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5 Matching questions

  1. Fissure
  2. Hindbrain
  3. Subarachnoid space
  4. Midbrain
  5. Pia Mater
  1. a *Beneath the ARACHNOID MEMBRANE and above PIA MATTER
    *Contains the CEREBROSPINAL FLUID and the CIRCULATORY SYS for the CEREBRAL CORTEX
  2. b *COMPONENT OF BS
    *Location = BASE OF BRAIN - ABOVE SC
    *Connects = FOREBRAIN / HINDBRAIN
    *Function = LG RELAY AREA FOR INFO PASSING FROM CEREBRUM / CEREBELLUM / AND SC
    *Reflex center = VISUAL, AUDITORY, TACTILE RESPONSES
  3. c *CEREBELLUM, PONS, MEDULLA

    *Function = INVOLUNTARY PROCESSES - BP, BODY T⁰, HR, BREATHING, SLEEP CYCLE
  4. d *Innermost layer around the brain, attached to the nervous tissue of the brain and spinal cord and follows all the contours of these structures -
    *Holds blood vessels that supply NUTRIENTS and O₂ → brain and spinal cord.
    *Forms the CHOROID PLEXUS in the VENTRICULAR SYS
  5. e *A long narrow slit or groove that divides an organ into lobes

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. *Controls left side of body
    *Responsible for LANGUAGE, LOGIC, SPEECH CENTER
    *MATH/SCIENCE SIDE
    *Right arm/Leg weakness
  2. *Encased in fiberous sheeth (relatively unprotected)
    *MOTOR Spinal Nerves (ANTERIOR ROOT) carry motor info AWAY from the CNS (EFFERENT FIBERS)
    *SENSORY Spinal Nerves (POSTERIOR ROOT) carry sensation TO CNS (AFFERENT FIBERS)
    *Ganglia-clusters of cells-give rise to PNS. and CNS nerve fibers.
    *STIMULATING RESPONSE
  3. *Connects the two hemispheres of the cerebellum
  4. *Sympathetic-Fight or Flight-Norepinephrine neurotransmitters
    *Parasympathetic-concerving/restoring energy
    *Acetylcholine Neurotransmitter
    *Inhibitory response
  5. *LOCATION = B/W THALAMUS - HYPOTHALMAS
    *Regulates MVTS produced by the SKELETAL MMS.
    *Assoc. w/ BASAL GANGLIA / SUBSTANTIA NIGRA

5 True/False questions

  1. Pre-Central Gyrus*1⁰ Represented by the PINEAL GLAND
    *Secretes MELATONIN
    *Involved w/ CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS - INTERNAL CLOCK - EMOTIONS - MOTOR PATHWAY REGULATION - Select

          

  2. Epidural Space*B/W the SKULL and OUTER DURA mater that can be abnormally occupied.

          

  3. Characteristics of Autonomic Nervous System*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)

          

  4. Charcteristics of CNS*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)

          

  5. Cerebral Cortex*R Side = VISUAL MEMEORY/ A in RECOGNITION of OBJECTS & FACES
    *L Side = VERBAL / GENERAL MEMORY, A in understanding LANGUAGE.
    *REAR = Ability to Interpret EMOTIONS / REACTIONS of others.
    *Wernicke's Area (L Hemisphere); ability to UNDERSTAND & PRODUCE meaningful SPEECH
    *General MEMEORY
    *1⁰ AUDITORY CORTEX
    *1⁰ AUDITORY PROCESSING / OLFACTION

          

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