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NWHSU NOT MASH CNS 1

NWHSU NOT MASH CNS 1 lesion questions

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Bilateral segmental loss of pain is the result of damage to what region? central canal of spinal cord
Bilateral segmental loss of pain is the result of damage to what tracts? crossing fibers of the lateral spinothalamic on each side
Unilateral loss of pain is the result of damage to substantia gelatinosa or dorsal root ganglia or lateral funiculus
Unilateral loss of conscious proprioception but not pain is the result of damage to dorsal column
No loss of conscious proprioception or pain is the result of damage to ventral horn
What tract carries IPSILATERAL information about fine touch, pressure, vibration sensation and concious proprioception at T6 and below fasciculus gracilis
What tract carries IPSILATERAL information about fine touch, pressure, vibration sensation and concious proprioception at T6 and above fasciculus cuneatus
A lesion of what tract would affect gait Dorsal spinocerebellar
What tract transmits IPSIlateral signals from muscle spindles and Golgi tendon organs in lower limbs Dorsal spinocerebellar
What tract transmits IPSIlateral signals from muscle spindles and Golgi tendon organs in upper limbs Cuneocerebellar
What tract transmits CONTRAlateral signals from only Golgi tendon organs in lower limbs Ventral spinocerebellar
What tract transmits IPSIlateral signals from only Golgi tendon organs in upper limbs Rostral spinocerebellar
What tract transmits CONTRAlateral signals for discriminative pain, temperature, and simple tactile sensations NeoSpinothalamic - Direct
What tract transmits arousal emotional components of pain Indirect: Paleospinothalamic, Spinoreticular, Spinomesencephalic
What tract controls voluntary movements of both contralateral upper and lower limbs Corticospinal tract
What tract facilitates CONTRAlateral flexor motor neurons and inhibit extensor motor neurons Rubrospinal tract
What tract facilitates IPSIlateral extensor motor neurons and inhibit flexor motor neurons Lateral vestibulospinal
What tract directs head movements in response to visual and auditory stimuli Tectospinal
What tract directs head movements in response to posture Medial vestibulospinal
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