrical) are characterized by widespread electrical discharge that involves both the right and left hemispheres of the brain.
D) All seizures are episodes of disturbed brain function.
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