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5 Matching questions

  1. cervical and third and fourth thoracic sympathetic ganglia
  2. ANS branches
  3. functional components of spinal nerve
  4. sympathetic innervation of the heart terminates on
  5. Differences between PS ANS and S ANS
  1. a where upper 5-6 thoracic spinal segments' sympathetic pregangionic nerves synapse on postganglionic fibers. from here, postganglionic fibers go bilaterally to the heart
  2. b SA node, AV node, cardiac muscle cells, coronary arteries
  3. c General Somatic Afferent
    General Visceral Afferent
    General Somatic Efferent
    General Visceral Efferent
  4. d includes Sympathetic and Parasympathetic branches - together maintain homeostasis
  5. e anatomical, neurotransmitters, physiological effects

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. contains visceral and somatic AFFERENT fibers
  2. internal, inferior aspect of interatrial septum near opening of coronary sinus
  3. where AV bundle branches split and extend to walls of ventricles
  4. synapse with excitor neuron/postganglionic sympathetic neuron in the ganglion
  5. vagus nerve

5 True/False questions

  1. coronary arteriesradiates from substernal and left pectoral regions to left shoulder and medial aspect of left upper limb

          

  2. General Somatic Efferentcarries sensations from body wall to spinal cord: pain, touch, temp proprioception and pressure

          

  3. part of limb that is stimulated in angina from which nerves?medial cutaneous nerve of the arm, medial cutaneous nerve of the forearm, ulnar nerves

          

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

          

  5. Sympathetic Nervous systemacts in sympathy with emotions; fight or flight; more extensive of the ANS branches, ratio of afferent to efferent is 1 to 17;

          

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