Neuro Practice Questions 2

Neuro Practice Questions 2 - PRACTICE QUESTIONS FOR SECTION...

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PRACTICE QUESTIONS FOR SECTION 5 STUDY THE MATERIAL BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW. Instructions : Select the one best answer for each of the questions below. BE AWARE that knowledge of material from previous sections may be required to answer the practice questions. Answer key can be found at end of test. 1. __________________________ refers to the sense of position and movement of one’s own body without using vision. A. proprioception B. somesthesia C. locesthesia D. perception E. locoception 2. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs reduce pain by A. binding to and activating m ! opioid receptors B. binding to and blocking capsaicin receptors C. stimulating myelinated A " primary afferents of the touch- pressure pathway D. interfering with prostaglandin production by COX enzymes E. NONE OF THE ANSWERS ABOVE IS CORRECT 3. ______________________________ are components of the endogenous analgesia system A. opioid-releasing neurons around the ventricles in the brain B. opioid-releasing neurons around the cerebral aqueduct in the brain C. opioid-releasing neurons in the spinal cord D. ALL OF THE ANSWERS ABOVE ARE CORRECT E. NONE OF THE ANSWERS ABOVE IS CORRECT
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4. The _______________ is an example of a receptor that detects
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2012 for the course PHYS 601 taught by Professor Jenlucas during the Fall '11 term at Ohio State.

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Neuro Practice Questions 2 - PRACTICE QUESTIONS FOR SECTION...

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