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  1. Mesencephalon
  2. Central Sulcus (Sulcus of Rolando)
  3. Impairments of Temporal Lobe
  4. Brain Stem
  5. Limbic System
  1. a *Contains = MEDULLA, PONS & MIDBRAIN
    *Relay station = Sends messages b/w BODY ↔ CEREBRAL CORTEX
    *REGULATES PRIMITIVE FUNCTIONS
    *Contains = Centers that control RESPIRATION, HR, BP
    *RETICULAR ACTIVATING SYSTEM = located in midbrain, pons, medulla, portions of thalamus
    ****Most CRANIAL NERVES ORIGINATE IN BS****
  2. b *Separates = FRONTAL and PARIETAL lobes laterally
  3. c *ANOTHER TERM FOR MIDBRAIN
  4. d *LEARNING Deficits
    *Wernicke's Aphasia (Receptive deficits)
    *Antisocial / Aggressive behavior
    *Difficulty w/ FACIAL EXPRESSION
    *↓ MEMORY / MEMORY LOSS
    *∅ CATEGORIZE OBJECTS
  5. e *LOCATION = BORDER OF BRAINSTEM / CEREBRAL HEMISPHERES
    *Involved in emotional behavior,
    doughnut-shaped system of neural structures
    *Associated with EMOTIONS - FEAR and AGGRESSION drives such as those for FOOD / SEX.
    *Includes the HIPPOCAMPUS / AMYGDALA / HYPOTHALMUS

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  1. *Cranial Nerves and Ganglia-12 pair-exit skull via foramina
    *Spinal Nerves and Ganglia/Plexus-31 pair
    8 cervical; 12 thoracic; 5 Lumbar; 5 Sacral; 1 coccygeal
  2. *Location = POST. TO BRAIN, BELOW OCCIPITAL LOBE
    *Function = controls COORDINATION of MVMT & BALANCE, POSTURE/BALANCE - MM TONE AND POSITIONING OF EXTREMITIES IN SPACE.
    *Responsible for "FINE TUNING MVMTS"
    *Controlls = ability to perform RAPID ALTERNATING MVMTS
    *Damage = IPSIOLATERAL IMPAIRMANTS
  3. *DOMINANT HEMISPHERE (L) = Agraphia, finger Agnosia, Alexia
    *NON-DOMINANT HEMISPHERE (R) = Constructional / *Dressing Apraxia, Anosognosia
    *Contralateral Sensory Deficits
    *Impaired LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION
    *Impaired TASTE
  4. *B/W the SKULL and OUTER DURA mater that can be abnormally occupied.
  5. *Begins as a Neural tube

5 True/False questions

  1. Characteristics of PNS*Integration and coordination
    *Covered in a system of meninges-suspended in CSF
    *Protected by skull and veterbral column
    *Gray Matter-unmyelinated neurons, cappillaries, glial cells, cell bodies and dendrites
    *White Matter-myelinated axons, nerve fibers w/o dendrites
    White Matter of SC=3 funiculi (ant., post., lateral)

          

  2. Left Cerebellum*Controls right side of body
    *Left arm/leg weakness
    *Responsible for SHAPE RECOGNITION, FACE *RECOGNITION drawing shapes.SPATIAL

          

  3. Hippocampus*LOCATION = Temporal Lobe
    *PURPOSE = Forming / Storing NEW MEMORIES

          

  4. Fetal Development of Brain (4)Resulting 5 cavities persist in the mature brain as fluid-filled spaces called ventricles
    Forebrain (anterior)=>Cerebrum and Basal Ganglia
    Forebrain (posterior)=>Diencephalon
    Midbrain=Midbrain
    Hindbrain=>Cerebellum, Pons, Medulla Oblongata

          

  5. Right Hemisphere of the Brain...

          

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