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5 Matching questions

  1. CELL BODY
  2. CORPUS CALLOSUM
  3. CRANIAL NERVES
  4. PURPOSE OF LUMBAR PUNCTURE
  5. ANS
  1. a are peripheral nerves that originate from the brain. there are 12 that are designated but roman numerals
  2. b which is in charge of the body's automatic fumctions such as the respiratory and gastrointestinal systems
  3. c the thick bundle of nerves that connect the 2 cerebral hemispheres
  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 whenever a physcian needs to examine CSF, a lumbar puncture is perform

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. when the neuron is at rest it remains in the state
  2. 8 cervical
    12 thoracic
    5 lumbar
    5 sacral
    1 coccygeal
  3. sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions
  4. carry sorsory information up to the brain, carry motor information down from the brain, and participate in reflexes
  5. a needle is used to remove CSF from subarachnoid space usually below the 3rd lumbar vertebra of the spinal column

5 True/False questions

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

          

  2. ACCESORY NERVES (XI)found within the muscles of the throat, neck back are and voice box

          

  3. WHITE MATTERthe coated axons

          

  4. NEURONSfunctional cells of the nervous system

          

  5. DURAMATERwhen the neuron is at rest it remains in the state