5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Olfactory bulb
- a soft spot between the bones of the skull in an infant. Where the bones have not yet grown together.
- b Functional magnetic resonance imaging- Has a good temporal. (time) Quick results.
- c 1 of the 3 vesicles of the new embryo at the 4th - 5th week. Makes the midbrain.
- d At 5-7 weeks the __________________ becomes the Metencephalon (cerebellem & pons) and the Myelencephalon (medulla oblongata)
- e the first brain structure to pick up smell information from the nose.
5 Multiple choice questions
- the brain and the spinal cord. 30 cm in length.
Does not go all the way down it stops at L1
- A small fissure. Depressions, grooves or valleys on the surface that help us differentiate between different pasts of a lobe.
- increased water of the brain. People with Hydrocephaly generate a lot of fluid and their system does not recycle or use it.
- are on the surface and are based on cytoarchitectural descriptions.
- Smell. Does not pass through the Thalamus ( sensory gateway of the brain) A part of the Limbic system (emotion of the brain) Smell stimulates emotion. Olfaction is 1 of 2 chemosensory perception
5 True/False questions
Rhombencephalon → 1 of the 3 vesicles of the new embryo at 4th-5th week. Makes the hindbrain.
Pia matter → The 3rd layer of Meninges and closest to the brain. It is a thin and transparent layer made of collagenous connective tissue. Sitting on the surface of the brain with no space.
Calcarine fissure → a fissure positioned at the medial surface of the occipital lobe. Inside. It separates the visual cortex into the upper and lower operculum
3 vesicles → A structure of layers that cover and protect the brain and spinal cord.
Embryology → Functional magnetic resonance imaging- Has a good temporal. (time) Quick results.