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The Cerebrovascular System II

Neuro Quiz

Identify the correct question

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 Michael McKeough 2008


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Vascular SystemNeuro Quiz

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Arteries100

  • This artery supplies oxygen to the lateral surface of the brain.

What is the middle cerebral artery?

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Arteries200

  • This artery supplies oxygen to the lateral surface of the brain.

What is the anterior cerebral artery?

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Arteries300

  • This artery supplies oxygen to the life support centers of the brain.

What is the basilar artery?

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Arteries400

  • This artery supplies oxygen to the majority of the spinal cord.

What is the anterior spinal artery?

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Arteries500

  • Occlusion of this artery causes the loss of pain and temperature sensation to the ipsilateral face and contralateral body.

What is the posterior inferior cerebellar artery (PICA)?

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Stroke 100

  • This is the most common type of stroke.

What is ischemic?

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Stroke 200

  • This is the primary cause of narrowing of the arteries.

What is cholesterol deposits?

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Stroke 300

  • Strokes occur most frequently at these locations in the vascular tree.

What are bifurcations?

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Stroke 400

  • Stroke involving the internal capsule is caused by occlusion of these arteries.

What are deep penetrating branches of the middle cerebral artery or anterior choroidal artery?

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Stroke 500

  • This type of stroke is caused by systemic anoxia.

  • This type of stroke does not involve the primary perfusion territories of the cerebral arteries.

What is a watershed stroke?

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Veins 100

  • This vein drains the superior white matter in the brain.

What is the superior sagittal sinus?

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Veins 200

  • This structure drains blood from the area of the hypothalamus and hypophysis (pituitary gland).

What is the cavernous sinus?

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Veins 300

  • These structures drain blood around the lateral surface of the brain just above the cerebellum.

What are the transverse sinuses?

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Veins 400

  • This structure empties blood from the brain into the jugular vein.

What is the sigmoid sinus?

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Veins 500

  • This structure delivers blood from the thalamus and deep white matter of the brain out to the surface.

What is the straight sinus?

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Miscellaneous 100

  • The carotid system is responsible for this percent of the blood supply to the brain.

What is 70%?

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Miscellaneous200

  • The brain’s dependence on this form of energy accounts for its susceptibility to ischemic disease.

What is oxygen?

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Miscellaneous300

  • This anestomosis connects the major arteries of the brain.

What is the circle of Willis?

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Miscellaneous400

  • This system supplies blood to the posterior 1/3 of the brain and the brainstem.

What is the vertebrobasilar system?

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Miscellaneous500

  • This is the leading cause of the need for rehabilitation.

What is stroke?

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Pathology 100

  • The impairments and functional limitations caused by stroke are seen on this side of the body.

What is the side opposite the lesion

(contralateral)?

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Pathology 200

  • The specific impairments caused by a stroke are determined by this variable.

What is the site of the lesion or the functional system that was damaged?

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Pathology 300

  • This is the most common visual impairment associated with stroke.

What is hemianopsia?

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Pathology 400

  • Occlusion of the blood supply to this structure will produce sensory and motor impairments of the face, upper extremity, and lower extremity on the side opposite the lesion.

  • Lesion of this structure produced more severe impairments than a cortical lesion of the same size.

What is the internal capsule?

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Pathology 500

  • This effect of stroke, if untreated, produces more impairment and functional limitation than the primary effects of the lesion.

What are the secondary effects of the lesion?

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