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  1. Calcarine Sulcus
  2. Corpus Collosum
  3. PNS
  4. Telencephalon
  5. Interhemispheric Fissure (Longitudinal Fissure)
  1. a *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
  2. b *Separates = OCCIPITAL Lobe into SUPERIOR & INFERIOR ½'s
  3. c *Large band of neural fibers connecting two brain hemispheres and carrying messages between them
  4. d *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
  5. e *Separates L & R cerebral hemispheres

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. *Brain=Forebrain, midbrain, Hindbrain
    *Brain Stem=Midbrain, Pons, Medulla Oblongata
    *Spinal Cord=Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar, Sacral, Coccygeal
  2. *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)
  3. *Loss of consciousness,
    *Hemiplegia or quadriplegia,
    *Comatose or vegetative state,
    *Inability to speak,
    *Locked-in syndrome,
  4. *Four major arteries:
    *2 vertebral arteries and 2 internal carotid arteries
    *They give rise to numerous arteries
    *CIRCLE OF WILLIS plays an important role
  5. *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 True/False questions



  2. infundibulum*A stalk that attaches the pituitary gland to the hypothalamus.


  3. Pia Mater*Thick, outermost layer of the meninges surrounding and protecting the brain and spinal cord


  4. Cerebral Artery impairments*ACA=personality changes, conscious unresponsiveness
    Bilat. occulision=parap;egia
    *MCA=Bilat. occulision=contralateral hemiplegia, sensory impairment (Most CVA occur from here)
    *PCA=Thalamic Pain Syndrome (abnormal sensation of pain temp., touch and proprioception), Cortical blindness


  5. Impairments of Temporal Lobe*LEARNING Deficits
    *Wernicke's Aphasia (Receptive deficits)
    *Antisocial / Aggressive behavior
    *Difficulty w/ FACIAL EXPRESSION


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