5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Transverse fissure
- Pia matter
- Central Nervous system
- a the brain and the spinal cord. 30 cm in length.
Does not go all the way down it stops at L1
- b soft spot between the bones of the skull in an infant. Where the bones have not yet grown together.
- c an area which separates cerebral from cerebellum. The fissure where tentorium cerebelli is.
- d The 3rd layer of Meninges and closest to the brain. It is a thin and transparent layer made of collagenous connective tissue. Sitting on the surface of the brain with no space.
- e At 5-7 weeks the __________________ becomes the Metencephalon (cerebellem & pons) and the Myelencephalon (medulla oblongata)
5 Multiple choice questions
- the sulcus that separates the parietal from the occipital lobe.
- the first brain structure to pick up smell information from the nose.
- the study of the embryo. after 7 weeks it is referred to as a fetus.
- A portion of dural matter that separates the cerebellum from cerebral. Acts like a shelf.
- 44. Located on the inferior frontal gyrus. Reffered to as the INTERIOR LANGUAGE CORTEX / Speech production cortex / Expression production cortex
Anatomical name: Area Triangularis
5 True/False questions
Dural matter → "tough mother" outermost layer of Meninges-closest to the skull. leather-like membrane attached to the inner surface of the skull.
Calcarine fissure → a fissure positioned at the medial surface of the occipital lobe. Inside. It separates the visual cortex into the upper and lower operculum
Prosencephalon → At 5-7 weeks the ___________ becomes the Telencephalon ( basal ganglia, limbic lobe, cerebral hemispheres.) & the Diencephalon ( thalamus and hypothalamus )
Arachnoid → Space at the bottom of the arachnoid that actually contains the cerebral spinal fluid CSF. Sub means below.
Falx cerebelli → A portion of dural matter that separates the cerebellum from cerebral. Acts like a shelf.