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5 Matching questions

  1. effects of sympathetic nervous system
  2. ANS innervation
  3. coronary arteries
  4. DRG
  5. ratio of pre to post ganglionic SYMPATHETIC fibers
  1. a vesceral organs, BVs and secretory glands
  2. b contains cell bodies of somatic and visceral afferent nerve fibers
  3. c 1 to 17
  4. d T1 through T3 shared by upper limb cutanous nerves
  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. SA node, AV node, Coronary arteries
  2. from SA node to AV bundle of His. down through fibrous skeleton of heart along membranous part of interventricular septum
  3. includes Sympathetic and Parasympathetic branches - together maintain homeostasis
  4. pain in upper left limb because of nerves of brachioplexus that shares the spinal cord segments
  5. reverses the change from sympathetic innervation. rest and digest; slower HR, pupils constricted, secretion of saliva and intestinal juices, sphincters relaxes, bladder contracts, glycogen synthesis allowed

5 True/False questions

  1. Parasympathetic preganglionic cell bodiesvagus nerve


  2. postganglionic sympathetic neuronsinnervate smooth msucels and glands of head neck and upper extremities and heart


  3. SA node positive and negative innervation bymyocardial tissue of both atria


  4. Differences between PS ANS and S ANSanatomical, neurotransmitters, physiological effects


  5. preganglionic neurons innervating the heart endin the cervical and third and fourth thoracic sympatehtic ganglia