← Cerebellum Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- premotor cortex, supplementary motor cortex
- pons, medulla
- dura mater
- afferent, efferent
- pontine nuclei
- a What separates the cerebellum from the cerebrum?
- b Which two cortices plan sequential movements?
- c What kind of fibers pass through the cerebellar peduncles?
- d The cerebellum is dorsal to the _____ and the _____.
- e The middle peduncle receives information from the _____ (cortex).
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Which cerebellar lobe deals with fine control of extremeties?
- Innovation of the cerebellum is _____.
- Speech broken into parts is a symptom of which cerebellar lesion?
- Problems with measurement between body and object is a symptom of which cerebellar lesion?
- T or F The cerebellum ONLY deals with involuntary movement.
5 True/False Questions
superior → The _____ peduncle send information to the red nucleus and thalamus.
sensory → This is important for skilled (coordinated and smooth) movements.
anterior, posterior, flocculondular → What are the names of the three cerebellar lobes?
cerebellar peduncles → What connects the cerebellum to the brainstem?
ataxic → Lack of coordination in sequential voluntary muscular activities is _____.