Flashcards in Week 2 Peripheral Nervous System Deck (19):
What is innate and acquired reflex ?
Innate is natural like blinking when scared and acquired is when you learn like reading
Conditioned reflex ?
Is automatic reflex like driving on auto pilot
What neurotransmitter is associated with skeletal muscle ?
What are each receptors for ?
1- responds to force such as touch pressure vibrations
2- responds to temp change
3- eye respond to light
4- chemical change
5- pain extreme
Importance of Pupillary light reflex ?
Shows neurons are working
The tap on the knee
Define plantar and babinski reflex
Plantar - toes curl when foot ticketed
Babinski - big toe stands up when foot ticketed this could mean nerouns are damaged
Sends to diaphragm helps to breath
Avoid when give injections
How many cranial nerv
12 pairs in Roman numerals
1- fight or flight
2- rest digest
Gate control theory ?
Ion channels open = pain
Closed no pain
What is stimuli
Sensory receptor when touched pns fibres sends signal to cns to move
Spinal nerves are named ?
Cervical thoracic sacral coccygeal lumbar
Reduced ability to feel pain
Dermatomal maps are important clinically because
Locate nerve damage
Are Capel of receiving a stimulus and yielding a response
The large onion shaped receptors that are found deep in the dermis and subcutaneous tissue and that reaping to deep pressure are