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5 Matching questions

  1. Intermediolateral cell column
  2. ANS innervation
  3. effects of sympathetic nervous system
  4. SA node Heart rate
  5. ganglion shared with cardiac sensory nerves
  1. a T1 through T4 or T5
  2. b Lateral Horn from T1-L2, contains cell bodies of preganglionic afferent sympathetic neurons
  3. c vesceral organs, BVs and secretory glands
  4. d 70 beats per minute
  5. e increased HR, dilated pupils, constricted arterioles in skin and intestine, dilated muscular arterioles, high BP, pale face, dry mouth, hair stands up, blood rushes to brain heart and skel muscle preferentially, closed alimentary and urinary tract sphincters, bronchi and bronchioles dilated

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. where T1 to T4 preganglionic sympathetic efferent fibers synapse with post-galglionic sympathetic fibers
  2. where somatic sensory neurons that share spinal ganglion with visceral sensory neurons terminate on skin
  3. subendothelial layer of heart at juntion of SVC and right atrium near superior end of crista terminalis
  4. pain perceived at different location than its source
  5. non-myelinated neurons that leave the ganglion and pass to spinal nerves as gray rami communicantes to spinal nerve and distributed to smooth muscles in wall of blood vessles, sweat glands arrector pili,

5 True/False questions

  1. part of limb that is stimulated in angina from which nerves?cardiac acceleration, increased force of contraction, dilation of coronary arteries,


  2. moderator bandcarries electrical signal from right bundle of his (interventricular septum muscles) to anterior papillary muscle


  3. Parasympathetic nerves of the heart terminate onSA node, AV node, Coronary arteries


  4. adrenergic stimulation of SA node results inrate of depolarization of pm cells, increase in atrioventricular conduction


  5. SA node function70 beats per minute