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2nd order neurons
Sensory info arriving at one side of the body or head typically reaches the cerebral cortex on the other side. The axons that cross the midline to accomplish this are
63 y/o man has loss of discriminative touch, vibratory sense, and proprioception in right arm. Where are the cell bodies located for the 2nd order neurons in the pathway located?
They go to the anterior 1/3 of tongue (they don't really)
Which is not true of nerves of the solitary tract?
Shine light -> Right eye no contraction left eye contraction, what nerve is damaged?
Afferent limb of reflexes/Modulates cardiac and respiratory function
What does the solitary tract convey?
Opthalmic, trigeminal, spinal trigeminal, and primary sensory area
Order of ascending pathway of conscious awareness?
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