13_ActiveLecturePRS

13_ActiveLecturePRS - A patient has damage to several...

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A patient has damage to several spinal nerves. Which of the major divisions of the nervous system has been damaged? 1. Central nervous system 2. Peripheral nervous system 3. Autonomic nervous system 4. All of these are correct
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You’ve just touched a hot stove. What type of reflex did you experience___ and in what way was your brain involved in the reflex ____? 1. Cranial/the somatosensory cortex 2. Visceral/only tracts that respond to pain 3. Complex/all the sensory tracts 4. Spinal/it was not involved at all
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Which of the following is true concerning the spinal cord? 1. The filum terminale is the end of the spinal cord. 2. The conus medullaris is a strand of fibrous tissue that helps support the spinal cord. 3. The spinal cord of an adult ends between L 1 and L 2 . 4. The amount of grey matter in the spinal cord is the least at the cervical and lumbar enlargements.
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Why are spinal nerves classified as “mixed” nerves? 1. They contain both afferent and efferent fibers 2. They contain the cell bodies of sensory neurons 3. They carry mixed or conflicting information 4. Axons of the ventral root carry sensory information to the spinal cord and axons of the dorsal root control somatic and visceral effectors
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Damage to which root of a spinal nerve would interfere with motor function? 1. Posterior root 2. Anterior root 3. Dorsal root 4. Ventral root
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the spinal cord located? 1.
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