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5 Matching Questions

  1. Cardiac Plexuses
  2. SA node function
  3. Parasympaathetic effect
  4. Superficial Cardiac Plexus
  5. Greater splanchnic nerve
  1. a reverses the change from sympathetic innervation. rest and digest; slower HR, pupils constricted, secretion of saliva and intestinal juices, sphincters relaxes, bladder contracts, glycogen synthesis allowed
  2. b initiates contraction of the heart
  3. c T5 to T9. pierces the crus of diaphragm and synapses at ganglia of celiac plexus, renal plexus and suprarenal medulla
  4. d inferior to aortic arh between aortic arch and pulmonary trunk
  5. e superficial and deep

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. where somatic sensory neurons that share spinal ganglion with visceral sensory neurons terminate on skin
  2. pain in upper left limb because of nerves of brachioplexus that shares the spinal cord segments
  3. T10 to T11. descends with greater splanchnic nerve synapses on post-ganglionic fibers in lower part of celiac ganglia
  4. pain perceived at different location than its source
  5. motor information from spinal cord to skeletal muscles

5 True/False Questions

  1. General Visceral Efferentmotor information from spinal cord to cardiac muscle, smooth muscles of viscera and glands


  2. Left bundle of His stimulate:myocardial tissue of both atria


  3. CNS includesCranial Nerves and ganglia
    • Spinal nerves and ganglia


  4. ANS controlling centersincludes Sympathetic and Parasympathetic branches - together maintain homeostasis


  5. Differences between PS ANS and S ANSSA node


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