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Question 1 of 3
A 42-year-old male is admitted to the ED following a car accident. The man is conscious, but appears confused, and is complaining of a severe headache. Patient’s blood pressure is 134/84 mmHg and pulse is 109/min. Upon examination you notice the patient’s pupil on the right side is fixed and dilated, and there is a deep laceration on the right side of the head. Neurological exam reveals weakness on the left side. The patient’s condition is caused by damage to an artery that most likely originates from which of the following structures?
- Common carotid artery
- External carotid artery
- Internal carotid artery
- Maxillary artery
- Vertebral artery
Question 2 of 3
Is achondroplasia an Autosomal Dominant Disease?CorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 3
Are swollen lips related to an Autosomal Dominant Disease?CorrectIncorrect