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Tremor: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: If symptomatic treatment is needed, ________ can be used.
Beta blockerClonidineAntianginalGuanethidine

Question 2: It is rarely visible to the eye and may be heightened by strong emotion (such as anxiety or fear), physical exhaustion, hypoglycemia, hyperthyroidism, heavy metal poisoning, stimulants, alcohol withdrawal or ________.
Fatigue (medical)FeverInfluenza-like illnessHeadache

Question 3: Eliminating tremor “triggers” such as ________ and other stimulants from the diet is often recommended.
MethylphenidateCaffeineAmphetamineMethamphetamine

Question 4: Primary orthostatic tremor sometimes is treated with a combination of ________ and primidone.
ClorazepateLorazepamBenzodiazepineDiazepam

Question 5: Dystonic tremor may respond to diazepam, anticholinergic drugs, and intramuscular injections of ________.
EpibatidineOnchidalToxiferineBotulinum toxin

Question 6: Rubral tremor patients may receive some relief using ________ or anticholinergic drugs.
SelegilineL-DOPAMDMAL-DOPS

Question 7: ________ may help to reduce tremor and improve coordination and muscle control for some patients.
NutritionSpeech and language pathologyPhysical therapyMassage

Question 8: Essential tremor may be treated with beta blockers (such as propranolol and nadolol) or primidone, an ________.
AnticonvulsantMood stabilizerDissociativeDepressant

Question 9: Other drugs used to lessen parkinsonian tremor include ________ and anticholinergics.
DizocilpineKetamineAmantadineMemantine

Question 10: Other causes include the use of drugs (such as amphetamines, caffeine, corticosteroids, SSRI), alcohol abuse or withdrawal, mercury poisoning; this is also in infants with pku ________.
CarnosinemiaMaple syrup urine diseaseIminoglycinuriaPhenylketonuria
















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