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PNS Peripheral Nervous System
iincludes all of the nerves that extend off the brain and spinal cord. Includes afferent and efferent divisions.
Automatic Nervous system involuntary functions
Layers of meninges
Dura mater, arachnoid mater, Pia mater.
Outer brain covering
Foramen magnum of the occipital bone and continues to the 2nd lumbar vertebrae.
How many pairs of spinal nerves
forms floor on third floor. automatic nervous control, cardivascular, tempuature control, appetite control emotional state and sleep.
made up of the midbrain, pons and the medula oblengata.
83% of brian mass. responsible for higher mental thinking and distrubutions of impulses.
Below and posterior to cerebrum. Coordinates muscular movement, posture, balance, running, and walking.
Area between cerebrum and midbrian.
Frontal, Pariental, Occipital, Temporal.
voluntary motor control, learing, planning, speech
Sensory, distance, size, shape.
auditory and olfactory
rate and depth of repiration
Upper part of brainstem controls postural reflexes and walking.
gray matter, relay station for sensory incoming and motor outgoing impulses.
order or arrange
not mentally alert
cause- unknown. S&S- stiffness, tremors, muscle movement. Treat-medication. "Shaking Palsy"
cause- decrease in blood to an area of blood. S&S slurred speech, numbness, vision disturbances.
Cause- unknown. S&S- loss of memory. Treat- helps control, no cure.
Cause- drugs, stress. S&S lapse of consciousness. Treat- Medication
Cause- presence of extra chromosome. S&S- short statyre, stubby fingers, large tongue, retardation. Treat- no cure
Cause- loss of oxygen Treat- helps recover from functional losses.
All 4 limps paralysised
drug to put someone to sleep