5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- negative (weakness,paralysis),positive (hypertonia,hyperreflexia)
- proximal, stretch, gluco, thermo
- a A(n) _______ (on/off) bipolar cell is excited when light is restricted to the center of its upstream receptive field.
- b Fill in the details for the pupillary light response pathway:
retinal ganglion cells--> ipsilateral _____ area-->contralateral ____ area via the posterior commissure-->both of the previous areas to CN III via the _____-_____ nucleus-->constriction
- c A capsular stroke is caused by the occlusion of the _______ arteries.
- d The immediate signs of UMN lesions are ________, while the longterm signs are ______.
- e The sensory system of the gut is mostly in the __________ (proximal/distal) portion, and includes _______ receptors, _______receptors, and ________receptors.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- True or False: All of the arteries that supply blood to the thalamus are prone to hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke.
- The __________ nucleus of the Thalamus is important for "blindsight", where you can 'see' without using the primary visual cortex.
- The motor and the reward loops follow the same basic pathway (cortex-->Basal nuclei-->...), except that the motor pathway projects to the VL/Va of the thalamus while the reward loop projects to the _______ (abbreviation) of the thalamus .
A is the __________ limb of the internal capsule
- A capsular stroke affects the _____ and _____ nuclei.
5 True/False Questions
pons, lateral, paravermal → The middle cerebellar peduncle carries fibers from the contralateral ________ to the _________ and _________ areas of the cerebellum.
stress → ________ incontinence occurs as a result of pressure from coughing, laughing or sneezing because of a loss of bladder support muscle strength.
pinealoma → A ___________ will impinge upon and result in the loss of the vergence, accommodation and vertical gaze centers.
internal globus, subthalamic nucleus →
ID C and D
deep → For reflexive movement towards distracting stimuli, information travels to the ________ layers of the superior colliculus and then to the lateral and vertical gaze centers for eye movement.