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Diseases of The Nervous System Quiz


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A condition involving a progressive loss of brain cells and brain function with major consequences for memory, thinking, and behavior

A. epilepsy

B. multiple sclerosis

C. Alzheimer’s disease

D. dementia


Epilepsy is:

A. communicable

B. Non-communicable & Chronic

C. Acute


A group of brain disorders characterized by repeated seizures over time

A. epilepsy

B. dementia

C. cerebral palsy

D. meningitis


Sciatica is a disease of which body system?

A. The immune system

B. The digestive system

C. The respiratory system

D. The nervous system


Epilepsy can affect anyone at any age, BUT it’s more common in which of the following?

A. Infants

B. Foetus

C. Young children & Older adults


Alzheimer’s and Dementia are the same thing

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


What are the symptoms of the disease?

A. getting lost in familiar places

B. Confusion

C. Loss of speech

D. All of the above


_______________ is a general term used to describe the symptoms associated with a decline in mental ability

A. Alzheimer’s

B. Dementia

C. Epilepsy

D. Parkinsons


Epilepsy can affect children only. This statement is:

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


What is Alzheimer’s?

A. A disease of the brain that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior

B. Deterioration of the brain causing lack of emotion and physical abilities


Epilepsy is a disease of the nervous system and it affects the

A. The Central nervous system

B. The peripheral nervous system

C. The spinal cord

D. The nerves




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