Name the 5 functions of the Limbic system?1 2018
Name the 5 segments of the brachial plexus in order from proximal to Distal?1 8708
Name the type of movement with slow writhing movements (esp. the fingers)?1 7423
Name the type of movement with sudden, jerky, purposeless movements?1 2256
Name the type of movement with sudden, wild flailing of one arm?1 2747
Neurons from the globus pallidus have what action on the ventral anterior nucleus?1 1943
Neurons from the striatum have what action on the globus pallidus?1 1727
Place the following in order (from light entering the eye to reflex). Pretectal nuclei, pupillary constrictor muscle, retina, ciliary, ganglion, Edinger-Westphal nuclei, CN II, CN III?1 2110
Stimulation from the paraventricular nucleus cause the release of what hormone?1 2029
Stimulation from the supraoptic nucleus cause the release of what hormone?1 2041
The Blood-Brain Barrier is formed by what 3 structures?1 2104
The central retinal artery is a branch off what larger artery?1 1692
The embryologic defect of having a cervical rib can compress what 2 structures?1 1953
The fasciculus cuneatus contains fibers from the upper or lower body?1 1949
The fasciculus gracilis contains fibers from the upper or lower body?1 2033
What does the psychic phase do?
Explain the turner's syndrome?
Explain the brown-sequard syndrome?
How many systems are there in a human body?
You've been given the task of inserting the catheter for a patient scheduled for angioplasty. What anatomical landmarks are you looking for?
How many systems are there in a human body? Name them.
name the structures passing through juglar foramen.
Explain the anatomy of a human brain?
After recuperating from a gunshot wound to the buttocks resulting from a hunting accident, your patient exhibits a positive Trendelenburg's sign. Explain.
Which processes require injection of radio isotopes in the body?
A baby is born with spina bifida. Explain what happened or didn't happen developmentally? How might this defect have been prevented?
Which nerve root is associated with the achilles reflexes?
A patient cannot supinate his hand, but has intact feeling-- which portion of the brachial plexus was severed?
What do you mean by homeostatic imbalance?
What causes contractures?