Neuroanatomy: Help & Tutorials Final Exam

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Question 1 1. Why do we need set names for structures in the brain?

Question 2 2. An elevation on the surface of your brain surrounded by one or more sulci is best known as a:

Question 3 3. Which part of the embryonic brain will later mature into structures most critical to your heart rate?

Question 4 4. Which part of the cerebral cortex is important for processing visual information?

Question 5 5. The temporal lobe processes information about _____, the parietal lobe processes information about _____ and the occipital lobe of the brain process information about _____ respectively.

Question 6 6. A crevice on the surface of your brain is best known as a:

Question 7 7. The cavities in your brain are known as:

Question 8 8. Why is the blood supply to your brain more reliable than to many other organs?

Question 9 9. The oldest parts of the brain are the _____.

Question 10 10. This part of the brain is considered to be the relay station for sensory information to the cerebral cortex.

Question 11 11. Without _____ our bodies would not be able to detect the pH level of our blood.

Question 12 12. Which are important functions of the choroid plexus and CSF?

Question 13 13. Which of the following is the same as the mesencephalon?

Question 14 14. Staying upright on a bicycle requires coordination and balance. Which part of your brain controls these skills?

Question 15 15. The blood brain barrier causes treatments for some conditions to be difficult. Which one(s) might this be and why?

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