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Telencephalon Becomes?

Cerebral hemispheres and lateral ventricles

2

Diencephalon Becomes?

Thalamus and third ventricles

3

MeSencephalon Becomes?

Midbrain and Aqueduct

4

MeTencephalon Becomes?

Pons/cerebellum; upper part of fourth ventricle

5

Myelencephalon Becomes?

Medulla and Lower part of the fourth ventricle

6

Neural Crest makes?

PNS neurons and schwann cells

7

Microglia is from?

Mesoderm

8

Neuroectoderm makes?

CNSs neurons and ependymal cells, oligodendroglia and astrocytes

9

Which type of cells is able to regenerate? How?

PNS
Wallerian Degeneration=>degeneration distal to injury

10

Dendrites can be seen on what kind of staining?

Nissel

11

What produces physical support and that is a component of the BBB and produces reactive gliosis in response to neural injury? What marker will you see? Where is it derived from?

Astrocytes
GFAP
Neuroectoderm

12

Microglia is what kind of cell? Origin?

Scavenger cell
Mesoderm

13

Nodes of Ranvier have high concentrations of?

Na+

14

Myelin increases?

Space constant and conduction velocity

15

Schwann Cells origin?

Neural Crest

16

Acoustic Neuroma has a strong association with?

Type 2 NF
(NF 2+CN 8)*10=>+S100

17

Predominant cell type of glial cells in white matter?

Oligodendroglia

18

What has a fried egg appearance and derives from neuroectoderm?

Oligodendroglia

19

What is inflamed in Guillain Barre Syndrome?

Endoneurium

20

Perineum is what kind of barrier?

Permeability

21

A patient is undergoing a surgerical operation, what must be attached for limb reattachment?

Perineurium

22

Neural Tube Defects are associated with increase?

AFP