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NWHSU Mash CNS1 Area

NWHSU Mash CNS Test 1 Areas

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areas 3,1,2 are located in the ______ lobe parietal
which thalamic nucleus projects to areas 3,1,2 laterally VPMN ventral posterior medial nucleus
Motor cortices, areas 4 & 6, receive afferents from ______ ventrolateral nucleus of thalamus
areas 5 and 7 are located in the ________ lobe parietal
give the sources of afferents to areas 5 and 7 on the RIGHT: association fibers from Right cerebral cortex; area 3,1,2 IPSI; primary general sensory
give the sources of afferents to areas 5 and 7 on the LEFT: association fibers from Left cerebral cortex; area 3,1,2; primary general sensory
give the sources of afferents to areas 5 and 7 on the RIGHT: commissural fibers from Left cerebral cortex; area 5,7 CONTRA; sensory association
give the sources of afferents to areas 5 and 7 on the LEFT: commissural fibers from Right cerebral cortex; area 5,7; sensory association
give the sources of afferents to areas 5 and 7 on the RIGHT: projection fibers from the non-specific group of the thalamus and ________ integrated group of thalamus
give the sources of afferents to areas 5 and 7 on the LEFT: projection fibers from the non-specific group of the thalamus and ________ integrated group of thalamus
give the sources of afferents to areas 5 and 7 on the RIGHT cerebral cortex: projection fibers from _____and ____. non-specific and integrated group of the the thalamus
Name the afferents to areas 5 and 7 on the left side. Association fibers from ______, Commissural fibers from ________, and projection fibers from _______ and ______. L 3,1,2; R 5,7; non-specific and integrated group of the thalamus
Name the source of incoming fibers to areas 5 and 7 (general sensory association cortex) on the LEFT: Short association fibers from the; Commissural fibers from; Projection fibers from ?Primary GSA (Areas 3, 1, 2 on the left cerebrum); Right Areas 5 and 7; non-specific and integrated group of thalamus
Area 17 receives specific afferents from the ___ optic nerve
The motor speech area (Broca's area) is located in the ______ lobe. Frontal
The sensory and motor language areas communicate through the ________ superior longitudinal fasciculus on the left
Via which group of fibers do the motor speech and sensory language areas communicate superior longitudinal fasciculus
Broca's motor-speech area is located in ______ lobe? frontal
the left superior longitudinal faciculus is interrupted, what's the deficit language
fibers in the consensual pupillary light response decussate in the posterior commissure
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