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5 Matching questions

  1. SNS
  4. SULCI
  1. a the grooves on the surface of the cerebrum
  2. b somatic nervous system which governs your body's skeletal or voluntary muscles
  3. c consists of nerves that branch off the CNS, classified as 2 types-cranial nerves and spinal nerves
  4. d consists of nerves that connect the CNS to organs and other structures such as heart, stomach, intestines, glands, blood vessels and bladder (among others) it controls organs not under voluntary control ("involuntary nervous system")
  5. e is the most inferior portion of the brain stem and is directly connected to the spinal cord. it controls many vital activities such as heart rate blood pressure and respiration. it controls reflexes associated with coughing sneezing and vomiting

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. CSF,cushions the CNS and found in the subarachnoid space
  2. they are antagonistic in actions, meaning the funciton in opposite ways
  3. peripheral nervous system consists of the peripheral nerves, which are located throughout the rest of the body. the PNS splits into to parts SNS and ANS
  4. (PET) scan this procedure uses radioactive chemicals that collect in specific areas of the brain. these chemicals allso images of those specific areas to be generated.
  5. is a structure that connects the cerebrum to the spinal cord. the 3 parts of the brain stem are midbrain, the pons, the medulla oblongata

5 True/False questions

  1. TRIGEMINAL NERVES (V)act in the muscles that move the eyeball


  2. VAGUS (X)which is in charge of the body's automatic fumctions such as the respiratory and gastrointestinal systems


  3. DESCENDING TRACTan inflammatin of the meningis


  4. SOMATIC NERVOUS SYSTEMhighly complex system. divided into 2 major parts.
    CNS & PNS


  5. TROCHLEAR NERVES (IV)act in the muscles that move the eyeball


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