3) Postural instability, and 5) Increased gait disturbances
1.) Akinesia which is the loss of voluntary muscle movement only occurs at stage 4, not at stage 3.
2.) Masklike face sets in at Stage 2 while 4) Unilateral limb involvement is a clinical manifestation that occurs initially at Stage 1.
Postural instability and Increased gait disturbances (3 and 5) are clinical manifestations that are clearly observed at Stage 3 of Pakinson’s disease.
At stage 3 of Pakinson’s disease, the condition of the client is at a moderate level as the individual would still be able to carry out normal daily activities. However, at the stage, the client would experience difficulty maintaining postural stability. Loss of balance is mostly common at this stage as gait issues increases. Involuntary movement of muscles to maintain stability is impaired at this stage.
There are a total of 5 stages of Parkinson’s, so stage 3 is considered the turning point for the disease. Many of the clinical manifestations will match with those seen in stage 2 (walking issues, tremors and stiffness on both sides of the body). In stage 3, balancing issues will show up, causing an increased fall risk. Dressing may become more difficult to do alone due to stiffness in the body. Movements and reflexes with also slow with the growing stiffness.
events in order:
1. vishnu schist
2. zoroaster granite
3. bass limestone
4. hakatar shale
5. igneous intrusion
6. shinumo quartzite
7. dox sandstone
8. tapeats limestone
9. bright angel shale
10. muav limestone
11. temple butte limestone
12. redwall limestone
answer: the unkar group shows angular unconformity because the layers are turned at angle.
answer: specifically the angular unconformity occurs between the cambrian and precambrian rocks. the dox sandstone, shinumo quartzite, hakatar shale, and bass limestone have been filled. an angular unconformity occurs between the cambrian and precambrian rocks. the dox sandstone, shinumo quartzite, hakatar shale, and bass limestone have been filled.
answer: the disconformities aremarked irregular lines between the sedimentaryrocks layers.