Parts  1, 2, and 3 have the same questions, however, you must answer with refe

 
Parts  1, 2, and 3 have the same questions, however, you must answer with references and different writing always addressing them objectively, that is as if you were different students. Similar responses in wording or references will not be accepted.
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           Part 3: minimum  3 pages
          
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Parts  1, 2, and 3 have the same questions, however, you must answer with references and different writing always addressing them objectively, that is as if you were different students. Similar responses in wording or references will not be accepted.
 
Part 1: Advanced Pathophysiology
 
Briefly answer the questions in a couple of lines. Do not include unsolicited information
1. What is Partial and a Generalized Seizure?
2. Describe the concepts of each type of Generalized Seizure: 
a. Tonic-Clonic
b. Tonic
c. Myoclonic
d. Absence.
3. Describe when a Partial Seizure is Simple and Complex?
4. Why Pain sensation is important?
5. Compare Acute Somatic vs Visceral Pain.
6. What is referred pain?
7. Acute and Chronic Pain, classify based on time of onset and lasting.
8. Neuropathic Pain concept 
a. Give an example.
9. Mentioned with examples for all Chronic Pain Syndromes 
a. low back pain
b. myofascial pain syndromes
c. chronic postoperative pain
d. chronic pain associated with cancer.
10. Pediatric Pain assessment: signs of pain on this population.
11. How does body temperature is controlled?
12. What is the pathogenesis of fever?
13. Is fever good?… look for benefits of it.
14. What is FUO?
15. Clinical scenario of a Heat Stroke patient.
16. Malignant Hyperthermia: concept, etiology, treatment.
17. Normal body temperature ranges, ranges for Fever and Hypothermia.
18. Compare Brain Death vs Cerebral Death.
19. Compare Delirium vs Dementia: based on etiology, lasting, curability, treatment if apply.
20. Alzheimer’s Dementia: etiology, symptoms, treatment
21. Causes for Increased Intracranial Pressure 
22. Explain why Brain Herniation occurs.
23. Cerebral Edema: etiology
24. What is Hydrocephalus and what cause it?
25. Pathogenesis of Parkinson Disease and symptoms.
26. Compare Upper Motor Neuron vs Lower Motor Neuron Syndromes.
27. ALE Disease: what is this disease? Symptoms.
28. Differential between Epidural, Subdural and Intracerebral Hematomas.
29. Spinal Shock vs Neurogenic Shock.
30. About Strokes…What is: TIA, Thrombosis, Embolic Stroke, Lacunar Stroke.
31. Types of intracranial Aneurysms
32. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: why occurs? Symptoms.
33. Headaches: Symptoms for Migraines, Cluster Headaches and Tension Headaches.
34. SNC Infections: Meningitis: etiology, symptoms, 
35. Multiple Sclerosis: pathogenesis, symptoms
36. Guillain Barre Syndrome: etiology and why occurs? Symptoms
37. Myasthenia Gravis: etiology and why occurs? Symptoms
38. Schizophrenia: neurotransmitters affected. Positive and negative symptoms of this disease
39. What are Mood Disorders?
40. Why does Depression happen?
41. Anxiety: clinical types
Part 2: Advanced Pathophysiology
 
