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Chapter 1: The Anatomy and Physiology of the Peripheral Nerve

  1. d. Nerve

  2. a. Axillary

  3. c. Axonotmesis

  4. b. Teres minor

  5. c. 2 months

Chapter 4: Peripheral Neuropathy and Vasculitic, Connective Tissue, and Seronegative Spondyloarthropathic Disorders

  1. d. All of the above

  2. c. Electroneuromyogram

  3. a. A functional wrist splint placing the wrist in a neutral radial/ulnar deviation posture

  4. d. All of the above

  5. a. Rheumatoid vasculitis

Chapter 5: Environmental Toxic Neuropathies

  1. a. Ingesting lead-based paint

  2. d. Poorly healing wounds

  3. a. Amy's mother may also have lead intoxication and may have passed the high level of lead to Amy while Amy was in utero.

  4. d. All of the above

  5. d. All of the above

Chapter 6: Critical Illness Polyneuropathy

  1. d. Urinary tract infection

  2. d. All of the above

  3. a. Electrodiagnostic studies

  4. d. All of the above

  5. c. Skin breakdown

Chapter 7: Diabetes Mellitus and Peripheral Neuropathy

  1. b. Monofilament testing

  2. d. Hemoglobin A1c

  3. c. Inability to sweat

  4. a. Painful paresthesias

  5. d. Ankle

Chapter 8: Peripheral Neuropathy and Infection

  1. b. Lyme disease

  2. a. Erythema migrans

  3. b. Borrelia burgdorferi

  4. d. All of the above

  5. a. Antimicrobials

Chapter 9: Peripheral Neuropathy Associated With Nutritional Deficiency

  1. a. Beriberi

  2. d. Skin rash

  3. c. Peripheral edema and congestive heart failure

  4. b. Guillain-Barré syndrome

  5. a. Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome

Chapter 10: Peripheral Neuropathy and Chronic Kidney Disease

  1. d. All of the above

  2. c. Electroneuromyogram of both upper extremities

  3. a. Lack of lower extremity symptoms

  4. d. All of the above

  5. d. All of the above

Chapter 11: Medication- Induced Neuropathy

  1. a. Medication-induced neuropathy is a common side effect of pharmaceutical intervention, the symptoms may have a great impact on the quality of life of the patient, and effective treatment may be difficult to attain.

  2. d. All of the above

  3. b. Peripheral neurons

  4. d. All of the above

  5. a. A tactile sensory neuropathy involving the hands and feet

Chapter 12: Electroneurodiagnostic Assessment and Interpretation

  1. d. All of the above

  2. a. Wrist

  3. d. All of the above

  4. a. Neurapraxia, neurotmesis, axonotmesis

  5. a. Myotonia

Chapter 13: Laboratory Investigation of Suspected Peripheral Neuropathy

  1. d. The therapist cannot, with the current information presented, rule out diabetes as a cause of the falls.

  2. a. Hemoglobin A1c

  3. d. Complete blood count

  4. b. Urinalysis

  5. d. 3 months

Chapter 14: The Examination: Evaluation of the Patient With Suspected Peripheral Neuropathy

  1. b. Yes, ...

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