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  1. THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
  2. 2 DIVISIONS OF THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
  3. SPINAL CORD
  4. HYPOTHALAMUS
  5. POLARIZED
  1. a when the neuron is at rest it remains in the state
  2. b sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions
  3. c consists of nerves that branch off the CNS, classified as 2 types-cranial nerves and spinal nerves
  4. d maintains homeostasis by regulating many vital activities such as heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing rate.
  5. e is a slender structure that is continuous with the brain. it descends into the vertebral canal and ends around the 1st/2nd lumbar vertebra. it is divided into 31 sections

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the middle layer and named for its spider web-like appearance
  2. a progressive, degenerative disease that occurs in the brain
  3. the coated axons
  4. most of these headaches can be managed by takin in over the counter medicine, and relief usually occurs in 1 or 2
  5. are found and iriswithin the muscles that move the eyeball, eyelid

5 True/False questions

  1. DIENCEPHALONa fatty substance that insulates the axons and allows them to send nerve impulses quickly

          

  2. WHAT DOES A LUMBAR PUNCTURE SHOWtells a great deal about the health of the patient
    example: cancer cells of in CSF indicate brain or spinal cord tumor. wbc's indicate infection such as meningitis

          

  3. SYMPATHETIC DIVISIONcontain somatosensory areas (interpret sensations felt on or within body)

          

  4. CEREBRUMlargest part of the brain divided into 2 halves called cerebral hemispheres and connected by the corpus callosum

          

  5. EPILEPSY AND SEIZURESpetit mal-may appear as a loss of awareness of the present
    grand mal-result in classic tonic-clonic seizure