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5 Matching questions

  1. General Visceral Afferent
  2. General Somatic Afferent
  3. SA node function
  4. General Somatic Efferent
  5. angina pectoris
  1. a carries sensations from viscera to spinal cord: mucous membranes glands blood vessels and smooth muscles and cardiac muscles
  2. b initiates contraction of the heart
  3. c carries sensations from body wall to spinal cord: pain, touch, temp proprioception and pressure
  4. d motor information from spinal cord to skeletal muscles
  5. e radiates from substernal and left pectoral regions to left shoulder and medial aspect of left upper limb

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. T1 to T5 or T6
  2. sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system
  3. 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
  4. vesceral organs, BVs and secretory glands
  5. internal, inferior aspect of interatrial septum near opening of coronary sinus

5 True/False questions

  1. From sympathetic trunk ganglia, efferent sympathetic fibers:synapse with excitor neuron/postganglionic sympathetic neuron in the ganglion

          

  2. Sympathetic chainwhere pre and post ganglionic neurons interface

          

  3. cervical postganglionic sympathetic grey fibersnon-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,

          

  4. Parasympathetic innervation of the heartvagus nerve

          

  5. SA node signal sent tomyocardial tissue of both atria

          

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