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5 Matching questions

  1. Forebrain
  2. Occipital Lobe
  3. Mesencephalon
  4. Vertebral-Basilar Artery Impairment
  5. Calcarine Sulcus
  1. a *Separates = OCCIPITAL Lobe into SUPERIOR & INFERIOR ½'s
  2. b *Loss of consciousness,
    *Hemiplegia or quadriplegia,
    *Comatose or vegetative state,
    *Inability to speak,
    *Locked-in syndrome,
    *Vertigo,
    *Nystagmus,
    *Dysphagia,
    *Dysarthria,
    *Syncope,
    *Ataxia
  3. c Prosencephalon: divides to form the Telencephalon and Diencephalon
    Largest, most complicated, and most advanced of the three divisions of the brain; comprises the thalamus, hypothalamus, limbic system, basal ganglia, corpus callosum, and cortex,
  4. d *ANOTHER TERM FOR MIDBRAIN
  5. e *Main processing area for VISUAL INFO
    *Process info = COLOR, LIGHT, SHAPES
    *Judgement of DISTANCE, Seeing in 3D

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. *LOCATION = TEMPORAL LOBE B. HEMISPHERES
    *Almond-shaped neural structure in the
    *Part of the LIMBIC SYSTEM
    *MAIN FUNCTION = EMOTIONAL / SOCIAL PROCESSING
    FEAR / PLEASURE RESPONSES, AROUSAL, PROCESSING MEMORY, FORMS EMOTIONAL MEMORIES
  2. *Seperates DURA MATTER and ARACHNOID MATTER
  3. *Encased in fiberous sheeth (relatively unprotected)
    *MOTOR Spinal Nerves (ANTERIOR ROOT) carry motor info AWAY from the CNS (EFFERENT FIBERS)
    *SENSORY Spinal Nerves (POSTERIOR ROOT) carry sensation TO CNS (AFFERENT FIBERS)
    *Ganglia-clusters of cells-give rise to PNS. and CNS nerve fibers.
    *STIMULATING RESPONSE
  4. *Four major arteries:
    *2 vertebral arteries and 2 internal carotid arteries
    *They give rise to numerous arteries
    *CIRCLE OF WILLIS plays an important role
  5. *Delicate middle layer of the meninges; the arachnoid membrane is loosely attached to the pia mater by weblike fibers, which allow for the subarachnoid space

5 True/False questions

  1. Cerebral Spinal Fluid*Made in the CHORICOID PLEXUS located in the LATERAL VENTRICLES and circulates down to the 3RD VENTRICLE to the CEREBRAL AQUADUCT then to the 4TH VENTRICLE to the SPINAL CORD and finally back up to the SUBARACHNOID SPACE

          

  2. Meninges-Cavities between the cerebrum and brain stem
    -Contain cerebrospinal fluid

          

  3. Lobes of the BrainFrontal, Parietal, Occipital, Temporal

          

  4. Brain Stem*Contains = MEDULLA, PONS & MIDBRAIN
    *Relay station = Sends messages b/w BODY ↔ CEREBRAL CORTEX
    *REGULATES PRIMITIVE FUNCTIONS
    *Contains = Centers that control RESPIRATION, HR, BP
    *RETICULAR ACTIVATING SYSTEM = located in midbrain, pons, medulla, portions of thalamus
    ****Most CRANIAL NERVES ORIGINATE IN BS****

          

  5. PNS*Brain=Forebrain, midbrain, Hindbrain
    *Brain Stem=Midbrain, Pons, Medulla Oblongata
    *Spinal Cord=Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar, Sacral, Coccygeal