5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is the limbic lobe primarily composed of?
- loss of brain function, emotional disturbances
- What is the limbic system of structures important for?
- What are the three targets for antiparasitic chemotherapy?
- Subarachnoid Hematoma
- a emotional responses, drive-related behavior and memory
- b What are the results of huntingtons disease?
- c 1) Enzymes/processes found only in the parasite
2) Enzymes/processes found in both the host and parasite but indispensable only in the parasite
3) Common biochemical functions found in both parasite and host, but with different pharmacological properties
- d the cingulate and parahippocampal gyri
- e ruptured artery in space between arachnoid and pia (subarachnoid) - dendritic pattern on a CT - Thunderclap headache
5 Multiple choice questions
- some nuclei control respiration, BP, motor activity of neck and mouth, other nuclei receive sensory info from chemo and mechanoreceptors
- Plays a role in emotion, anger and aggression
- serotypes and produce IgA (mucosal surface)
- modulates and relays sensory and motor information from basal ganglia and cerebellum to cerebral cortex
- 1) O6 guanine
2) short halflife...IV admin. Not a prodrug.
3) mostly n/v...
5 True/False questions
1) What does flutamide do?
2) side effects
3) is it a steroid?
4) Does it operate upstream or downstream of leuprolide?
5) Excretion? → 1) blocks the AR
2) similar to gosirelin etc...loss of libido/potency, breast changes, vaso flush...also GI/liver problems.
4) Downstream. Leuprolide overstimulates the pituitary; flutamide inhibits receptors on the target tissues.
Explain the main chemical and physical characteristics of CSF → more Cl-, less proteins/ glucose/K+/ Ca2+, lower pH and poorer buffering capacity than blood plasma
What arteries supply the medullar → PICA and ACA
toxicity of cisplatin → *anorexia
-myelosuppression @ 10-14 days, alopecia, nausea, vomiting
Depolarizing agents → Controls heart activity, breathing, and sweating. Point of fiber crossover from body to brain (where spinal cord enters skull and joins brain)