BIPIN100-fortes-midtermIIpractice

BIPIN100-fortes-midtermIIpractice - Midterm II Potential...

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1. Certain lesions in the human Central Nervous System can lead to the loss of different sensory inputs. In the following cases, match the corresponding areas of damage to their respective sensory loss. (Only choose the best fit outcome for each case) ___ Left side of the SC @ L1 damaged ___ Right side of SC @ L1 damaged ___ Left half of Medulla damaged ___ Right half thalamus damaged a. Entire loss of sensory information for the right side of the body. b. Loss of propioception, fine touch, vibrations but nociception and temperature remains intact for the entire left side of the body. c. Loss of propioception, fine touch, and vibrations for the left leg. Nociception, temperature intact for left leg. d. Both legs experience loss of propioception, fine touch, and vibration but nociception and temperature remain intact. e. Loss of propioception, fine touch, vibrations, nociception, and temperature for the right leg. f.
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2009 for the course BIPN 100 taught by Professor French during the Spring '07 term at UCSD.

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