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NWHSU Mash GA2Q4ATM

NWHSU Mash GA 2 Quiz 4 Anatomy Telencephalon and Misc

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BASAL NUCLEUS that has both limbic and motor functions Amygdaloid
BASAL NUCLEUS that has both limbic and olfactory functions . Amygdaloid
Cranial nerve that supplies taste to the anterior 2/3rds of tongue Facial nerve (CN VII)
Describe the function of the corpus callosum Connects/carries info between the left and right cerebral hemispheres
Fibers belonging to which general classification connect the primary and association cortices for vision? Association fibers
functional area on lateral frontal lobe; also known as "areas 44, 45" Motor Speech Area (or Broca's area)
LOBE in which the general sensory cortex is located? Parietal Lobe (5,7)
Major function of the precentral gyrus Primary motor area
Name given to fiber tract running from the hippocampus to the mammillary bodies Fornix
Name of functional area adjacent to the calcarine fissure, mostly on the medial aspect Primary Visual Area
Name the collections of neuron cell bodies for the second order neuron in the general sensory pathways (nuclei or ganglia) Area's 5 & 7???
Numbers given to the Primary Somatic Sensory Area 1, 2, 3
Specific location (i.e. structure; no numbers) of the "primary sensory area" telencephalon
The fornix is a group of fibers which begins in the hippocampus and terminates on the _________ Mamillary bodies/mamillary nuclei of hippocampus
Type of fibers connecting cortices in opposite hemispheres (example: corpus callosum) Commisural fibers
Type of fibers connecting the cortex with subcortical areas (the internal capsule would be an example of this type) Projection fibers
What type of fiber connects the primary auditory cortex with the auditory association cortex? Association fibers
Cord of pia mater extending downward from the inferior end of the spinal cord Filum terminalis
Name given to the cord of pia mater running downward from the inferior end of the spinal cord Filum terminale
Name of sheet of dura mater that separates cerebellum and cerebrum Tentorium cerebelli
tooth-like lateral extensions of the pia around the cord; anchors the pia and arachnoid to the dura Denticulate ligament
Cerebrospinal fluid flows from the 4th ventricle into the ______ through the medial and lateral apertures. Cerebellomedullary cistern
Cerebrospinal fluid is secreted by _____and absorbed into a dural venous sinus via the _____. choroid plexus, arachnoid villi
Cerebrospinal fluid passes from 4th ventricle in the ______ subarachnoid space
In the absorption of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), the CSF passes from the subarachnoid space into the A.___ via the B._____. Dural Sinuses, Arachnoid Villi
In the absorption of CSF, the fluid moves across the arachnoid granulations FROM the A) _____ INTO the B)______ subarachnoid space, dural sinus
Structure that forms/secretes CSF Choroid plexus
Vascular connective tissue inside the ventricles which forms the cerebrospinal fluid Choroid plexus
Part of the brain that maintains equilibrium, adjusts muscle tone, influences synergy of muscle movement, etc. cerebellum
Consider a hemidissection of the left T5 spinal cord. In which area of the body would you expect the following deficits? _____pain ___discriminating touch _____voluntary motor a. R arm b. L arm c. R leg d. Pain – c Disc. touch – d Voluntary motor – d
Consider a hemidissection of the right L1 spinal cord. In which area of the body would you expect the following deficits? _____ discriminating touch _____ pain? _____ voluntary motor a. R arm b. L arm c. R leg d. L leg Disc. touch – c Pain – d Voluntary motor – ?
Consider a hemidissection of the RIGHT T4 spinal cord. In which area of the body would you expect the following deficits? _____ pain _____ discriminating touch _____ voluntary motor a.R Arm b.L Arm c.R Leg d.L Leg Pain – c ? Disc. touch – c ? Voluntary motor – c ?
Consider a lesion in the right internal capsule. a.pain b. discriminating touch c. voluntary motor control d. no deficits expected What deficits are expected in the left leg? Left leg – a,b,c
Consider a lesion in the right internal capsule. a.pain b. discriminating touch c. voluntary motor control d. no deficits expected What SENSORY deficits are expected in the right arm? Right arm - d
Cranial nerve that is parasympathetic to the lacrimal gland VII
Fibers originating in the area of 17 and terminating on ipsilateral areas 18 & 19 are categorized as ______ fibers. Association
Name (NOT number) of cranial nerve that supplies motor to the muscles of mastication Trigeminal
Portion of the cerebral cortex that is involved in judgment, personality, and emotions 1, 2, 3
Created by: AnatomyMash on 2013-03-23



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