37 what is the cranium and what is it used for 38

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37. What is the cranium and what is it used for? 38. Traumatic impact to the head often results in fracture of the _____ as a result of _____. 39. What is the cranium composed of? 40. The cranium is a solid, nonexpanding bony vault with only one large opening, the _______. What is it used for? 41. Describe the meninges. 42. The meninges consist of three layer, what are they? 43. Describe the Dura Mater. 44. The main blood supply for the dura mater is the_____. Where is it located? If there is trauma to this area can result in what? 45. A potential space is locaed between the dura mater and the arachnoid mater, this area contains
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Questions for neuro. Test 04/13/18 numerous unsupported small veins that may become disrupted and torn when traumatic head injury occurs, leading to the development of _____. 46. Describe the arachnoid mater. 47. What connects the arachnoid mater to the pia mater? What does this form? 48. CSF circulates freely in the subarachnoid space , this space also contains___. 49. Rupture on an artery within the subarachnoid space allowes for _____, producing_____. 50. What does the arachnoid villi do? 51. The delicate structure of the arachnoid villi places the patient at risk for ______, resulting in____. 52. Describe the pia mater. 53. The Pia mater forms a portion of the ______ that is responsible for the production of____. 54. What does the venticular systen consist of? 55. Where does the venticular system extend from? And what does it consist of? 56. When cannulation of the venticular system is required, what interventions/implications are used? 57. If there is a blockage of CSF flow within the venticular system what happens? 58. _______fills the venticular system and surrounds the brain and spinal cord in the subarachnoid pace. 59. How is CSF normally characterized. 60. Hpw is the CSF secreted? 61. How much CSF is produced daily? 62. What is the circulating volume of CSF? Why must it be regularly absorbed? 63. What is the blood brain barrier pertinent? 64. The selective permeability of the BBB does what? 65. What is true regarding antibiotics and the BBB? 66. Passage of substance across the barrier is a function of ____, ____, and ____. 67. Most medications that are _____and _____ rapidly cross the BBB.
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