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Vision & Auditory

Neuroanatomy - Vision & Auditory

Blindness in one eye Lesion in optic nerve
Loss of peripheral vision bitemporal hemianopsia
Loss of peripheral vision Lesion in optic chiasm
Loss of nasal visual field nasal hemianopsia
Loss of nasal visual field Lesion in lateral side of chiasm
Loss of R or L visual field homonymous hemianopsia
Loss of R or L visual field Lesion in optic tract or cortex
Loss of quadrant (both eyes) superior quadrant anopsia
Loss of quadrant (both eyes) Lesion in Meyer's loop
Spiral ganglion no synapses (like dorsal root) axons create cochlear nerve
Cochlear Nuclei cochlear nerve synapses, output forms lateral lemniscus
Trapezoid body decussating fibers destined for lateral lemniscus
Inferior colliculus termination of lateral lemniscuc, projects to medial geniculate nucleus
Medial geniculate nucleus projects to auditory cortex in temporal lobe (area 41)
Vestibular ganglion vestibular equivalent of spiral ganglion, synapses in vestibular nuclei
Vestibular nuclei output to cerebellum; inferior cerebellar peduncle
Vestibular nuclei control of eye movement: medial longitudinal fasciculus (MLF)
Vestibular nuclei control of head and upper limbs: medial vestibulospinal tract
Vestibular nuclei controls lower limbs: lateral vestibulospinal tract
Created by: JYarger
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