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The Central Nervous System

Neuro Quiz

Identify the correct question

Click to Play!

 Michael McKeough 2008


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The Central Nervous SystemNeuro Quiz

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Primary Projection Areas100

  • This area is located on the precentral gyrus.

  • It controls voluntary movement of the opposite side of the body.

  • It contains a homunculus.

What is the primary motor cortex?

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Primary Projection Areas200

  • This area is located on the postcentral gyrus.

  • It receives primary sensation from the opposite side of the body.

  • It contains a homunculus.

What is the primary sensory cortex?

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Primary Projection Areas300

  • This area is located on the superior temporal gyrus.

  • It receives primary sensation from both ears.

What is the primary auditory cortex?

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Primary Projection Areas400

  • This area is responsible for speech production.

  • It is located in the frontal lobe.

What is Broca’s area?

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Primary Projection Areas500

  • This area is the only primary projection region seen on a medial view of the hemisphere.

  • It is located on both banks of the calcarine sulcus.

What is the primary visual cortex?

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7 Parts of the CNS100

  • In this part of the CNS, gray matter is located centrally in an “H” or “butterfly” shape.

  • It contains four regions that serve the somatic and visceral needs of the body.

What is the spinal cord?

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7 Parts of the CNS200

  • This subcortical motor control center forms a ventral bridge between the two cerebellar hemispheres.

  • It contains part of the reticular formation.

What is the pons?

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7 Parts of the CNS300

  • Eye movement and visual and auditory reflexes are controlled by this part.

  • It contains cranial nerve nuclei: III, IV, and part of V.

  • It never subdivides during development.

What is the midbrain?

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7 Parts of the CNS400

  • This part of the CNS has gray matter located on the outside, folded into sulci and gyri, and is divided in to four lobes.

What is the cerebral hemisphere?

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7 Parts of the CNS500

This part of the diencephalon regulates autonomic, endocrine, and visceral function.

What is the hypothalamus?

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Lobes100

  • This lobe is responsible for the control of movement, personality, and planning for the future.

  • It extends from the central sulcus to the frontal pole.

What is the frontal lobe?

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Lobes200

  • This lobe is responsible for sensory perception and body image.

  • It extends from the central sulcus to the parietal-occipital sulcus.

What is the parietal lobe?

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Lobes300

  • This lobe is responsible for visual perception.

What is the occipital lobe?

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Lobes400

  • This lobe is responsible for learning and memory.

  • It is located inferior to the lateral fissure.

What is the temporal lobe?

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Lobes500

This physiological system is sometimes referred to as the fifth lobe.

It is responsible for learning, memory, and emotion.

What is the limbic lobe?

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Miscellaneous100

  • Together these structures form the longitudinal axis of the CNS.

What are ascending and descending tracts?

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Miscellaneous200

  • Together these structures form the segmental axes of the CNS.

What are spinal and cranial nerves?

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Miscellaneous300

  • Spinal nerves emerge from above the corresponding vertebra in this spinal region.

What is the cervical region?

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Miscellaneous400

  • When a bulging or protruding intervertebral disc impinges on the dorsal roots of a spinal nerve it produces this type of symptoms in this location.

What is impaired sensation in the corresponding dermatome?

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Miscellaneous500

  • These are the major neuro-developmental events that shape function after the CNS is formed.

What are myelination and synaptic pruning?

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Pathology 100

  • These are the cause and major effect of aging on the CNS.

What is the progressive loss of cells and associated decrease in function?

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Pathology 200

  • This principal of organization accounts for why signs and symptoms of impaired function appear on the side of the body opposite brain damage.

What is the fact that longitudinal systems (ascending and descending tracts) are crossed?

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Pathology 300

  • In an immature skull, this condition produces an enlarged head.

  • In a mature skull, this condition produces enlarged ventricles.

  • This condition is most often caused by occlusion of the flow of cerebrospinal fluid.

What is hydrocephalus?

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Pathology 400

This theory explains why damage to a particular region of the CNS produces specific functional deficits.

What is localization theory?

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Pathology 500

  • This is the most common class of tumors arising from within the CNS.

What is a meningioma?

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