Module 1B

Please answer all the questions below.

1. A 55 years old hypertensive presented to emergency with sudden onset of left-sided weakness of both upper limb and lower limb. No sensory symptoms and complained of mild dysarthria. No problem with vision. Based on the scenario above, how do you classify the stroke based on OXFORD criteria?

2. A 60 years old female, presented with a sudden onset of imbalance associated with vomiting and dysarthria. The patient also complained of double vision. There is no weakness or numbness present. Based on the scenario above, how do you classify the stroke based on OXFORD criteria?

3. Which one is NOT the common pathophysiology of stroke?

4. Which one below is NOT part of the definition of stroke?

5. A 65 years old male, presented with sudden onset of dysphasia associated with hemiparesis and hemisensory loss of the right side of the body. Patient also complained of difficulty seeing on the right side. Based on the scenario above, how do you classify the stroke based on OXFORDSHIRE criteria?

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