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5 Matching questions

  1. cerebellum
  2. commissural fibers
  3. sensory
  4. folia; white; arbor
  5. Pyramidal; opposite
  1. a This part of the brain is attached the the brainstem and is posterior to the pons.
  2. b Fibers that connect one hemisphere to the other.
  3. c The cortex in the cerebellum are folded in ridges called _____. _____ matter in the cerebellum resembles a tree, this is why it is called _____ vitae.
  4. d Thalamus:
    lateral posterior and pulvinar nuclei = ________ integration
  5. e ________ fibers decussate in the medulla oblongata, which allows each half of the brain to control the ________ half of the body.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The _______ cranial nerve is primarily responsible for tongue motor function, while glossopharyngeal is one of the sensory cranial nerves for the tongue. (along with trigeminal and facial)
  2. Formed by dura mater:

    ____ cerebri = longitudinal fissure between the two cerebral hemispheres.

    _________ cerebelli = dura mater between cerebellum and cerebrum.

    ____ cerebelli = dura mater between the two cerebellar hemispheres.
  3. Thalamus:
    anterior and medial nuclei connected to limbic system = ____ modification
  4. ______ space = serous fluid. ______ space = CSF.
  5. The vertebral arteries join to form the _______ artery. Carotids plus basilar from the _______ _______ ______.

5 True/False questions

  1. thalamusSensory information from spinal cord synapses in this part of the diencephalon before projecting to the cerebrum.

          

  2. glossopharyngeal nerveCranial nerve that sends sensory information from the carotid to the brain.

          

  3. cerebellumDef.: Four nuclei that form mounds on the dorsal surface of the midbrain.

          

  4. ponsPart of the brainstem that is superior to the medulla oblongata and inferior to the midbrain.

          

  5. middleCenter of the cerebrum.

          

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