header

 CEU Exam 20: "An Integrative Model of Migraine Based on Intestinal Etiology"
3 A.R.E. CEUs

What is your email address?
What is your full name? 
What is your street address or apt. number?
What is your city, state and zipcode?


Instructions: Click on the best response for each statement.

1.  The _________ cranial nerve has been implicated as a primary factor in migraine.
  2nd
  3rd
  4th
  5th

2.  Common gastrointestinal disturbances in migraine include _______________.
  nausea
  vomiting
  abdominal cramps
  all of the above

3.  Migraine is a general classification which probably encompasses various etiological subgroups.
  True
  False

4.  An association between irritable bowel syndrome and migraine has been noted.
  True
  False

5.  Fothergill observed that migraine-type headache is usually caused by inattention to diet, with specific foods such as ___________ being especially potent in provoking the condition.
  milk
  fat meats
  spices
  all of the above

6.  The autonomic nervous system has not been implicated in the pathophysiology of migraine.
  True
  False

7.  The enteric nervous system received it name from _________________.
  Aldous Huxley
  Benjamin Daley
  Alfred Harrington
  Johannis Langley

8.  Vernon et al noted that ____________ spine dysfunction contributes to migraine.
  cervical
  thoracic
  lumbar
  all of the above

9.  Bjork recommended ________________ for the treatment of migraine.
  electrotherapy with the Radial Appliance
  abdominal castor oil packs
  colonic irrigation
  all of the above

10.  Intestinal etiology in migraine can account for all the varied manifestions of the illness.
  True
  False

A.R.E. CEUs
  Click here if you are on the A.R.E. Health Professionals Referral List and would like your CEU hours to be automatically credited toward that requirement.

Please feel free to provide additional information or comments in this space.

Click "Submit" to send this form to Meridian Institute.
 

Home | Purpose | People | Projects | Library | Resources

 Copyright © 2006 Meridian Institute