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A patient is performing a Phase I (inpatient) cardiac rehabilitation exercise session. The physical therapist should terminate low-level activity if which of the following changes occurs? 1. The diastolic blood pressure increases to 120 mm Hg. 2. The respiratory rate increases to 20 breaths per minute. 3. The systolic blood pressure increases by 20 mm Hg. 4. The heart rate increases by 20 bpm. A patient is being evaluated for possible carpal tunnel syndrome, and a nerve conduction velocity test is performed. Which of the following findings would MOST strongly support the diagnosis? 1. Decreased latency at the elbow. 2. Decreased latency at the carpal tunnel. 3. Increased latency at the carpal tunnel. 4. Increased latency at the forearm. When examining a patient with a history of alcohol abuse, a physical therapist notes that the patient demonstrates fine resting tremors and hyperactive reflexes. The patient reports frequent right upper quadrant pain. Which of the following additional signs is MOST likely? 1. Jaundice 2. Hyperhidrosis 3. Hypotension 4. Nocturnal cough Which of the following examination findings would be expected in a patient who also had sustained ankle clonus? 1. An upgoing great toe when the sole of the foot is stroked 2. Weakness of ankle plantar flexors with one-repetition strength testing 3. Absence of sensation to sharp/dull testing over the posterior lower leg 4. Hyporeflexia when deep tendon reflexes are elicited in the lower leg Which of the following sensory testing locations corresponds to the C 7 nerve root? 1. Volar aspect of the little finger (5th digit) 2. Dorsal aspect of the middle finger (3rd digit) 3. Lateral aspect of the upper arm 4. Medial aspect of the upper arm A 3-month-old infant has poor midline head control. During evaluation, the physical therapist notes facial asymmetry and observes that the infant has limitation of cervical rotation to the left and cervical lateral flexion to the right.

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