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  1. Interventricular foramen
  2. Impairments of the Cerebellum
  3. Fetal Development of Brain (4)
  4. Left Cerebellum
  5. Blood Supply of the Brain
  1. a *Controls left side of body
    *Right arm/Leg weakness
  2. b *Four major arteries:
    *2 vertebral arteries and 2 internal carotid arteries
    *They give rise to numerous arteries
    *CIRCLE OF WILLIS plays an important role
  3. c *Ataxia
    *Poor Coordinaiton
    *Ipsilateral facial sensory loss
    *Balance deficits
    *Postural reflexe deficits
  4. d Resulting 5 cavities persist in the mature brain as fluid-filled spaces called ventricles
    Forebrain (anterior)=>Cerebrum and Basal Ganglia
    Forebrain (posterior)=>Diencephalon
    Hindbrain=>Cerebellum, Pons, Medulla Oblongata
  5. e *Channels that allow CSF produced in the lateral ventricles to reach the 3RD VENTRICLE and then the rest of the brain's ventricular system.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. *Brain=Forebrain, midbrain, Hindbrain
    *Brain Stem=Midbrain, Pons, Medulla Oblongata
    *Spinal Cord=Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar, Sacral, Coccygeal
  2. *Posterior to the CENTRAL SULCUS
    *1⁰ Somatosensory Cortex
    *1⁰ receiving area for SENSORY INFO from the PERIPHERY (trunk and extremities).
  3. *ELEVATED ridges on CORTICAL SURFACE of CEREBRAL HEMISPHERE = increase surface area & provide space for additional cortical neurons
  4. *Non-Verbal communication /
    *Processes Holisticly,
    *Hand-Eye coordination,
    *Spatial relationships,
    *Body image awareness,
    *Kinesthetic Awareness
  5. *Loss of consciousness,
    *Hemiplegia or quadriplegia,
    *Comatose or vegetative state,
    *Inability to speak,
    *Locked-in syndrome,

5 True/False Questions

  1. Impairments of Frontal Lobe*DOMINANT HEMISPHERE (L) = Agraphia, finger Agnosia, Alexia
    *NON-DOMINANT HEMISPHERE (R) = Constructional / *Dressing Apraxia, Anosognosia
    *Contralateral Sensory Deficits
    *Impaired TASTE


  2. Meninges*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


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


  4. ForebrainProsencephalon: 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,


  5. Autonomic Nervous System (ANS)*Sympathetic-Fight or Flight-Norepinephrine neurotransmitters
    *Parasympathetic-concerving/restoring energy
    *Acetylcholine Neurotransmitter
    *Inhibitory response


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