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1

where is the primary motor cortex located

precentral gyrus

2

where is the primary somatosensory cortex located

postcentral gyrus

3

where is the primary visual cortex located

posterior occipital lobe (superior and inferior banks of calcarine fissure)

4

where is primary auditory cortex located

superior aspect of temporal lobe

5

which hemisphere is Broca's area located

left (inferior frontal gyrus)

6

which hemisphere is Wernicke's area located

left (superior temporal gyrus, extending toward end of lateral fissure)

7

where are frontal eye fields located

middle frontal gyrus

8

where is lesion located if patient is unable to identify objects by touch (cortical sensory loss)

area just posterior to primary somatosensory cortex

9

damage to what area produces left hemineglect

right parieto-occipital temporal hereromodal association cortex

10

what artery supplies the posterior limb and genu of internal capsule

lenticulostriate artery

11

what artery supplies the thalamus

thalamoperforate artery

12

what artery supplies face area of primary motor cortex

MCA

13

what artery supplies foot area of primary somatosensory cortex

ACA

14

what artery supplies Broca's area

L MCA superior division

15

what artery supplies Wernicke's area

L MCA, inferior division

16

what artery supplies retina

opthalmic artery

17

what artery supplies UE region of primary motor cortex

MCA superior division

18

damage to what part of the brain produces hemineglect

R parietal region