95 seizures in the brodmann area 4142 of the temporal

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95. Seizures in the Brodmann area 41&42 of the temporal lobe may cause____. 96. What is the occipital lobe concerned with? 97. The limbic lobes primary functions are related to ____. 98. How is the internal capsule described? 99. What does the internal capsule contain? 100. Describe afferent. 101. Describe efferent. 102. Injury to a portion of the internal capsule can result in____. 103. What is the basal ganglia? Where is it located? 104. Dysfunction of the basal ganglia may result in _____? 105. What does the diencephalon consist of? 106. Describe the Thalamus. 107. Describe the Hypothalamus. 108. Describe the Cerebullum. What is its primary function? 109. Disorders of the cerebullum can cause____. 110. How do you assess the cerebellum? 111. What does the midbrain do? 112. What cranial nerves originate in the midbrain? 113. What is the major fnction of the midbrain? 114. What does the Pons do? 115. What are the two respiratory centers of the brain? 116. What does the apneustic center control? 117. What does the Pneumotaxic center control? 118. What cranial nerves are located within the pons? 119. What is pertinent about the medulla oblongata? 120. The medullary resp. center works in conjunction with the apneustic and pneumotaxic centers of the pons to control ___ and ____. 121. What cranial nerves are located within the medulla oblongata? 122. Where is the reticular formation located? 123. What is pertinent about it? 124. Where does the reticular formation extend? 125. What is the RAS responisbile for? 126. In the thalamus, the RAS activates ____. 127. In the hypothalamus, the RAS activates____. 128. What two arteries supply blood to the brain?
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Questions for neuro. Test 04/13/18 129. Where does the spinal cord extend? 130. Where does the distal end of the spinal cord taper to? 131. What is the cauda equine?Describe the vertebral column. 132. Explain what the spinal cord is made up of. 133. What is the intervertebral disks composed of? 134. Sum up the meninges of the spinal cord. 135. What does the lateral horn contain? 136. Where is the motor strip? 137. What are the Swan cells? Makes the Myelin sheath and the PNS
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