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  1. MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
  2. CELL BODY
  3. PURPOSE OF LUMBAR PUNCTURE
  4. ABDUCENS NERVES (VI)
  5. 4 LOBES OF THE BRAIN
  1. a whenever a physcian needs to examine CSF, a lumbar puncture is perform
  2. b (MRI) this procedure allows for the brain and spinal cord to be visualized from many angles.
  3. c act in the muscles that move the eyeball
  4. d is the portion of the neuron that contains the nucleus and the typical organelles of any cell. it is responsible for generating the large amount of proteins and energy that the neuron needs to carry out its important functions
  5. e frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. located between the cerebral hemispheres and is superior to the brain stem the diencephalon includes the thalamus and hypothalamus
  2. the space below the epidural space
  3. small sacs inside the synaptic knob, they produce neurotransmitters
  4. largest part of the brain divided into 2 halves called cerebral hemispheres and connected by the corpus callosum
  5. carry skin, information from the surface of the eye, the scalp, facial, the lining of the gums, and the palate to the brain for interpretation. they also are found with the muscles needed for chewing

5 True/False questions

  1. OLFACTORY NERVES (I)carry smell inofromation to the brain for interpretation

          

  2. CORPUS CALLOSUMthe thick bundle of nerves that connect the 2 cerebral hemispheres

          

  3. EPIDURAL SPACEthe space above the dura mater is called the epidural space

          

  4. IMPORTANT CHARACTERISTIC OF NEURONSprepares body for resting and digesting

          

  5. NEUROTRANSMITTERSreleased by the synaptic knob to allow impulse transmission to continue to the postsynaptic structures, which consist of the dendrites, cell bodies and axons of other neurons

          

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