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  1. Right Hemisphere of the Brain
  2. Impairments of Occipital Lobe
  3. Cerebral Artery impairments
  4. Dura Mater
  5. Forebrain
  1. a *Thick, outermost layer of the meninges surrounding and protecting the brain and spinal cord
  2. b *Non-Verbal communication /
    *Processes Holisticly,
    *Artistic,
    *Hand-Eye coordination,
    *Spatial relationships,
    *Body image awareness,
    *Kinesthetic Awareness
  3. c Prosencephalon: divides to form the Telencephalon and Diencephalon
    Largest, most complicated, and most advanced of the three divisions of the brain; comprises the thalamus, hypothalamus, limbic system, basal ganglia, corpus callosum, and cortex,
  4. d *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. e *Homonymoous hemianopsia
    *Impaired extraocular muscle movement
    *Impaired color recognition
    *reading and writing impairment
    *Cortical blindness (Bilateral Lobe involvement)

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. *Sympathetic-Fight or Flight-Norepinephrine neurotransmitters
    *Parasympathetic-concerving/restoring energy
    *Acetylcholine Neurotransmitter
    *Inhibitory response
  2. *Loss of consciousness,
    *Hemiplegia or quadriplegia,
    *Comatose or vegetative state,
    *Inability to speak,
    *Locked-in syndrome,
    *Vertigo,
    *Nystagmus,
    *Dysphagia,
    *Dysarthria,
    *Syncope,
    *Ataxia
  3. *Solution that fills the hollow cavities of the brain and circulates around the brain and spinal cord.
    *Provides nourishment, cushions, and removes wastes.
  4. ...
  5. 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 True/False Questions

  1. MidbrainProsencephalon: divides to form the Telencephalon and Diencephalon
    Largest, most complicated, and most advanced of the three divisions of the brain; comprises the thalamus, hypothalamus, limbic system, basal ganglia, corpus callosum, and cortex,

          

  2. Diencephalon*ANOTHER TERM FOR MIDBRAIN

          

  3. Pituitary gland*B/W the SKULL and OUTER DURA mater that can be abnormally occupied.

          

  4. Lobe*Major division of the brain,
    *Large area of the cerebrum.
    *Each lobe is named for the bone of the cranium that is above it:*

          

  5. Impairments of Parietal Lobe*Homonymoous hemianopsia
    *Impaired extraocular muscle movement
    *Impaired color recognition
    *reading and writing impairment
    *Cortical blindness (Bilateral Lobe involvement)

          

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