AL, PARTLY FROM BRACHIAL PLEXUS: WHICH NERVES? INNERVATES:
D SACRAL PLEXUS?
A10 checklist for quiz 6 on senses and spinal plexuses,dermatomes, referred pain
[do not forget the 7 team presentations]:
PHANTOM LIMB PAIN
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME
What does TRANSDUCTION mean in terms of the senses?
cornea, lens, iris, ciliary muscle, retina, rods and cones, bipolar cells, ganglion
cells, optic nerve (which number?) result of crossing over of optic nerve at thalamus,
Rhodopsin, retinene (=retinal)cis vs. trans, , corneal flap (in lasik surgery)
cataract,aqueous and vitreous humour, glaucoma, IOP, rods and cones hyperpolarize in
Where is the PRIMARY VISUAL CORTEX
in the brain?
Ears; tympanum, malleus incus stapes, stapedius and tensor tympani muscles, oval vs
round window (which dissipates sound, which is contacted by the stapes (oval)?), hair