5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Autonomic nervous system
- Oligodendroglial cell
- Cerebral contusion
- a Inflammation of the gray matter of the spinal cord.
- b Bruising of brain tissue as a result of direct trauma to the head; neurologic disorder persists longer than 24 hours.
- c Destruction of myelin on axons of nerves (as in multiple sclerosis).
- d Nerves that control involuntary body functions of muscles, glands, and internal organs.
- e Glial (neuroglial) cell that forms the myelin sheath covering the axon of a neuron.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Slight paralysis of the right or left half of the body.
- Pertaining to the thalamus.
- Abnormal nervous sensation occurring without apparent cause. Examples are tingling, numbness or prickling sensations.
- Process of recording the electricity within the brain.
- Collection of blood in the space below the dura mater surrounding the brain.
5 True/False questions
Quadriplegia → Difficulty in reading, writing, and learning.
Positron emission → Computerized radiologic procedure using radioactive
encephalopathy → Any disease of the brain.
Neuroglia → Supporting cells (stroma) of the nervous system; glial cells.
Sciatic nerve → Extends from the base of the spine down the thigh, lower leg, and foot. Sciatica is pain along the course of the nerve.