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5 Matching questions

  1. Cervical Ganglion
  2. Greater splanchnic nerve
  3. Spinal nerve contains
  4. Parasympaathetic effect
  5. angina pectoris
  1. a 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
  2. b T5 to T9. pierces the crus of diaphragm and synapses at ganglia of celiac plexus, renal plexus and suprarenal medulla
  3. c where T1 to T4 preganglionic sympathetic efferent fibers synapse with post-galglionic sympathetic fibers
  4. d radiates from substernal and left pectoral regions to left shoulder and medial aspect of left upper limb
  5. e both sensory and motor nerve fibers

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 1 to 3
  2. pain in upper left limb because of nerves of brachioplexus that shares the spinal cord segments
  3. muscles of interventricular septum, Anterior papillary muscle, wall of right ventricle
  4. HT and Brain stem
  5. superficial and deep

5 True/False questions

  1. Lateral Horncontains somatic efferent fibers

          

  2. CNS includesbrain and spinal cord

          

  3. SA node Heart ratesubendothelial layer of heart at juntion of SVC and right atrium near superior end of crista terminalis

          

  4. Differences between PS ANS and S ANSCNS PNS

          

  5. AV node transmits signalinitiates contraction of the heart