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What structures make up the Hindbrain? Cerebellum, Pons, Medulla
Describe teh Cerebellum. 2 Hemispheres, thin Cortex of GRAY matter
What is teh function of the Cerebellum? 1. Muscular Memory; 2. Normal Locamotion; 3. adjusts Postural muscles for Balance
What is Muscle Memory? involved in Habitual actions: walking, driving
What does the Pons articulate with? links Cerebellar Hemispheres and connects the Cerebellum with the Cerebrum and Medulla
What is the function of the Pons? works with the Medulla to control BREATHING
Where is the Medulla located? Hindbrain - LOWER Brain Stem, continuous with the Spinal Cord
What does the Medulla look like? Pyramid formations bilateral to the cleavage line
What is the function of the Medulla? to control Vital Centers and Non-Vital Centers - crossing nerve tracts carrying Voluntary MOTOR output from the Cerebral Cortex
What do the Vital Centers control? Respiration, Heart rate, Vasomotor control
What is controlled b the Non-Vital Centers? Coughing, Vomiting, Swallowing
Created by: kristel387