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Coprolalia: Quiz


Question 1: Cases of deaf Tourette patients swearing in ________ have been described,[5][6] showing that coprolalia is not just a consequence of the short and sudden sound pattern of many swear words.
Sign languageVideo Relay ServiceAmerican Sign LanguageVideophone

Question 2: Coprolalia comes from the Greek κόπρος (kopros) meaning "________" and λαλία (lalia) from lalein, "to talk".
ToiletCoprophagiaFecesHuman feces

Question 3: Coprolalia encompasses words and phrases that are culturally ________ or generally unsuitable for acceptable social use, when used out of context.

Question 4: The severity and frequency of outbursts can also be decreased by surgically disabling nuclei in the ________, the globus pallidus and the cingulate cortex.
ThalamusSubthalamic nucleusVentral posterolateral nucleusDentatothalamic tract

Question 5: Coprolalia is not unique to tic disorders; it is also a rare symptom of other ________ disorders.

Question 6: [16] Further, the criteria for a diagnosis of Tourette's were changed in 2000, when the impairment criteria was removed from the ________ for all tic disorders,[17] resulting in increased diagnoses of milder cases.
SchizophreniaDiagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental DisordersClassification of mental disordersMental disorder

Question 7: Some patients have been treated by injecting ________ (botox) near the vocal cords.
ToxiferineOnchidalBotulinum toxinEpibatidine

Question 8: [1] The term is often used as a clinomorphism, with 'compulsive profanity' inaccurately referred to as being ________.
Tic disorderAsperger syndromeMajor depressive disorderTourette syndrome

Question 9: Coprolalia is an occasional characteristic of ________, although it is not required for a diagnosis of Tourette's.
Tic disorderMajor depressive disorderTourette syndromeAsperger syndrome

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