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Unformatted text preview: Somasensory association area: posterior to primary somasensory: meaning of incoming sensory is analyzed Ex: aware of pain, cold, touch, etc. Ulcus: where olfactory area lies deep within lobe Broca’s area: (found at base of precentral gyrus, just above lateral sulcus): motor speech area Wernickes area: (junction of parietal and temporal): unfamiliar words sounded out *broca and wernickes only in one lobe Cerebral cortex: gray matter on outer( for functions) and white matter is deeper (for impulses to cortex) Conus medullaries: where spinal cord terminates Filum terminale: where pia mater extends to coccx ( has denticulate ligaments) Cauda equine: nerves at inferior spinal cord Precentral gyrus: where primary motor area is located (conscious or voluntary skeletal movement. .so somatic?)...
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2011 for the course NURSING 000 taught by Professor Clark during the Spring '11 term at Alabama.
- Spring '11