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Hypothalamus functions?
hypothalamus wears TAN HATS

Thirst & water
controlled by Adenohypophysis

Neurohyphysis controls
Hunger
Autonomic Regulation
Temperature
Sexual urges
area controlling hunger?
Lateral area of hypothalamus
destruction results in anorexia
inhibited by leptin
area controlling satiety?
Ventromedial area of the hypothalamus
destruction (craniopharyngioma) results in hyperphagia
stimulated by leptin
area controlling cooling?
Anterior hypothalamus
pArasympathetic

A/C = anterior cooling
area controlling heating?
Posterior hypothalamus
sympathetic
area controlling circadian rhythm?
Suprachiasmatic nucleus

-need sleep to be Charismatic
function of the Thalamus?
Major relay for all ascending sensory information (except olfaction)
Pain & temperature
pressure
touch
vibration
proprioception

relay nucleus -->
input -->
destination -->
relay nucleus --> VPL
input --> spinothalamic & dorsal columns, medial lemniscus
destination --> primary somatosensory cortex
Face sensation
Taste

relay nucleus -->
input -->
destination -->
relay nucleus --> VPM
input --> Trigeminal & gustatory pathway
destination --> primary somatosensory cortex

(Makeup goes on the face, vpM)
Vision

relay nucleus -->
input -->
destination -->
relay nucleus --> LGN
input --> CN II
destination --> Calcarine sulcus

(Lateral Light, Medial Music)
Hearing

relay nucleus -->
input -->
destination -->
relay nucleus --> MGN
input --> superior olive & inferior colliculus of tectum
destination --> auditory cortex of temporal lobe

(Medial Music, Lateral Light)