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BME Questions_10 - e longitudinal fissure corpus callosum 4...

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1. The brain stem consists of 3 parts which include the ____________________, __________________ and ___________________. a. medulla, hypothalamus, pineal gland b. medulla, pons, thalamus c. corpus callosum, pons, pineal gland d. medulla, pons, mid brain e. mid brain, pons, pineal gland 2. Which of the following is not of the four nodes of the brain? 3. The ______________________ and the ______________________________ are the two main fissures in the brain.
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Unformatted text preview: e. longitudinal fissure, corpus callosum 4. The ____________________________________ separates the brain into the left and right hemispheres. a. lateral fissure b. longitudinal fissure c. central sulcus d. basal ganglia e. aqueduct 5. The central sulcus is the large, deep indentation in the brain that separates the ______________ land ________________________. a. frontal node, temporal node b. temporal node, parietal node c. occipital node, parietal node d. occipital node, temporal node e. frontal node, parietal node...
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