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5 Matching Questions

  1. VESTIOBULOCOCHLEAR NERVES (VII)
  2. WHAT DOES A LUMBAR PUNCTURE SHOW
  3. SUBDURAL SPACE
  4. NEURONS
  5. SYMPATHETIC V~ PARASYMPATHETIC
  1. a they are antagonistic in actions, meaning the funciton in opposite ways
  2. b carry hearing and equilibrium informations from the inner ear to the brain for interpretation
  3. c functional cells of the nervous system
  4. d tells a great deal about the health of the patient
    example: cancer cells of in CSF indicate brain or spinal cord tumor. wbc's indicate infection such as meningitis
  5. e the space below the epidural space

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. small sacs inside the synaptic knob, they produce neurotransmitters
  2. petit mal-may appear as a loss of awareness of the present
    grand mal-result in classic tonic-clonic seizure
  3. peripheral nervous system consists of the peripheral nerves, which are located throughout the rest of the body. the PNS splits into to parts SNS and ANS
  4. is a condition of having repeated long term seizures
  5. olfactory nerve, optic nerve, oculomotor nerve, trochlear nerve, trigeminal nerve, abducens nerve, facial nerve, vestibulochochlear nerve, glossopharyngeal nerve, vagus nerve, accessory nerve, and hypoglossal nerve

5 True/False Questions

  1. CEREBRAL CORTEXoutermost layer of the cerevbrum. composed of gray matter and therefore contains neurons cell bodies and dendrites. this layer contains 75% of all neurons in the entire nervous system

          

  2. EPILEPSY AND SEIZUREScauses vary but may i nclude birth trauma, high fevers, alcohol and drug withdrawals, head trauma, infections, brain tumors, and certain medications. many causes are unknown

          

  3. TREATMENT OF TENSION HEADACHESmost of these headaches can be managed by takin in over the counter medicine, and relief usually occurs in 1 or 2

          

  4. CEREBROSPINAL FLUIDCSF,cushions the CNS and found in the subarachnoid space

          

  5. OCCIPITAL LOBESvisual areas

          

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