Types of Aphasias (Nonfluent Anterior & Fluent - Posterior) Broca's Transcortical Motor Wernicke's Transcorical Sensory Conduction
Fluent: A. Compre: Repetion: Naming : Reading: Writing:
No Poor Poor Poor Can't Can't
No No okay Go
Cortical Motor Areas
1.Primary Motor Cortex responsible for generating the neural impulses controlling the execution of movement. Afferents include promoter cortex, posterior parital motor cortex, Senory Motor cortex, supplemental motor cortex, And
Note image conclusions are correct even though optic nerves from geniculate don't cross.
Iris controls amount of light that hits the retina. The Lens- structure shape inverts image into retina. Retina inner most layer of eye made