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Diabetic neuropathy: Quiz


Question 1: Diabetic neuropathies are neuropathic disorders that are associated with ________.
Diabetic retinopathyDiabetes mellitusDiabetic ketoacidosisDiabetes mellitus type 1

Question 2: When ________ are affected, oculomotor (3rd) neuropathies are most common.
Trigeminal nerveHead and neck anatomyCranial nerve nucleusCranial nerves

Question 3: ________ (TENS) may be effective in treating painful diabetic neuropathy.
Trigeminal neuralgiaTranscutaneous electrical nerve stimulationBDSMPain management

Question 4: Options for pain control include tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs), ________ (SSRIs) and antiepileptic drugs (AEDs).
AmitriptylineTrimipramineSerotonin reuptake inhibitorTramadol

Question 5: This wavelength is believed to stimulate the release of ________, an Endothelium-derived relaxing factor into the bloodstream, thus vasodilating the capilaries and venuoles in the microcirculatory system.
Carbon monoxideHydrogen sulfideNitric oxideNitrous oxide

Question 6: As a complication, there is an increased risk of injury to the feet because of loss of sensation (see ________).
Diabetic footCollagenWound healingExtracellular matrix

Question 7: This can lead to ________ when an oral diabetic agent is taken before a meal and does not get absorbed until hours, or sometimes days later, when there is normal or low blood sugar already.
EpinephrineDiabetes mellitusHypoglycemiaICD-10 Chapter IV: Endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases

Question 8: This condition is affiliated with ________ and epigastric tenderness which in turn results in lack of blood flow to the peripheral intrapectine nerves which govern the movement of the arms and legs.
Sexual dysfunctionSexual fetishismHypersexualityErectile dysfunction

Question 9: TCAs include imipramine, ________, desipramine and nortriptyline.
Tricyclic antidepressantAmitriptylineTetracyclic antidepressantTrimipramine

Question 10: The most commonly recognized autonomic dysfunction in diabetics is orthostatic hypotension, or ________ when standing up.
Vasovagal episodePersistent vegetative stateSyncope (medicine)ICD-10 Chapter XVIII: Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findings

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