Flashcards in Anatomy - Nervous System Deck (71):
What are the components of the brain stem?
What are the components of the diencephalon?
The _____ is the most inferior portion of the brain stem.
The _____ nervous system is made up of sensory, (somatic) motor, and (autonomic) connective nerves.
Sensory nerves are afferent or efferent?
Somatic nerves are also known as ___ nerves?
The somatic nervous system regulates?
The automatic nervous system controls?
Involuntary body functions
Which nervous system controls smooth muscle?
_____ lobe of the brain controls motor function.
What part of the brain is responsible for emotion?
Which lobe of the brain is responsible for hearing?
Which lobe of the brain is the primary sensory lobe?
What occurs in the central sulcus?
Sensory information turing into motor
Which lobe is responsible for vision?
There are ____pairs of nerves?
____ pairs of nerves originate from the brain?
____ pairs of nerves originate from spinal cord.
What are the components of the central nervous system?
Brain,brain stem, and spinal cord
What are the functions of the medulla?
ALL VITALS EXPECT FOR TEMP
Anything up/down throat
Which part of the brain houses the sleep and respiratory center?
____ is a cluster of grey matter located outside of the central nervous system.
_____ is the preganglionic neurotransmitter for parasympathetic.
_____ is the post ganglionic neurotransmitter for parasympathetic.
______ is the post ganglionic neurotrasmitter for sympathetic.
What are crainal nerves responsible for?
Parasympathetic is also known as?
Sympathetic is also known as?
Musterin is a want to be _________ drug.
Nicotinic is a want to be_____ drug.
The _____ relays information from the cerebrum to cerebellum.
The _____ is the smallest region of the brain stem.
A group of nuclei scattered throughout the brain stem is known as?
____ are clusters of gray matter found in CNS.
What is the function of the reticular formation?
Sleep-wake cycle and in maintaining consciousness
The _____ is found between the brain stem and cerebrum.
What are the two parts of the diencephalon?
Which part of the diencephalon receives sensory input and relays impulses to the cerebral cortex?
Which part of the diencephalon influences mood, general body movements, and strong emotions?
The _______ is the "gate keeper" to the cerebrum.
Which part of the diencephalon is responsible for temperature regulation, sexual activity, hormonal cycles?
What is included in the limbic system ?
Portions of cerebrum and diencephalon
The limbic system influences?
Sensations of pain and pleasure
The _____ is the second largest part of the human brain.
The major functions of the cerebellum include:
Maintenance of posture
Maintenance of equilibrium
Fine coordination and precise control of muscle movements
Central _____ matter consists of nerve cell bodies and dendrites.
Peripheral _____ matter consists of nerve tracts.
____ root conveys afferent nerve processes to the cord.
______ root conveys efferent nerve processes away from the cord.
___ root ganglia contains the cell bodies of sensory neurons.
The _____ mater is the most superficial and thickest layer.
____ mater is the third meningeal layer.
The ______ lobe is responsible for hearing,
The ___ lobe is responsible for vision.
The ___ is the primary reflex center.
Posterior spinal cord = ____
Anterior spinal cord = _____
The ____ space has CSF.
Which meninges is attached to the brain?
The ___ nervous system collects information from inside body and body surface.
____ map sensory nerves.
CN II is?
CN III is?
Eye movement pointing up
CN X is?
CN V is?
CN IX is?
Sticking out tongue/mouth
CN XII is?
CN VI is?
Eye movement to the sides
CN IV is?
Crossed eyed - movement looking to nose
_____ is the chief nerve of the parasympathetic system.