5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Pia mater
- Myelin sheath
- a Diminished sensation to pain.
- b Thin, delicate, innermost membrane of the meninges.
- c Record (x-ray) of the spinal cord.
- d Fatty, white covering over the axon of a nerve cell.
- e Condition of no brain (congenital anomaly).
5 Multiple choice questions
- Neurotransmitter in the central nervous system; deficient in patients with Parkinson disease.
- Nerve cell.
- Pertaining to the cerebellum.
- Pertaining to the two thinner membranes (arachnoid membrane and pia mater) surrounding the brain and spinal cord.
- Temporary brain dysfunction (brief loss of consciousness) after injury; usually clearing within 24 hours.
5 True/False questions
Parkinson disease → Degeneration of nerve cells that produce the neurotransmitter, dopamine in the brain; leads to tremors, weakness of muscles, and slowness of movement.
polyneuritis → Inflammation of the meninges.
Sympathetic nerves → Carries nervous impulses toward the brain and spinal cord; sensory nerve.
Dyskinesia → Impairment of the ability to perform voluntary movements.
Stroma → Macroscopic cordlike collection of fibers that carry electrical impulses.