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Identify these looping axons. (Transmits vsct ). 9. Which tract is the only afferent pathway to use the superior cerebellar peduncle? A) CST B) STT Ventral spinocerebellar tract Dorsal column pathway Trigeminothalamic pathway. 13. The outflow of the purkinje cells:

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9.

Which tract is the only afferent pathway to use the superior cerebellar peduncle?

A) CST

B) STT

Ventral spinocerebellar tract

Dorsal column pathway

Trigeminothalamic pathway

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13.

The outflow of the purkinje cells:

A) is inhibitory.

B) goes mainly to the oculomotor nucleus.

C) has nothing to do with movement.

D) synapses on the VPL.

E) participates in the direct basal ganglia pathway.

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17.

Which of the following gait abnormalities would indicate Parkinson’s disease?

A) A tabetic or “foot slapping” gait

B) Steppage or foot drop gait

Scissors gait, where the legs are weak, tend to cross,

with marked spasms

Slow, shuffling gait with festination

Duck waddle gait

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18.

Which of the following would not be used for testing cerebellar function?

A) The Weber test

B) Finger nose finger

C) Heel-shin-knee

D) Rapid alternating movements

E) Rebound phenomenon

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19.

Which one of the following is symptomatic of Huntington’s disease?

Hemiballismus

Cogwheel rigidity

Choreoathetosis

Total flaccid paralysis

Dysarthria

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20.

Huntington’s disease is caused by degeneration of which nucleus?

Subthalamic

Globus pallidus

Substantianigra

Caudate

VPL

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9.

Which tract is the only afferent pathway to use the superior cerebellar peduncle?

A) CST

B) STT

Ventral spinocerebellar tract

Dorsal column pathway

Trigeminothalamic pathway

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13.

The outflow of the purkinje cells:

A) is inhibitory.

B) goes mainly to the oculomotor nucleus.

C) has nothing to do with movement.

D) synapses on the VPL.

E) participates in the direct basal ganglia pathway.

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17.

Which of the following gait abnormalities would indicate Parkinson’s disease?

A) A tabetic or “foot slapping” gait

B) Steppage or foot drop gait

C) Scissors gait, where the legs are weak, tend to cross, with marked spasms

Slow, shuffling gait with festination

Duck waddle gait

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18.

Which of the following would not be used for testing cerebellar function?

A) The Weber test

B) Finger nose finger

C) Heel-shin-knee

D) Rapid alternating movements

E) Rebound phenomenon

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19.

Which one of the following is symptomatic of Huntington’s disease?

Hemiballismus

Cogwheel rigidity

Choreoathetosis

Total flaccid paralysis

Dysarthria

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20.

Huntington’s disease is caused by degeneration of which nucleus?

Subthalamic

Globus pallidus

Substantianigra

Caudate

VPL