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Cranial nerves

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Cranial nerves

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cranial nerves 100
Cranial Nerves 100

This cranial nerve is tested using a Snellen (vision) chart

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Cranial nerves 200

This nerve is responsible for facial sensation

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Cranial nerves 300

Damage to one of these nerves may result in swallowing difficulties

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Cranial nerves 400

This nerve is involved in both hearing and balance

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Cranial nerves 500

This nerve is responsible for constriction of the pupils

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Cranial nerves 100 Answer

What is CN II

(the optic nerve)?

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Cranial nerves 200 Answer

What is CN V

(the trigeminal nerve)?

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Cranial nerves 300 Answer

What are CN IX and X (glossopharangeal and vagus nerves)?

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Cranial nerves 400 Answer

What is CN VII

(acoustic or vestibulocochlear nerve)?

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Cranial nerves 500 Answer

What is CN III (oculomotor)?

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A & P 100

These motor neurons are located entirely within the CNS

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A & P 200

This is the white insulation on the axon that increases conduction velocity of nerve impulses

Daily Double

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A & P 300

This separates the frontal and parietal lobes of the brain

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A & P 400

This part of the brain governs thought, memory, and reasoning

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A & P 500

The primary visual receptor center is located here

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A & P 100 Answer

What are the upper motor neurons?

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A & P 200 Answer

What is myelin?

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A & P 300 Answer

What is the central sulcus?

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A & P 400 Answer

What is the cerebral cortex?

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A & P 500 Answer

What is the occipital lobe?

zombie neurobiology 100
Zombie Neurobiology 100

Damage to this area of the brain makes it impossible for zombies to produce intelligible speech

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Zombie Neurobiology 200

Since this area of the brain is undamaged, a Zombie can still hear you

zombie neurobiology 300
Zombie Neurobiology 300

Damage to this area of the brain keeps Zombies awake all day and all night

zombie neurobiology 400
Zombie Neurobiology 400

Damage to this part of the brain makes it difficult for zombies to solve abstract problems

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Zombie Neurobiology 500

Damage to this portion of the brain causes zombies to lurch unsteadily instead of walking smoothly

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Zombie Neurobiology 100 Answer

What is Broca’s area?

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Zombie Neurobiology 200 Answer

What is the temporal lobe (primary auditory reception center)?

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Zombie Neurobiology 300 Answer

What is the hypothalamus?

(regulates sleep)

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Zombie Neurobiology 400 Answer

What is the frontal lobe?

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Zombie Neurobiology 500 Answer

What is the cerebellum?

miscellaneous 100
Miscellaneous 100

The leading cause of long-term disability and the fourth leading cause of death in the USA

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Miscellaneous 200

This word means “head to tail” and describes the progression of neurodevelopment

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Miscellaneous 300

These innervate smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and glands

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Miscellaneous 400

This is the cutaneous distribution of the various spinal nerves

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Miscellaneous 500

This area of the temporal lobe is associated with language comprehension

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Miscellaneous 100 Answer

What is a stroke, or Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA)?

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Miscellaneous 200 Answer

What is cephalocaudal?

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Miscellaneous 300 Answer

What are autonomic nerves?

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Miscellaneous 400 Answer

What is dermal segmentation?

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Miscellaneous 500 Answer

What is Wernicke’s area?

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Final Jeopardy

Cranial Nerves

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Final Jeopardy

The name of this nerve comes from the Latin word for “wanderer”

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Final Jeopardy-Answer

What is the vagus nerve?