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  1. Fetal Development of Brain (3)
  2. Left Cerebellum
  3. Fetal Development of Brain (4)
  4. Impairments of Occipital Lobe
  5. Basal Ganglia
  1. a Forebrain = divides → Anterior / Posterior portions:
    *Telencephalon (Anterior)
    *Diencephalon (Posterior)
    *Midbrain = Mesencephalon stays the same
    *Hindbrain = partially divides into two parts:
    *metencephalon
    *myelencephalon
  2. b *LOCATION = WHITE MATER OF CEREBRUM
    *GRAY MATTER masses.
    *Include:
    CAUDADE NUCLEI / PUTAMEN / GLOBUS PALLIDUS / SUBSTANTIA NIGRA
    *Control and coordinate VOLUNTARY MVMT, POSTURE, MM TONE CONTRO OF MOTOR RESPONSE
    *Cell death in the SUBSTANTIA NIGRA contributes to PARKINSONS / HUNTINGTONS DISEASE
    *Damage = INVOLUNTARY MM DISORDERS
  3. c *Controls left side of body
    *Responsible for LANGUAGE, LOGIC, SPEECH CENTER
    *MATH/SCIENCE SIDE
    *Right arm/Leg weakness
  4. d *Homonymoous hemianopsia
    *Impaired extraocular muscle movement
    *Impaired color recognition
    *reading and writing impairment
    *Cortical blindness (Bilateral Lobe involvement)
  5. e 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 Multiple choice questions

  1. *HIND BRAIN = develops the back of the brain - divided into the Myencephalon and Metacephalon
  2. *The cerebral hemispheres; one of the two divisions of the forebrain (the other is the diencephalon).,
    *A subdivision of the brain that, along with the diencephalon, makes up the prosencephalon (forebrain); cerebral hemispheres
  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. *Begins as a Neural tube
  5. *CNS - 3 Parts = FOREBRAIN, MIDBRAIN, HINDBRAIN

5 True/False questions

  1. Supporting Systems of the Brain and Spinal CordMedulla
    Pons
    Cerebellum

          

  2. Post Central Gyrus*Controls left side of body
    *Responsible for LANGUAGE, LOGIC, SPEECH CENTER
    *MATH/SCIENCE SIDE
    *Right arm/Leg weakness

          

  3. Pre-Central Gyrus*Produces the hormone MELATONIN = CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS, INTERNAL CLOCK,

          

  4. Cerebral Spinal Fluid*Made in the CHORICOID PLEXUS located in the LATERAL VENTRICLES and circulates down to the 3RD VENTRICLE to the CEREBRAL AQUADUCT then to the 4TH VENTRICLE to the SPINAL CORD and finally back up to the SUBARACHNOID SPACE

          

  5. Fissure*A long narrow slit or groove that divides an organ into lobes

          

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