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ginjupitered.com/0/student.php?sz-f99504358w-49048,3499409,0 Case study 20.2 (p.467) Trace the flow of CSF from its origin to the site of the lumbar puncture: Subarachnoid space, median foramen of brainstem, choroid plexus of fourth ventricle Choroid plexus of lateral ventricle, subarachnoid space, cerebral aqueduct Choroid plexus of the lateral ventricle, cerebral aqueduct, subarachnoid space Cerebral aqueduct, epidural space, interventricular foramen Case study 20 scenario (p.467) After several days of a pounding headache, Polai went to the university clinic, hoping for a prescription that would provide a cure But after she explained her symptoms, instead of being sent home with a prescription, she was sent to the hospital for a lumbar puncture (also called a spinal tap) to determine whether she had contracted meningitis In this procedure, a needle is inserted into the lumbar region to obtain a sample of cerebrospinal fluid Before gona to the end of this chapter to answer questicns about this story, try this chagter to imagine how Polai’s cerebrospinal flaid might differ from normal if she indeed had meninaitis use what you learn as you read esrch jupitered.com/0/student.php?sz-f99504358w-49048,3499409,0 Case study 20.3 (p.467) One possible (though rare) complication of bacterial meningitis (inflammation of the meninges) could be a spread of bacteria to the cerebellum. Which of the following is NOT a function of the cerebellum? Coordinates skilled movement Interprets language Helps control posture Controls balance Case study 20 scenario (p.467) After several days of a pounding headache, Polai went to the university clinic, hoping for a prescription that would provide a cure. But after she explained her symptoms, instead of being sent home with a prescription, she was sent to the hospital for a lumbar puncture (also called a spinal tap) to determine whether she had contracted meningitis. In this procedure, a needle is inserted into the lumbar region to obtain a sample of cerebrospinal fluid. Before going to the end of this chapter to answer questions about this story, try to use what you learn as you read this chapter to imagine how Polar’s cerebrospinal fluid might differ from normal if she indeed had meningitis. P 13 of 13

 

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