Questions for assessing the 5th year students’ initial knowledge of the disciplines
for assessing the 5th year students’ initial knowledge of the disciplines.
Name the great vessels which supply blood to the brain.
Name the vessels which form the circle of Willis.
Name the ventricles of the brain.
Total amount of CSF in an adult person. Name the CSF circulation pathways.
Name the number of segments in different regions of the spinal cord.
Tell the level at which the spinal cord ends in an adult person. Gender and age peculiarities.
Name the structures which form the diencephalon.
Name the meningeal arteries of the brain and tell braches of which artery they are.
List the basal nuclei of the brain.
Name the lobes of cerebral hemispheres.
Name the processes of the dura mater.
Name the parts of the cerebellum.
List the cranial nerves.
Name the long rami of the brachial plexus.
Name the principal parts of the autonomic nervous system.
Name the bones which form the cerebral cranium.
Name the cranial sutures.
Name the meninges of the brain.
Name the sinuses of the dura mater.
Histology, pathologic anatomy, normal and pathologic physiology
Name what parts neural cells consist of.
Name the principal stages of peripheral nerves’ regeneration.
Name which cells the brain consists of.
Name the types of nerve fibers.
Define the terms brain edema and brain swelling.
Define the spinal shock.
Tell which electrophysiological values reflect the function of impulse conduction through the nerve fiber.
Tell which electrophysiological values reflect the function of muscular fiber excitation.
Name types of ischemia and their sources.
Name types of sensitivity disorders.
Name the types of paralyses.
Indicate where the motor speech area is located (Broca’s).
Indicate where the sensory speech area is located (Wernicke’s).
Name the types of aphasia.
Name the symptoms of cerebellar disorders.
Name the symptoms characteristic of central paralyses.
Name the symptoms characteristic of peripheral paralyses.
Name the meningeal symptoms.
List changes in the CSF in case of inflammatory processes, spinal cord tumors, and hemorrhagic strokes.
Name the values of normal CSF pressure during lumbar puncture in the recumbent and sitting position.
Name the types of consciousness disorders.
Name the types of epilepsy.
Define the term epileptic status.
List the types of hemianopias and indicate lesions of which parts of the nervous system cause those hemianopias.
List the symptoms of the temporal lobe lesion.
List the symptoms of the frontal lobe lesion.
List the symptoms of the occipital lobe lesion.
List the symptoms of the parietal lobe lesion.
List the symptoms of the pons lesion.
List the symptoms of the medulla lesion.
Name the causes of an ischemic stroke.
Name the causes of hemorrhagic stroke.
List the oculomotor disorders in lesions of the cranial nerves.
Operative surgery, traumatology, radiology, emergency medicine
List the types of cranial bones’ fractures.
Name the types of traumas of the vertebral column.
Define the term osteochondrosis.
Name the types of primary wound debridement.
List the methods of arresting the soft tissue bleeding.
List the methods of arresting the bleeding from the dura mater.
Name the types of cranial trepanations.
Name the types of stabilizing surgeries in case of trauma of the spine.
Draw the Kronlein-Bryusova schematic.
Name the symptoms of the traumatic shock.
Name the emergency care measures in case of clinical death.
Name the emergency care measures in epileptic status.
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