1. T F The neural creast tissue forms portions of the sympathetic nervous system and Schwann cells.
2. T F The rhombencephalon later develops into the metencephalon and myelencephalon.
3. T F Decussation within the the medulla oblongata occurs on the lateral surface.
4. T F Sterognosis is knowledge without the help of vision and relates to the ability of telling the shape and size of something by touch.
5. T F Shigella dysenteria affects the vasomotor center in the reticular formation of the brain.
6. T F Cheyne- Stokes breathing which displays periods of apnea and prolonged inspirations occurs with brain damage to the medullary rhythmicity center.
7. T F The superior colliculi controls head pupil diameter and eye to head movements.
8. T F The thalamus is a relay for all sensory and motor inputs and outputs respectively.
9. T F The posterior pituitary is indirectly controlled by the hypothalamus.
10. T F The vermis is the portion of the cerebellum that connects the right and left hemispheres and looks like a worm.
11. T F The flocculonodular lobe of the cerebellum controls coordinated muscular movements.
12. T F Damage to the cerebellum displays same side responses because there is no decussation.
13. The area of the brain commonly assciated with visceral emotions is the:
C. limbic system
E. reticular formation
14. The brain part llinked to Parkinson's disease is the:
B. red nucleus
C. inferior colliculus
D. superior colliculus
E. none of the above
15. The potion of the brain which controls the ANS is the:
C. medulla oblongata
16. The dura mater between the cerebrum and cerebellum is the:
A. falx cerebelli
B. falx cerebri
C. londitudinal fissure
E. median sulcus
17. Damage to this area may cause dyslexia.
B. premotor area
C. visual association area
D. primary auditory area
E. Broca's area
18. CSF is produced in the:
B. third ventricle
C. forth ventricle
D. all of the above
E. none of the above
19. The BCSFB is formed by:
B. ependymal cells
D. both A and B
D. both B and C
20. Interal hydroencephalus is most likely caused by all of the following except:
B. high blood pressure
C. lead poisoning
D. congenitally small aperatures
E. mercury poisoning