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The prochordal plate with give rise to what?
cardia plate which will then form heart
Failure for anterior neuropore to close is what?
anencephaly
ectoderm derivatives are?
hair, nails, enamel, CNS and PNS
mesoderm derivatives are?
skeletal muscle, skeleton, dermis of skin, urogenital tissue
endoderm derivatives are?
lining of GI tract and respiratory tract, bladder, kidney
where does the spinal cord end in adults? in infants?
L1, L3
What is the extension of pia mater stretching between spinal nerve roots?
denticulate ligaments...also terminal filament
What innervates epaxial muscles?
dorsal rami
What innervates hipaxial muscles?
ventral rami
Urination is controlled by what?
parasympathetic
Kyphosis is what?
hunchback in thoracic region
lordosis is what?
hunchback in lumbar region
Where is spinal block given?
between arachnoid and pia mater in subarachnoid space
hyperextension of neck affects what ligametn?
anterior longitudinal ligament
exteroceptive pain is ?
tooth ache
what has the dens process?
atlas
What kind of joint is the vertebral column?
synovial
Where do you cut when you want to stop pain sensation without paralyzing the underlying muscle?
dorsal root at the appropriate level
The intrinsic muscles of back do all the following except?
flexion of spine
Superficial to deep
vertebral plexus, dura mater, arachnoid mater, subarachnoid space, pia mater, spinal cord
What is a sensory neuron?
unipolar
what has the dens process?
atlas
Where is the location of primary ossification?
center of the bone
What kind of joint is the vertebral column?
synovial
Where do you cut when you want to stop pain sensation without paralyzing the underlying muscle?
dorsal root at the appropriate level
what is not extrinsic?\
multifidus
The intrinsic muscles of back do all the following except?
flexion of spine
what encloses intrinsic back muscles?
thoracolumbar fascia
Superficial to deep
vertebral plexus, dura mater, arachnoid mater, subarachnoid space, pia mater, spinal cord
Which ligament keeps the annulus pulposis from going into the vertebral column?
posterior
What is a sensory neuron?
unipolar
Which of the following does not prevent hyper extension?
anterior ligament
Where is the location of primary ossification?
center of the bone
vertebral arteries run through which of the following?
transverse foramen
Subarachnoid space contatins?
venous plexus and CSF
what is not extrinsic?\
multifidus
what encloses intrinsic back muscles?
thoracolumbar fascia
Which ligament keeps the annulus pulposis from going into the vertebral column?
posterior
Which of the following does not prevent hyper extension?
anterior ligament
vertebral arteries run through which of the following?
transverse foramen
Subarachnoid space contatins?
venous plexus and CSF