Briefly answer the questions in a couple of lines. Do not include unsolicited information
1. What is Partial and a Generalized Seizure?
2. Describe the concepts of each type of Generalized Seizure: 
a. Tonic-Clonic
b. Tonic
c. Myoclonic
d. Absence.
3. Describe when a Partial Seizure is Simple and Complex?
4. Why Pain sensation is important?
5. Compare Acute Somatic vs Visceral Pain.
6. What is referred pain?
7. Acute and Chronic Pain, classify based on time of onset and lasting.
8. Neuropathic Pain concept 
a. Give an example.
9. Mentioned with examples for all Chronic Pain Syndromes 
a. low back pain
b. myofascial pain syndromes
c. chronic postoperative pain
d. chronic pain associated with cancer.
10. Pediatric Pain assessment: signs of pain on this population.
11. How does body temperature is controlled?
12. What is the pathogenesis of fever?
13. Is fever good?… look for benefits of it.
14. What is FUO?
15. Clinical scenario of a Heat Stroke patient.
16. Malignant Hyperthermia: concept, etiology, treatment.
17. Normal body temperature ranges, ranges for Fever and Hypothermia.
18. Compare Brain Death vs Cerebral Death.
19. Compare Delirium vs Dementia: based on etiology, lasting, curability, treatment if apply.
20. Alzheimer’s Dementia: etiology, symptoms, treatment
21. Causes for Increased Intracranial Pressure 
22. Explain why Brain Herniation occurs.
23. Cerebral Edema: etiology
24. What is Hydrocephalus and what cause it?
25. Pathogenesis of Parkinson Disease and symptoms.
26. Compare Upper Motor Neuron vs Lower Motor Neuron Syndromes.
27. ALE Disease: what is this disease? Symptoms.
28. Differential between Epidural, Subdural and Intracerebral Hematomas.
29. Spinal Shock vs Neurogenic Shock.
30. About Strokes…What is: TIA, Thrombosis, Embolic Stroke, Lacunar Stroke.
31. Types of intracranial Aneurysms
32. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: why occurs? Symptoms.
33. Headaches: Symptoms for Migraines, Cluster Headaches and Tension Headaches.
34. SNC Infections: Meningitis: etiology, symptoms, 
35. Multiple Sclerosis: pathogenesis, symptoms
36. Guillain Barre Syndrome: etiology and why occurs? Symptoms
37. Myasthenia Gravis: etiology and why occurs? Symptoms
38. Schizophrenia: neurotransmitters affected. Positive and negative symptoms of this disease
39. What are Mood Disorders?
40. Why does Depression happen?
41. Anxiety: clinical types
Part 3: Advanced Pathophysiology
 
Briefly answer the questions in a couple of lines. Do not include unsolicited information
1. What is Partial and a Generalized Seizure?
2. Describe the concepts of each type of Generalized Seizure: 
a. Tonic-Clonic
b. Tonic
c. Myoclonic
d. Absence.
3. Describe when a Partial Seizure is Simple and Complex?
4. Why Pain sensation is important?
5. Compare Acute Somatic vs Visceral Pain.
6. What is referred pain?
7. Acute and Chronic Pain, classify based on time of onset and lasting.
8. Neuropathic Pain concept 
a. Give an example.
9. Mentioned with examples for all Chronic Pain Syndromes 
a. low back pain
b. myofascial pain syndromes
c. chronic postoperative pain
d. chronic pain associated with cancer.
10. Pediatric Pain assessment: signs of pain on this population.
11. How does body temperature is controlled?
12. What is the pathogenesis of fever?
13. Is fever good?… look for benefits of it.
14. What is FUO?
15. Clinical scenario of a Heat Stroke patient.
16. Malignant Hyperthermia: concept, etiology, treatment.
17. Normal body temperature ranges, ranges for Fever and Hypothermia.
18. Compare Brain Death vs Cerebral Death.
19. Compare Delirium vs Dementia: based on etiology, lasting, curability, treatment if apply.
20. Alzheimer’s Dementia: etiology, symptoms, treatment
21. Causes for Increased Intracranial Pressure 
22. Explain why Brain Herniation occurs.
23. Cerebral Edema: etiology
24. What is Hydrocephalus and what cause it?
25. Pathogenesis of Parkinson Disease and symptoms.
26. Compare Upper Motor Neuron vs Lower Motor Neuron Syndromes.
27. ALE Disease: what is this disease? Symptoms.
28. Differential between Epidural, Subdural and Intracerebral Hematomas.
29. Spinal Shock vs Neurogenic Shock.
30. About Strokes…What is: TIA, Thrombosis, Embolic Stroke, Lacunar Stroke.
31. Types of intracranial Aneurysms
32. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: why occurs? Symptoms.
33. Headaches: Symptoms for Migraines, Cluster Headaches and Tension Headaches.
34. SNC Infections: Meningitis: etiology, symptoms, 
35. Multiple Sclerosis: pathogenesis, symptoms
36. Guillain Barre Syndrome: etiology and why occurs? Symptoms
37. Myasthenia Gravis: etiology and why occurs? Symptoms
38. Schizophrenia: neurotransmitters affected. Positive and negative symptoms of this disease
39. What are Mood Disorders?
40. Why does Depression happen?
41. Anxiety: clinical types

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