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The brainstem does not include the:
a) pons. b) medulla. c) midbrain. d) cerebellum.
The corpus callosum connects the:
a) right and left cerebral hemispheres. b) hippocampus. c) mammillary body. d) central sulcus.
The cauda equine:
a) is part of the cervical plexus. b) refers to the nerves below the tapered end of the spinal cord. c) is part of the brachial plexus. d) is the term used to describe the groups of cranial nerves leaving the skull.
If the ventral nerve root of a spinal nerve were destroyed, a person would lose:
a) sensory perception related to that pathway. b) motor responses related to that pathway. c) there would be no lose of function. d) both motor response and sensation related to the pathway.
The spinal cord tapers off at what point in the body?
a) It extends the entire length of the vertebral column. b) It ends at the 2nd lumbar vertebrae. c) It at the level of the lungs. d) It extend down to the feet.
Number 54 is pointing to which structure of the brain.
a) cerebrum b) cerebellum c) brain stem d) frontal lobe
Number 53 is pointing to which structure of the brain.
a) brain stem b) frontal lobe c) occipital lobe d) temporal lobe
Number 60 is pointing to which structure of the brain.
a) temporal lobe b) brain stem c) parietal lobe d) frontal lobe
Number 55 is pointing to which structure of the brain.
a) brain stem b) cerebellum c) cerebrum d) diencephalon
Number 51 is pointing to which structure of the brain.
a) b) c) d)
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