5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Paracentral lobule
- Transverse fissure
- Cerebral spinal fluid
- Parietal occipital sulcus
- a clear colorless fluid made by a structure in our ventricles referred to as Choroid Plexus. Circulated in the brain and the spinal cord. Features of CSF-acts as a cusion
- b Inability to smell. Usually if there is damage to the frontal olfactory tract or olfactory bulb.
- c an area which separates cerebral from cerebellum. The fissure where tentorium cerebelli is.
- d the sulcus that separates the parietal from the occipital lobe.
- e a portion of the brain around the central sulcus. a small lobe that contains precentral and postcentral gyri in the sulcus.
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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
- spaces, areas
- Functional magnetic resonance imaging- Has a good temporal. (time) Quick results.
- the brain and the spinal cord. 30 cm in length.
Does not go all the way down it stops at L1
- A portion of dural matter that separates the cerebellum from cerebral. Acts like a shelf.
5 True/False questions
Spinal Nerves → A structure of layers that cover and protect the brain and spinal cord.
Falx cerebri → A portion of dural matter that separates the hemispheres of the cerebellum.
Rhombencephalon → 1 of the 3 vesicles of the new embryo at 4th-5th week. Makes the inferior part of the brain ( forebrain )
Rhombencephalon → 1 of the 3 vesicles of the new embryo at 4th-5th week. Makes the hindbrain.
3 vesicles → The 4th-5th week after conception the brain of the embryo has ________.