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Tracts- Ascending

Neuro

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Tracts are located ___ the ___ Inside, CNS
Ascending tracts relay ___ feedback in to the ___ and ___ sensory, cerebrum, cerebellum
the fasciculus cuneatus (posterior or dorsal column) is a sensory tract for ___ trunk/ neck/ UE proprioception, vibration, 2 point discrimination, graphesthesia fasciculus= writhing movement= proprioception
The fasciculus gracilis (posterior or dorsal column) is a sensory tract for ____ traunk/ LE proprioception, 2 point discrimination, vibration, graphesthesia Gracilis= LE
The spinocerebellar tract (dorsal) is a sensory tract that ascends to the _____ for _____ cerebellum, ipsilateral subconscious proprioception, mm tension, joint sense, posture of trunk and LE
The spinocerebellar tract (ventral) is a sensory tract that ascends to the _____ for _____ cerebellm, some cross/recross level of pons, ipsilateral subconscious proprioception, mm tension, joint sense, posture of trunk UE, LE
The spino-olivary tract ascends to the ____ in order to _____ Cerebellum, relays info from cutaneous and proprioceptive organs olivary= organs
The spinoreticular tract is the ____ for the ____ afferent pathway (in), reticular formation influence levels of consciousness Reticular-retina-see-concussion-consciousness
Spinotectal tract is a sensory tract providing ____ info for ____ afferent, spinovisual reflexes and assists with movement of eyes and head towards stimulus
Created by: hgiertych
 

 



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