Focus On Case Studies In Neurology

Aug 11th, 2016
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Focus on Case Studies in Neurology For this assignment you will respond to three case studies. What is a Case Study? “A case study is a narrative used to help you practice real-life analysis and communication skills. It is a learning tool that provides readers with “enough detail…to understand the nature and scope of the problem, and…serve as a springboard for discussion and learning” (O’Rourke, 2007, p. 391). Use your textbook and academic resources from the Kaplan Library to support your responses. Access the Kaplan Library directly from Course Home for this class, or through the student portal. Be sure to cite and reference all your sources. The Kaplan Library has a feature that allows you to automatically create an APA formatted reference. Your completed case study should be between 750–1000 words, and all sources must be properly cited using APA format. Amy is cooking dinner for her family. She moves to pull a pot off the stove and accidently touches the burner. She refle

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1Running Head: CASE STUDY IICase study IINameInstructorCourseInstitution affiliationDateCASE STUDY II2Question 1Inside the issue of Amy, the responsible receptor neuron for transmitting information to themarginal system is the Sensory receptors. The sensory receptors are usually activated by either avariation in the external milieu or the internal milieu. The sending to the sensory neuron occursafter the stimulus has been transformed into a signal. These sensory receptors are thereafterlinked to the central nervous system through the sensory neurons. While the signal attains thecentral nervous system (CNS), then it is transferred and a message is then sent back to an organthat replies to the CNS nerve motive through another neuron that is known as the motor neuron.The receptor neuron is a conducted inward neuron.This neuron executes the work of conveyinginformation to these receptors from the spinal cord.The pain in form of a message is sent though the sensory receptors though what is called theneurotransmitters all the way to the central nervous system (CNS). This is where the informationis transmitted and the information is snapped back to the fingers through the conducted inwardneuron informing it to keep away from the burner. This transmission of the message from thefingers the fingers to the brain and then back again happens in just a split second.Transmission on information from the fingers to the brain and back again entails two neuronsa

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