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  1. Animal has a lesion within lateral funiculi spinal nerve supplying pelvic limb. What info is lost?
  2. Functions of lumbosacral spnal cord region?
  3. What are the clinical signs seen then the femoral nerve is damaged?
  4. What are the 6 spinal cord segments?
  5. Function of Ventral Horn within grey matter
  1. a 1.Cranial Cervical Region C1-C5
    2. Cervico Thoracic Region C6-T2
    3. Thoracolumbar Region T3-L3
    4. Lumbosacral Region L4-S2
    5. Sacral Region S1-3
    6. Caudal Region Cd 1-5
  2. b Motor neurons send axons through ventral root to innervate mm. fibers
  3. c Innervation of regional axial mm and skin, skin and mm of pelvic limb = Pelvic Plexus
    * Partial Supply to bladder and perineum
  4. d Paresis, Paralysis of Quadriceps mm., Loss of sensation to medial aspect of pelvic limb and decreased patellar tenson reflex.
  5. e Both sensory and Motor

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. False b/c the spinal cord grows @ slower rate than vertebral column
  2. True
  3. Position and Movement of limbs in space
  4. Innervation of regional axial mm and skin, thoracic limb mm and skin = Brachial plexus
    * Contain preganglionic sympathetic innervation to eye (T1-3)
  5. Ventral roots

5 True/False questions

  1. Is white matter formed by myelinated or unmyelinated axons?1.Cranial Cervical Region C1-C5
    2. Cervico Thoracic Region C6-T2
    3. Thoracolumbar Region T3-L3
    4. Lumbosacral Region L4-S2
    5. Sacral Region S1-3
    6. Caudal Region Cd 1-5

          

  2. Nervous System Divisions that show similar clinical signs1.Sensory input and motor output for neck, trunk, limbs, and tail
    2. Reflexive control of patterned movement and adjustment of glandular activity in response to local afferent input without voluntary control
    3. Transmit info to and from brain

          

  3. What are the 4 regions of grey matter?1.Cranial Cervical Region C1-C5
    2. Cervico Thoracic Region C6-T2
    3. Thoracolumbar Region T3-L3
    4. Lumbosacral Region L4-S2
    5. Sacral Region S1-3
    6. Caudal Region Cd 1-5

          

  4. What are the clinical signs seen when peripheral nerves are damaged?Paresis, Paralysis, Atrophy of muscles, Decreased sensation to cutaneous zones and decreased or absent reflexes

          

  5. What does the cervical spinal cord enlargement (cervical intumescence) contain?Dorsal and ventral roots of spinal nerves that compose the pelvic plexus and attach to the spinal cord segments.
    * Supplies sensory and motor innervation to the pelvic limb

          

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