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Frontal Lobe

Memory, cognition and reasoning
Behavior: judgment, concentration problem solving, planning
Broca area
Contralateral Motor Fx

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Parietal Lobe

Touch, pressure, temperature taste sweet/ salty
reading math
spacial awareness

3

Occipital Lobe

vision, reading comprehension
visual recognition of objects

4

Termoral Lobe

Hearing, memory, language, Wernicke's interpretive sound, thought faces

5

Broca's Area

Understanding fine, responding is challenging, can't find the right words

6

Wernicke's

They speak find, but don't make any sense, they think they make sense but they don't.

7

Cranial nerves in order

1 olfactory
2 occipital
3 oculomotor
4 trochlear
5 trigeminal
6 abducens
7 facial
8 vestibulocochlear
9 glossopharyngeal
10 vagus
11 accessory
12 hypoglossal

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Normal ICP

10-15

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What can increase ICP

coughing, sneezing, defecating

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Contents of ICP

Brain- tissue, blood, CSF

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Meninges

Dura
Arachnoid
Pia Mater

12

Sinuses

Superior sagital
cavernous
transverse

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What is in the brain stem?

Midbrain
pons
medulla
cranial nerves

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what does the medulla do?

regulates heartbeat, breathing, blood pressure, length of inspiration and expiration rate

15

Involuntary fx of the brain stem?

Nausea, vomiting, coughing, hiccups

16

Cerebral cortex?

All the lobes

17

Hippocampus

influences learning and memory

18

Thalamus

Relays sensory info to the lobes

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Hypothalamus

regulates temp, eating, sleeping, and endocrine system

20

Cerebellum

Balance and movement

21

How many pairs of Dermatones?

31 pairs

22

Pituitary Gland

In charge of the endocrine system

23

Order of spine

C
T
L
S
C

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Cervical Spine

1-8

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Thoracic Spine

1-12

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Lumbar Spine

1-5

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Sacral Spine

1-5

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Reflex Arc

reflex arc the circuit traveled by impulses producing a reflex action: receptor organ, afferent nerve, nerve center, efferent nerve, effector organ in a muscle

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Central Nerves are where?

brain and spinal cord

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Peripheral Nerves are where?

Nerves go from spinal cord to your arms, hands, legs and feet

31

Autonomic Nerves are where?

Nerves go from your spinal cord to your lungs, heart, stomach, intestines, bladder and sex organs

32

Cranial Nerves are where?

nerves go from brain to your eyes, mouth , ears and other parts of the head

33

Cerebral blood flow supplies

O2, glucose and nutrients

34

Anterior Circulation

is provided by carted arteries

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Posterior Circulation

is provided by vertebral arteries

36

Circle of Willis

Carotid and Vertebral arteries join together

37

Circle of Willis makes the

blood, brain, barrier

38

What makes up the ANS

SNS and PNS

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PNS

rest, breed and feed
originate in s2 to s4

40

SNS

Fight or flight
originate in the t1 thru l2/l3

41

The brain needs

o2 and glucose

42

5 arteries

left and right cartid and vertebral arteries and central basilar