z My Neuroanatomy Behavioral Neurosciences COPY

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Exam 1: Introductory Neuroanatomy
•Be able to diagram the directional terms as they relate to brain anatomy. •Be able to name the lobes, gyri, sulci, and fissures on a picture or diagram of a brain. •Be able to locate the important functional regions of the cerebral cortex and describe what those regions do.
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Exam 1: Ventricles and Cerebrospinal Fluid
•Recall the material covered in Gross Anatomy concerning circulation, CSF and meninges. •Identify the components of the ventricular system and adjacent brain structures. •Identify the cisterns around the brain in brain slices or MRI/CT images. •Compare the composition of CSF to blood. •List the general functions of the structures that surround the ventricles.
82  cards
Exam 1: CNS Development (finished up to slide 64, will add 65-72 later. But it is ready to use)
•Describe the timing of basic events in nervous system development. •Be able to name and diagram the formation of the brainstem, vesicles, and spinal cord from the neural tube •Understand the fate of cells in the basal and alar plate of the brainstem.
49  cards
Exam 1: Brainstem 1: Introduction and Medulla + CN nuclei origins for medulla and pons
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73  cards
Exam 1: Cranial Nerves; Classification, function, and brainstem nuclei from table 12.3 and 12.4 of brainstem1 lecture (I will add 12.5 later, but ready to use now)
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19  cards
Exam 1: Reflexes
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32  cards
Exam 1: Sensory
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61  cards
Exam 1: Neurotransmitters
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27  cards
Exam 1: Lab 2: brainstem external & internal; structures, CN, and sensory pathways
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101  cards
Exam 1: Meningitis I (lecture checkpoint questions)
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21  cards
Exam 1: Meningitis II (lecture checkpoint questions)
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26  cards
Exam 1: Congenital Malformations, Hydrocephalus, Perinatal lesions (includes supplemental questions)
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32  cards
Exam 1: IS: Introduction to Clinical Neurology and Neuropathology (Neurology section)
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10  cards
Exam 1: IS: Introduction to Clinical Neurology and Neuropathology (Neuropathology section)
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14  cards
Exam 1: IS for infectious disease
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24  cards
Exam 1: Autonomics
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24  cards
Exam 1: Somatosensory Pathways; DCML and Anterolateral
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22  cards
Exam 1: Corticospinal and other descending pathways
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32  cards
Exam 1: Brainstem 2: Pons and Trigeminal Sensory System + some of midbrain (CN nuclei origins diagrams for pons included in Brainstem 1 deck)
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52  cards
Exam 1: Brainstem 3: Trigeminal complex and midbrain (slides repeated from previous lectures are included in those decks)
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34  cards
Exam 1: Myelin and Metabolic Disorders
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57  cards
Exam 1: Anti - Seizure meds (partial summary of key stuff! not enough time to do all the info)
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33  cards
Exam 2: Eye - Clinical and Pathology (summarys and pictures from DSA)
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43  cards
Exam 2: Dizziness – Vertigo and Presyncope
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26  cards
Exam 2: Given drug classes, name the drugs in that class we need to know. (Cholinergic, antimuscaranic, ganglionic, adrenergic, antiadrenergic drugs)
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19  cards
Exam 2: Given a list of drugs, name the class of drug that they belong to. (Cholinergic, antimuscaranic, ganglionic, adrenergic, antiadrenergic drugs)
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19  cards
Exam 2: Given drug classes, name the drugs in that class we need to know. (Benzodiazepines, Barbiturates, Hypnotics, General anesthetics)
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18  cards
Exam 2: Given a list of drugs, name the class of drugs that they belong to. (Benzodiazepines, Barbiturates, Hypnotics, General anesthetics)
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18  cards
Exam 2: Thalamic nuclei (given a function thats affected by a lesion know the nuclei affected, its inputs, and its outputs)
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13  cards
Exam 2: Blood Circulation of the CNS (be able to identify the arteries that supply given parts of the CNS)
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18  cards
Exam 3: Given drug classes, name the drugs in that class we need to know. (Antidepressants, Bipolar drugs, antipsychotics, drugs of abuse)
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18  cards
Exam 3: Given a list of drugs, name the class of drug that they belong to. (Antidepressants, Bipolar drugs, antipsychotics, drugs of abuse)
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