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Brain Areas: frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital, cerebellum, stem

Understanding Aphasia in Stroke Survivors.... Seeing this makes me wish I was working in a hospital


Understanding Aphasia in Stroke Survivors

babinski sign, abnormal after age 2. can indicate Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's disease), Brain tumor, Friedreich's ataxia, Head injury, Hepatic encephalopathy, Meningitis, Multiple sclerosis, Pernicious anemia, Poliomyelitis (some forms), Rabies, Spinal cord injury, Spinal cord tumor, Stroke, Syringomyelia, Tuberculosis(when it affects the spine)

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Nursing School: Medical Surgical Nursing Mnemonics

Decerebrate vs decorticate postures How I remember: DecErEbrate- ExtrEmEtiEs are facing OUTDeCORticate- extremeties are facing IN to the CORE of the body

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Noticing subtle neuro changes: Nurse Eye Roll's top tips

Noticing subtle neuro changes: Nurse Eye Roll’s top tips