KIN 360 Exercise 17

pia mater
Which one of the meninges is just superficial to the brain?

cerebrospinal fluid
What fluid is found in the ventricles of the brain?

fourth ventricle
Into what space does fluid flow from the cerebral aqueduct?

Gryus-> ridges of the convolutions and sulcus are depressions
What is the difference between a gyrus and a sulcus?

frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal
Name the lobes of the cerebrum?

directs a part of the body to move
What is the function of the pre central gyrus?

hearing impulses
What sense does the temporal lobe alone interpret?

lateral fissure
What physical depression separates the temporal lobe from the parietal lobe?

corpis callosum
What structure connects the cerebral hemispheres?

corpora quadrigemina, superior colliculi, inferior colliculi, substantia nigra
Name the major regions of the midbrain

muscle coordination and maintenance of posture
What is the function of the cerebellum?

intelligence and creativity impaired
John “pulled a no brainer” by hitting his forehead agains a wall. What damage might be done to the function of his brain, particularly the functions associated with the frontal lobe?

half of the post central gyrus
If a stroke had affected all the sensations interpreted by the brain concerning the face and the hands, how much of the post central gyrus would be affected?

right side-> space or pattern perceptions; art
left side-> motor and speech damage; permanent speech impairments
Describe what effect the loss of an entree cerebral hemisphere would have on specific functions, such as spatial awareness or the ability to speak

ability to pronounce words
If the Broca area were affected by a stroke, would the content of the spoken word be affected, or would the ability to pronounce the words be affected?

sensory
optic nerve

motor
trochlear nerve

motor and sensory
glossopharyngeal nerve

motor and sensory
vagus nerve

facial
Name the cranial nerve that innervates the anterior tongue?

vestibulocochlear
Name the cranial nerve that innervates the ear

optic
Name the cranial nerve that innervates the eye

vagus
Name the cranial nerve that innervates stomach

abducens
Name the cranial nerve that innervates the lateral rectus muscle of the eye

trochlear
Name the cranial nerve that innervates the mandible

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