The hippocampal formation is connected to the mammillary body and septal area via what structure?1 1666
The hippocampus has input from what two areas?1 1659
The hippocampus has output to what two areas?1 1648
The infraorbital nerve is a branch off what larger nerve?1 1659
The Nucleus Ambiguus has fibers from what 3 CNs?1 1545
The Nucleus Solitarius has fibers from what 3 CNs?1 1469
Traction or tear of the superior trunk of the brachial plexus causes what syndrome?1 2630
Vertigo, ataxia, visual deficits, and coma are caused by stroke of the?1 1868
Visual fibers from the lateral geniculate body terminate on the upper and lower banks of what fissure?1 1672
What 1 nerve root is associated with the achilles reflex?1 4624
What 1 nerve root is associated with the biceps reflex?1 3084
What 1 nerve root is associated with the patella reflex?2 7752
What 1 nerve root is associated with the triceps reflex?1 5075
What 2 areas have sensation deficit in a lesion of the median nerve?1 1599
What 2 areas have sensation deficit in a lesion of the ulnar nerve?1 1825
Explain the turner's syndrome?
name the structures passing through juglar foramen.
Which nerve root is associated with the platella reflexes?
Which hormones are produced by kidneys?
What do you mean by homeostatic imbalance?
Explain the horner's syndrome?
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.
A patient cannot supinate his hand, but has intact feeling-- which portion of the brachial plexus was severed?
What does the psychic phase do?
A baby is born with spina bifida. Explain what happened or didn't happen developmentally? How might this defect have been prevented?
How many systems are there in a human body? Name them.
What is a structure consisting of 2 or 3 tissues called as?
Which nerve root is associated with the triceps reflexes?
How many systems are there in a human body?