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Publish Date: 17-07-2017 05:29:49 | Contact name: Mary Tyrell | Location: New York | Place: New York | 10 times displayed |

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patient is asked to repeat the nonsense consonants “lah-kah-pah” to alternate
movements of the tongue lips and palate All of these rapid alternations require
planning from the cerebrocerebellum to coordinate movement commands that
control the coordination Posture and Gait can either be considered a separate
part of the neurological exam or a subtest of the coordination exam that
addresses walking and balance Testing posture and gait addresses functions of
the spin cerebellum and the Nooflex because both are part of these
activities A subtest called station begins with the patient standing in a
normal position to check for the placement of the feet and balance The patient
is asked to hop on one foot to assess the ability to maintain balance and
posture during movement Though the station subtest appears to be similar to the
Romberg test the difference is that the patient’s eyes are open during station.


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