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CHAPTER 16 SPINAL NERVES REVIEW SHEETLearning Objectives1.Identify the parts of the spinal cord, including the cervical and lumbarenlargements, gray and white matter (Chapter 16.1)2.List the spinal meninges and explain their relationship to cranial meninges(Chapter 16.2)3.Describe the basic spinal nerve plan for all 31 spinal nerves, how theycontribute to dermatomes.Explain, in your own words, what dermatomesare. (Chapter 16.3)4.Define a nerve plexus (Chapter 16.4b)5.Identify the brachial and cervical plexuses.Be able to understand how thebrachial plexus nerves merge and divide into terminal branches. List itsterminal branches and their regions of sensory innervation and motorinnervation (Chapter 16.4d,e, Table 16.3)6.Describe the components of a reflex arc (Ch 16.5a)7.Identify the lumbar and sacral plexuses.List their terminal branches. List theregions of sensory and muscle innervation for the branches of the lumbar andsacral plexuses (Chapter 16.4f,g; Tables 16.4, 16.5).8.Apply this information to clinical scenarios by predicting loss of function inmuscles and skin regions in brachial and lumbar plexus nerve lesions.

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