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  1. Pons
  2. Impairments of the Cerebellum
  3. Fetal Development of the Brain (1)
  4. Fetal Development of the Brain (2)
    Neural tube forms into a tubular structure with 3 cavities. Neural tube stays intact
  5. Occipital Lobe
  1. a *Main processing area for VISUAL INFO
    *Process info = COLOR, LIGHT, SHAPES
    *Judgement of DISTANCE, Seeing in 3D
  2. b *prosencephalon (Forebrain)
    *Mesencephalon (Midbrain)
    *Rhombencephalon (Hindbrain)
    *Neural Tube
  3. c *Begins as a Neural tube
  4. d *Location = SUPERIOR TO MEDULLA
    *Function = A w/ RR / Assoc w/ Orientation of head in relation to VISUAL and AUDITORY STIMULI
    *Cranial Nerves V-VIII (5-8)
  5. e *Ataxia
    *Poor Coordinaiton
    *Tremor
    *Ipsilateral facial sensory loss
    *Dysdiadochokinesia
    *Balance deficits
    *Nystagmus
    *Hypermetria
    *Postural reflexe deficits

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. ...
  2. *Location = POST. TO BRAIN, BELOW OCCIPITAL LOBE
    *Function = controls COORDINATION of MVMT & BALANCE, POSTURE/BALANCE - MM TONE AND POSITIONING OF EXTREMITIES IN SPACE.
    *Responsible for "FINE TUNING MVMTS"
    *Controlls = ability to perform RAPID ALTERNATING MVMTS
    *Damage = IPSIOLATERAL IMPAIRMANTS
  3. ...
  4. *Major division of the brain,
    *Large area of the cerebrum.
    *Each lobe is named for the bone of the cranium that is above it:*
  5. *A long narrow slit or groove that divides an organ into lobes

5 True/False questions

  1. Hindbrain*CEREBELLUM, PONS, MEDULLA

    *Function = INVOLUNTARY PROCESSES - BP, BODY T⁰, HR, BREATHING, SLEEP CYCLE

          

  2. Interhemispheric Fissure (Longitudinal Fissure)*Non-Verbal communication /
    *Processes Holisticly,
    *Artistic,
    *Hand-Eye coordination,
    *Spatial relationships,
    *Body image awareness,
    *Kinesthetic Awareness

          

  3. Fetal Development of Brain (4)Resulting 5 cavities persist in the mature brain as fluid-filled spaces called ventricles
    Forebrain (anterior)=>Cerebrum and Basal Ganglia
    Forebrain (posterior)=>Diencephalon
    Midbrain=Midbrain
    Hindbrain=>Cerebellum, Pons, Medulla Oblongata

          

  4. Left Hemisphere of brain*Non-Verbal communication /
    *Processes Holisticly,
    *Artistic,
    *Hand-Eye coordination,
    *Spatial relationships,
    *Body image awareness,
    *Kinesthetic Awareness

          

  5. Dura Mater*Innermost layer around the brain, attached to the nervous tissue of the brain and spinal cord and follows all the contours of these structures -
    *Holds blood vessels that supply NUTRIENTS and O₂ → brain and spinal cord.
    *Forms the CHOROID PLEXUS in the VENTRICULAR SYS