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Neuroanatomy

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What structures make up the Basil Ganglia? Corpus Striatum, Subthalamic Nucleus, Substantia Nigra, Caudate Nucleus, Putamen, Globus Palidas
What is the Extrapyramidal System, and what does it do? The Basal Ganglia, and the Cerebellum; acts to moderate voluntary movement
What are hallmarks of a lesion in the Basal Ganglia? Meaningless, unintentional movement occuring unexptedly;
Name examples of diseases resulting from Basal Ganglia dysfunction Huntington's Chorea, Parkinson's Disease, Tourette's
What is athetosis? Snakelike wringing of fingers and wrists
Whats is Hemiballismus? Sudden flailing of one arm
What is the cause of Parkinson's? Destruction of dopamine producing cells in the Substantia Nigra
What is a hallmark of Parinkson's Disease? Lewy Body inclusions
Which portion of brain controls parasympathetic responses? Anterior Hypothalamus
What hormones does the Posterior Hypothalamus secrete? ADH, Oxytocin
What hormones does the Anterior Hypothalamus secrete? Prolactin, LH, FSH, ACTH, TSH, Somatatrophic Hormone,
What makes up the Anterior Circulation to the brain? Right and left carotids feed into anterior cerebral arteries and middle cerebral arteries
What makes up the Posterior Circulation to the brain? Subclavian turns into rt and lt vertebral arteries, which then continue as the basilar artery
What do the anterior cerebral arteries supply? Medial and superior surface of brain, frontal pole
What do the middle cerebral arteries supply? Parietal lobe, temporal lobe, lateral surface of frontal lobe
What does the posterior inferior cerebellar artery supply? Central and undersurface of cerebellum, inferior surface of vermis, medulla
What does the anterior inferior cerebellar artery supply? anterior and inferior cerebellum, pons and upper medule
What does the superior cerebellar artery supply? Thalamus, midbrain, lateral and medial occipital lobe, infolateral and medial surfaces of temporal lobe
What do the posterior cerebral arteries supply? Midbrain, occipital lobe, posterior temporal lobe
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