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collection of blood (caused by hemmorhage)
hematoma
space between bumps on brain
sulci
bumps on brain
gyri
eye bulge
proptosis or exopthalamos
covering of eyeball
sclera
straight
rectus
paralysis
palsy
optic nerve goes briefly into optic nerve on opposite side before entering tract
von willebrands knee
can’t see out of same side of both eyes
homonymous hemianopia
can’t see out of lateral eyes
bitemporal hemianopia
can’t see out of medial eyes
binasal hemianopia
paralysis of eye
opthalmoplesia
when schwann cells become tumours
schwannoma
insufficient cerebral circulation that leads to neurological symptoms
stroke
one embolus in the circulatory system
thrombus
multiple emboluses
emboli
middle cavity of cranium
diploic
dividing skin on underside of tongue where ducts enter
lingual frenulum
node which may swell in retroperotidean space, crushing carotid sheath and its contents
node of rouviere
peritonsillar abscess causing pain etc.
quinsy
lymph vessel origins around superior pharynx
waldeyers ring
another name for supraclavicular nodes
virchow’s nodes
a virus, especially in elderly, that causes a rash in an area of a dermatome, which will go away but leaves lingering post hepatic neuralgia
herpes zostre
abrupt painful attacks, usually associated with trigeminal
tic douloureaux
inflammation of external ear
otitis externa
middle ear pain
otitis media
nerve associated with middle ear pain
CN IX
nosebleed
epistaxis
blood supply to the nasal septum, in what specific named area
keisselbachs plexus in Little’s area
progressive loss of moment arms
rheumatoid arthritis
carries vessels, nerves, stretch receptors to finger tendons
vinculae
tear of central tendon of digit causes
boutonnier deformity
flexor digitorum superficialis – another name
sublimis
numbness, tingling
paraesthesia
fracture of lower end of radius, causes ‘dinner fork’ deformity where fractured end is displaced superiorly and posteriorly
colles fracture. extensor pollicis longus tendon most likely to rupture as a result
canal at wrist that contains ulnar nerve and artery
guyons canal