5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Falx cerebri
- 3 vesicles
- a The 4th-5th week after conception the brain of the embryo has ________.
- b At 5-7 weeks the ___________ becomes the Telencephalon ( basal ganglia, limbic lobe, cerebral hemispheres.) & the Diencephalon ( thalamus and hypothalamus )
- c the study of the embryo. after 7 weeks it is referred to as a fetus.
- d the 2nd layer of Meninges. Thin and a non vascular membrane. Located between sub-dural matter and sub arachnoid.
- e A portion of dural matter. Looks like a knife positioned deep in the longitudinal fissure. Between the two hemispheres of the cerebrum. Helps to separate the right hemisphere from the left hemisphere.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A ________ exists on the Primary motor cortex/Precentral gyrus. Maps out the location of motor activity. Positioned anterior.
- a portion of the brain around the central sulcus. a small lobe that contains precentral and postcentral gyri in the sulcus.
- 1 of the 3 vesicles of the new embryo at the 4th - 5th week. Makes the midbrain.
- soft spot between the bones of the skull in an infant. Where the bones have not yet grown together.
- clear colorless fluid made by a structure in our ventricles referred to as Choroid Plexus. Circulated in the brain and the spinal cord. Features of CSF-acts as a cusion
5 True/False Questions
Epidural → open space, potential space. There is a potential space between the dural matter and the skull.
Corpus callosm → tissue, white matter that connects the right cerebral hemisphere to the left.
Neuron doctrine → Anterior part of frontal lobe.
*pragmatics: (the branch of linguistics dealing with language in use and the contexts in which it is used, including such matters as deixis, taking turns in conversation, text organization, presupposition, and implicature.)
Pia matter → 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.
Falx cerebelli → A portion of dural matter. Looks like a knife positioned deep in the longitudinal fissure. Between the two hemispheres of the cerebrum. Helps to separate the right hemisphere from the left hemisphere.