What is nuchal rigidity and fever?
Nuchal rigidity means that the back of the neck is stiff . The person can not bend their head forward. This is often a sign of meningitis. The fever also gives a clue to an infection as it goes with the other sign. The rigidity can be seem with hemorrhage in the meninges and could be found in an accident victim.
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The key symptoms of meningitis include severe headaches, sudden high fever, nuchal rigidity, and an altered mental state. If none of these symptoms are present then generally meningitis has not been contracted. Read More
A 14-year-old boy has just been admitted with symptoms of meningitis nuchal rigidity fever vomiting and lethargy The nurse knows to expect to prepare for the following test?
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The nuchal scan is used in pregnancy to determine if the baby is likely to have a condition such as Down's Syndrome. This is done by scanning the nuchal translucency or the nuchal fold which is part of the brain. Read More
Cats and pigs don't have a nuchal ligament. The nuchal ligament is an adaptation common in fast running animals (to keep the head study while running) as well as to support longer necks. Humans and horses have nuchal ligament Read More
Empyema of the gallbladder is marked by intense pain on the upper right side of the abdomen, high fever, and rigidity of the muscles over the infected area Read More
The nuchal ligament is also referred to as the "paddywhack" in animals. This tendon is located in the midline of the neck. Read More
The torsional rigidity comes from the torso. The lateral rigidity would come from the arms and the legs becoming stiff. Read More
Meningitis is a deadly condition when the meninges becomes inflamed. Symptoms include headache, intense fever, and muscular rigidity. About 171,000 people die from meningitis each year. Read More
It is defined as ratio of the product of modulus of rigidity and polar moment of inertia to the length of the shaft. Torsional Rigidity is caluclated as: Torsional Rigidity= C J/l Read More
Meningitis is inflamation of meninges surrounding the brain INFECTIVE in nature. Clinically it shows a triad of FEVER-Headache-Neck Rigidity. Meningism is inflamation of meninges surrounding the brain BUT NOT of nfective in nature. Clinically it shows a triad of PHOTOPHOBIA-Headache-Neck Rigidity. Hope this helps AltitudeSky@hotmail.com Read More
Stiffness in the nape of the neck. This is often associated with meningitis. Read More
The rigidity of the law frightened a majority of the states. Read More
In chemistry the rigidity is related to chemical bonds in a molecule. Read More
Rigidity = spiralness + spinginess Read More
Yes, if you have a good nutrition and circulation in the cord. Read More
Cellulose gives strength and rigidity to plant cells. Read More
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Abdominal rigidity is when the muscles in your stomach stiffen up. It is an involuntary movement to prevent pain in the abdomen when there is pressure. Read More
nuchal ligament, occipital protuberance, spinous process C7-T3 Read More
What procedure that is performed under ultrasound guidance to assess the status of the fetus is called?
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Meningitis is an infection or inflammation of the meninges - the membranes covering the brain and spinal cord. It may be bacterial, viral, or fungal and is SERIOUS and life threatening. It can cause brain and spinal cord damage and death. Meningitis is characterized by fever, vomiting, intense headache, and stiff neck. The classic sign is stiff neck (nuchal rigidity). Patients will have their necks flexed backward (toward their backs) and when they are forced… Read More
Rigidity is a property of material itself whereas stiffness is a function of material property, sectional property and end conditions. Read More
V. S. Patil has written: 'Studies in personality rigidity' -- subject(s): Rigidity (Psychology) Read More
The GA in lipids lends some rigidity to the cell membrane. It helps with shape and aids in structure. Read More
If you are 10 weeks' pregnant and the ultrasound shows a thickened nuchal fold does that mean your baby will be born with Down syndrome?
Thickened nuchal fold do exist with babies with Downs. If ultrasound shows this, it surely means one thing - a triple test as well as amniocentesis - a MUST - for confirmation. Read More
rigidity-is one of the primary symptoms of Parkinson's disease and refers to stiffness and resistance to movement of a body part. ------------ Rigidity (stiffness) is a physical property of solid materials: the capability to resist to external forces. Read More
They are classified according to their strength, rigidity, plasticity, and boiling/melting temperatures. They are classified according to their strength, rigidity, plasticity, and boiling/melting temperatures. Read More
If it didn't have any rigidity it'd just flop & fold under the rider, like a poorly pressurized inflatable toy. Read More
xylem vessel provides turgidity while phloem vessel provides rigidity in the presence of water. Read More
modulus of elasticity = 15 Msi; poisson ratio = 0.3 modulus of rigidity = E/ ((2(1 + poisson)) = 5.8 Msi Read More
The answer depends on what characteristic you wish to measure: its length, width, thickness, density, rigidity, etc. The answer depends on what characteristic you wish to measure: its length, width, thickness, density, rigidity, etc. The answer depends on what characteristic you wish to measure: its length, width, thickness, density, rigidity, etc. The answer depends on what characteristic you wish to measure: its length, width, thickness, density, rigidity, etc. Read More