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    • LESSON 4 Disorders of the nervous system
    • GET ¼ SHEET OF PAPER PREPARE FOR A QUIZ LATER….
    • DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM  Meningitis  Poliomyelitis  Neuritis  Tumor  Migraine  Epilepsy  Alzheimer’s disease  Head injuries
    • MENINGITIS Is an acute inflammation of the meninges covering the membranes of the brain and the spinal cord
    • POLIOMYELITIS Is an acute viral infection that commonly affects the spinal cord. It causes a major illness resulting to serious damage of certain nerve cells controlling the muscles, causing paralysis.
    • NEURITIS Is an inflammation of the nerve. It may caused not only by infection, but also by poisoning, alcoholism, or injury.
    • TUMOR Is an abnormal enlargement of a part of the body.
    • MIGRAINE Severe headache that occurs from time to time is sometimes confined to only one side of the head.
    • EPILEPSY Is a disruption of the electrical processes in the brain that may cause abnormal functioning.
    • ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE Slowly progressive disease of the brain that is characterized by impairment of memory.
    • HEAD INJURIES Skull fracture Concussion Cerebral contusions and laceration
    • SKULL FRACTURE Injury is often caused by accidents. It is not serious by itself, but injury to the brain may result
    • CONCUSSION Can cause sufficient shock to the brain can produce unconsciousness.
    • CEREBRAL CONTUSIONS & LACERATION Severe head injuries, the surface of the brain become bruise and torn
    • PREPARE FOR A QUIZ Get ¼ sheet of paper QUIZ 3 15 seconds per slide BE READY!
    • 1. Is an acute inflammation of the meninges covering the membranes of the brain and the spinal cord a. Meninges b. Migraine c. Tumor d. dementia
    • 2. Is an acute viral infection that commonly affects the spinal cord. It causes a major illness resulting to serious damage of certain nerve cells controlling the muscles, causing paralysis. a. Poliomyelitis b. Tumor c. Neuritis d. Laceration
    • 3. Is an inflammation of the nerve. It may caused not only by infection, but also by poisoning, alcoholism, or injury. a. Neuritis b. Tumor c. Migraine d. neuritis
    • 4. Is an abnormal enlargement of a part of the body. a. Tumor b. Migraine c. Laceration d. meningitis
    • 5. Severe headache that occurs from time to time is sometimes confined to only one side of the head. a. Migraine b. Tumor c. Dementia d. neuritis
    • 6. Is a disruption of the electrical processes in the brain that may cause abnormal functioning. a. Epilepsy b. Tumor c. Migraine d. laceration
    • 7. Slowly progressive disease of the brain that is characterized by impairment of memory. a. Alzheimer's disease b. Tumor c. Migraine d. epilepsy
    • 8. Can cause sufficient shock to the brain can produce unconsciousness. a. Concussion b. Tumor c. Migraine d. epilepsy
    • END! Pass your papers!