Medicine MCQs- 17
Frontal gait disorder is also known as -
Frontal gait disorder sometimes known as gait apraxia，
Most common dementia diagnosis among older adults
What is the commonest type of gait disorders can also be classified by etiology?
Gait disorders can also be classified by etiology
Sensory deficit - 18%
Myelopathy - 16%
Multiple infarcts - 15%
Tropical spastic paraparesis is caused by -
Tropical spastic paraparesis - is a medical condition that causes weakness, muscle spasms, and sensory disturbance by human T-lymphotropic virus
Cerebellar gait ataxia is characterized by ALL of the following EXCEPT -
Cerebellar gait ataxia is characterized by a
wide base of support
Lateral instability of trunk
Erratic foot placement
Decompensation of balance
Shuffling gait seen characteristically in -
Parkinsonian gait known as shuffling gait presents as short steps, narrow-based with flexed knees and stooped posture.
FREEZING GAIT is seen in all of the following EXCEPT -
Progressive supranuclear palsy
Commonest cause of cerebellar ataxia in older patients -
Causes of cerebellar ataxia in older patients include stroke , trauma，tumor，and neurodegenerative disease
ALL of the following are correct about 'cautious gait' EXCEPT -
walks with an abbreviated stride and lowered center of mass， as if walking on a slippery surface
This disorder can be observed in more than one-third of older patients with gait impairment.
Most common cause of frontal gait disorder is -
Most common cause of frontal gait disorder is vascular disease
Most common cause of frontal gait disorder is vascular disease， particularly subcortical small-vessel disease. Lesions are frequently found in the deep frontal white matter and centrum ovale.