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HD 220 Prelim 1 study guide Page 1 Study Guide HD 220 Prelim 1 This is meant to be a guide, not a contract written in stone . I expect this covers the things you need to know, but I can not 100% guarantee it. Week 1 (Chapter 2) 1. Terminology: a. Gyrus and Sulcus b. Slices: sagittal, coronal, axial c. Understand the directional terms and the 2 coordinate systems used to determine location in the nervous system d. Afferent and efferent e. Gray matter and white matter 2. Know what the meninges are and the 3 layers that make up the meninges 3. Know what meningitis, encephalitis, and hydrocephalus are. What are the differences between these disorders? 4. Know the 4 lobes of the brain and be able to identify them on a figure. 5. What is a stroke? 6. What are ventricles and CSF? 7. Know the main components of central, somatic, and autonomic NS (and their components) 8. What are Brodmann areas (BA)? a. Know the BA associated with: i. movement ii. touch iii. hearing iv. vision. 9. What side of the brain is most commonly associated with language? 10. What are dermatomes? 11. What is difference between sympathetic and parasympathetic NS? 12. Familiarize yourself with the principles of brain functioning as outlined at the end of chapter 2 Week 1 - Methods (See syllabus for additional pages) 1. Know which methods are used for structural and which for functional information 2. What does fMRI measure? 3. How does PET work and what does it measure?
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