2006Exam2_365R - Name#7 5 war EID Quiz 2 BME 365R Nov 7...

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Unformatted text preview: Name #7 5 war» EID Quiz 2 BME 365R Nov. 7, 2006 1. Short Answer (2 points each) Match the following symptoms with the anatomical site of the pathology: 1. Bradykinesia, resting tremor 1:3 j?” i (ah , r / , “A. y 2. Choreaform movements, autosomal dominant inheritance l5 \m hf! 3. Intention tremor, past pointing, hypotonia i] 4. Paralysis, rigidity, clonus, Babinski reflex 5. Muscle atrophy, fasiculations, hypotonia C 6. Truncal ataxia, nystagmus L n J U 9 -” {dim (Wv 7. Loss of conscious proprioception 4;. w 8. Loss of pain and temperature sensation 1mm: lpu / MA“? 4 ‘v‘ v '1': A. Anterior Spinothalamic Tract B. Lateral Spinothalarnic Tract C. Anterior Horn of Spinal Cord D. Medial Longitudinal F asiculus E. Pre-central Gyrus F. PontO-Cerebellum G. Substantia Nigra H. Caudate Nucleus l. Posterior Columns J. Ventral Spinocerebellar Tract K. Superior Olivary Nucleus L. Vestibulo—Cerebellum 9. Climbing fibers in the cerebellum originate from: a. Basket Cells Golgi Cells " ’cj’r‘irerior Olive d. Granule Cells 10. Pain and temperature projects to this thalamic nucleus: a. medial b. anterior c. lateral @entral—posterior-lateral 11. The major efferent pathway from the globus palladus t0 the thalamus is called: a. ventral spinocerebellar tract Lfi/an/ bl'sa lenticularis c. medial lemniscus d. internal arcuate fibers 12. All of the following are painful stimuli except: a. K+ b. acetylcholine c. bradykinin t/dT‘Endorphan v 13. For the eye movements shown below, identify the defective CN: a. III ‘ x b. IV ,« ‘7»< -' P'uv X ._ 7/” N /d. VI ' e “ . v , r ‘ f 14. The afferent nerve for the carotid baroceptor: I“ i . VII ‘1X \{X (1. XI 15. In a negative feedback system, the feedforward gain is (5+1) and the feedback gain is 1. What is the closed loop gain (transfer) function? a. “7?. a. (5+1) b. (5“2) cI (Sm/(3+1) '1: d. (s>*I)/(s+2) , ’ ' 16. Congenital internal obstructive hydrocephalus usually occurs at: a. foramen of Monro @erebral aqueduct of Sylvius c. foramen of Megendie d. foramen of Lushka 17. The most common site of hemorrhagic stroke in hypertensive patients is: a. anterior cerebral a. b. vertebral a. c. basilar a. @nticulostriate a. 18. The total number of segmental nerves: a. 24 b. 26 c. 28 new 19. Complex action potentials in cerebellar Purkinje cells result from firing of: a. granular cells b. basket cells c. Golgi cells r’d‘r/inferior olivary cells k/ 20. The neurotransmitter implicated in long term potentiation: a. glycine \ fb'ffilutamate c. serotonin d. GABA 21‘ Stimulation of the vagus nerve (CN X) will produce all of the following except: a. decreased heart rate b. bronchial constriction g: gastric secretion "rid. sweating 22. The diagnostic lesion ofAlzheimer’s diseaSe: a. lacunar infarcts b. atrophy of the medial lemniscus afa‘neurofibrillary tangles in the hippocampus $1055 of distant memories 23. A hormone released by the neurohypothesis: a. Thyroid hormone b. LH x®xytocin d. ACTH 24. Memory can be enhanced by: a. repetition b. CREB 0. strong emotional association / "£15811 of the above L/ 25. The light-entrained pacemaker responsible for generation of the circadian rhythm in mammals is the: f'r’QTsuprachiasmatic nucleus \‘b’fventro-medial hippocampus c. pineal body d. inferior colliculus 26. A patient who is sweaty, hyperactive, and has bulging eyes and elevated BMR probably has too much: a. growth hormone .[email protected]_ A c. glucocomcmds d. ACTH 27. After an operation on a pituitary adenoma, a patient has hypotension, excessive urination, and is hyperosmotic, The likely cause is: a. low vasopressin \below oxytocin (2. high ACTH d. high TSH 28. Location of preganglionic sympathetic neuron cell bodies: a. CN nuclei @termediolateral cell column c. ganglia close to target organs d. ganglia distant from target organs r/ “W a. A 29. A T6 yeaij-old Single patient presents with visual loss in the left eye On exam she is found to have a central scotoma in the left eye and nystagmus. No retinal problems are found. The patient’s vision recovers after 2 months except for a slight color abnormality. Six months later the patient presents with paresthesias and decreased vibratory sense in the left arm and leg. On physical exam, there is some weakness in the left arm and leg also. The most likely diagnosis is: V» a ‘ .1" if M. J a. Guillian Barre w“ l“ V; / / b. post-infectious encephalomyelitis c. neurosyphilis mnultiple sclerosis v 30. In the case above, a lumbar puncture is obtained and most likely shows: a. blood in CSF b. opening pressure of 30 cm water elevated IgG Kd/a low glucose concentration 31. A patient presents with a history of minor head trauma and increasing headache. On examination, the right eye is bright red. Auscultation reveals a bruit (swishing noise) around the eye. The most likely diagnosis is: a. carotid artery embolism A \‘ I . f b./carot1d-cavern0us smus fistula c. aneurysm of the anterior communicating artery d. middle cerebral artery stenosis 32. A patient cannot feel vibration or sense the position of his joints in the right leg. He can feel pinprick in the right leg but he cannot feel pinprick in his left leg. Position sense is intact in the left leg. Can you explain this constellation of signs based on your knowledge of the sensory pathways? Where is the lesion? a. right DRG lefi DRG y c. right cord hemisection \ dileft cord hemisection 11. Motor System ( 15 points) a. Diagram the general organization of the motor systemkanrr’ / r if wife ‘7’"? / ’ Gwrgm gig/gt. ~> 5: um and a“??? —~—-——r-'——"""< \ \ We: {mete {INN L”"“-» (We. ,.. if; fieai we: 15 /w " * > c. Describe the structure and function of the muscle spindle. Label Ia and II afferents and y and a efferentsr\ it? d. Sketch the monosynapti‘c-‘etretch reflex. e. Describe the events that transpire from the AP in the oMN to the creation of force in the motor unit. ,W‘r'l’gg‘.’ \ 3 III. Proprioception (9 points) ‘ emit W " a. Diagram the‘proprioception pathway from the receptor to the cortex. Show all synapses and crossing points. A ' vim? r I s; » : .1 , I M4 6 #461"; iMQfiQGéG; IV. Anatomy (12 points) I. «fl/War (1 (“1’1 .1734; f i 2. apt“ Mwwz UT} 3. 4. 5. 10. 11. 12. MM Ema 4; 672 ocqfi/Vyrzev bryfl Cu iM‘G/rnwg q, mezfuflh pmfiafl awry g‘sgwe C m m Calm/(c pigéw/mw, l7 9 u , [Bram 10:; | 3 WwodwmogoqqfiQq ...
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