June 22, 2015
The Tired Swimmer
1. She is experiencing constant fatigue, blurred vision, eye strain, gasping for air, hand and finger aches.
2. Blurred vision and eyes strain could have to do with the optic nerve, headache, soreness and fatigue.
3. In the spinal cord there are nerves that are in charge of these involuntary functions. There is also the medullary rhythmicity centers in the medulla oblongata that adjusts the rate of breathing. These could be possibilities that Annies is having problems breathing.
4. My guess is that she is experiencing something wrong with her central nervous system. Her signs and symptoms are indicative of multiple sclerosis or another neurological disease.
5. More eyestrain, double vision/blurry vision, stinging eyes and droopy eyelids.
6. A decline in muscle function can arise from miscommunication at the neuromuscular junction resulting in dysfunction due to neurons not firings to produce contraction of the eye muscles and cilliary muscle.
7. Annie had the conduction test done and the electrodes that simulated the muscle had no problem with nerve fatigue and the conduction velocity is fine. Annies nerve function is normal.
8. The first test results showed that her muscles were normal, the second test showed that her “muscle response decreased quickly during repeated nerve stimulation.”
9. Her skeletal muscles fatigued during repetitive stimulation due to possible failure along the somatic motor pathway involved in muscle activity from the CNS.
10. Sodium & potassium
Sodium ions vesticular membrane
g) action potential
h) presynaptic membrane
i) neurotransmitter is taken up
11. The Thymus plays a key role in training and development of T-Cells/T-Lymphocytes.
12. A toxin or other foreign substance that induces an immune response in the body.
13. Annies antigens will attack the antibodies, she will feel no...
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