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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The fight or flight response is still present in _________, even if it seems to be less overt in the daily behaviors.
2. The first category of visual hallucinations that can be seen during a migraine attack is _________.
(d) Expanding spectrum.
3. There are a number of problems that are created by the myriad of _________ that a migraine might cause, according to Sacks.
(d) After effects.
4. Migraines might also have some specific _________ in one's life, according to Sacks, filling a role the patient needs it to fill.
5. Who wrote the last chapter of the book, which is made clear in the notes and the headings?
(b) A group of therapists.
6. Sacks wants to point out that many doctors and researchers __________ too much from the data they receive in order to find these answers.
7. Sacks says that there are some patients who will not allow him to treat them in any other way, he will only treat patients in 'the only way they ________.'
8. Migraines may very well take on the particular aspects of the ________ though it may never be clear what prompts the unit as a whole.
9. ________ turned inward on oneself, might also create a situation for a migraine to occur.
10. As a result of older theories, the practice of __________ became quite popular to help those who were suffering from migraines.
(b) Hanging upside down.
(c) Blood letting.
(d) Pain medication.
11. Sacks concludes the book by talking about how there is a tendency for the ________ to take on specific patterns.
12. The fact that visual ___________ are so common makes their presence fascinating to researchers.
13. The simplest of __________ can be created in the clinical setting, according to Sacks' findings and research.
14. Sometimes the hallucination events happen in a __________ order, with fewer patients experiencing the third category.
15. Some people who have constant migraines that interrupt their life may have to _________ to live with them.
Short Answer Questions
1. Sacks describes the idea of a migraine to be __________, in his opinion, though others may not share it.
2. Sacks says that the best migraine clinic was one in which a patient was told to lie down in a darkened room with _______ and aspirin.
3. An important part of migraine treatment, according to Sacks, is to give the body the _______ it needs in order to make it through the event.
4. The reaction to a migraine does not need to be uniquely _________, according to the way Sacks feels about the subject.
5. To deny a migraine sufferer the use of ___________ would be cruel, according to Sacks in this book.
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