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Exam 4 Review Chapter 13: Brain and Cranial Nerves 13.1 Describe the general anatomic features of the brain. 13.1 Compare and contrast the distribution of gray and white matter throughout the brain divisions. 13.2 Compare and contrast the structure and locations of the three meninges, and list the spaces found between the meninges. 13.2 Describe the four cranial dural septa, and give their locations. 13.2 Describe the anatomy and location of the ventricles. 13.2 Explain the three functions of cerebrospinal fluid. 13.2 Trace the circulation of cerebrospinal fluid, beginning with its origin and ending with its removal. 13.2 Describe the components that form the blood-brain barrier. Explain how the blood-brain barrier protects the brain. 13.3 Discriminate between the left and right cerebral hemispheres with respect to their general functions. 13.3 Identify the role of the corpus callosum. 13.3 Explain the physical boundaries, important features, and functions of each cerebral lobe. 13.3 Locate and list the functions of the three motor areas, the five sensory areas, five association areas and two functional brain regions. 13.3 Explain the phenomenon of cerebral lateralization. 13.3 Identify the functions of left and right hemispheres in most individuals. 13.4 List components located in the epithalamus, and describe their functions. 13.4 Explain how circadian rhythm is regulated. 13.4 Describe the location of the thalamus and its action on sensory information. 13.4 Identify the location and seven functions of the hypothalamus. 13.5 Describe the location of the midbrain. 13.5 Describe the location of the pons and the functions of the pontine respiratory center. 13.5 Describe the location of the medulla oblongata and the functions of its autonomic centers.
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