5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Medulla oblongata
- a Disease of a spinal nerve root.
- b Condition of no sensation of pain (usually accompanied by sedation without loss of consciousness).
- c Weakening of an arterial wall, which may lead to hemorrhage and cerebrovascular accident (stroke).
- d Organ that receives nervous stimulation and passes it on to nerves that carry the stimulation to the brain and spinal cord; skin, ears, eyes and taste buds.
- e Lower part of the brain, closest to the spinal cord; controls breathing heartbeat, and size of blood vessels.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Blood clot.
- Connective and supportive tissue of an organ.
- Inability to perform purposeful acts or manipulate objects.
- Collection of nerve cell bodies in the peripheral nervous system; plural is ganglia.
- Inflammation of the meninges.
5 True/False questions
Comatose → Pertaining to a coma.
Gyrus, gyri → Depression or groove in the surface of the cerebral cortex; fissure.
Alzheimer disease → Pertaining to the two thinner membranes (arachnoid membrane and pia mater) surrounding the brain and spinal cord.
glioblastoma → Tumor (malignant) of glial (neuroglial or supportive) cells in the brain.
Cerebellar → Pertaining to the cerebellum.