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The motor actions of the tongue and swallowing are controlled by the
Mamillary bodies
What is the connecting tract between halves of the limbic system?
Fornix
The medial partition between the lateral ventricles is (the)
septum pellucidum
The telencephalon becomes the
cerebrum
The cortical surface of the cerebral hemispheres forms a series of grooves called
sulci
After flowing through the dural sinuses, CSF and blood flow into (the)
internal jugular vein
The major function of the superior colliculi includes reflexes involved with
the eyes
Which area of the basal nuclei is responsible for controlling appendicular muscle tone?
globus pallidus
Blood and CSF drain from the brain in (the)
dural sinuses
Which cranial nerve is associated with balance?
VIII (vestibule)
Which cerebral nucleus is most lateral and lies immediately adjacent to the insula?
Claustrum
The term subdural hematoma refers to blood accumulation
between the layers of the dura
The visual cortex is located in the ___ lobe
occipital
The condition of dysmetria often indicates damage to which brain region?
cerebellum
The extensions of the dura mater that enters the longitudinal fissue is the
falx cerebri
The caudate nucleus and the lentiform nucleus are anatomically separated by (the)
internal capsule
The choroid plexus
is the site of production of the CSF
Arachnoid granulations
absorb CSF into the venous circulation
If the trochlear nerve of the right eye were damaged, which movement would a person be unable to make?
rolling the eye down and to the right (laterally)
Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) from the hypothalamus
is secreted from the supraoptic nucleus and restricts water loss at the kidneys
Damage to which cranial nerve(s) would reduce a person's ability to taste salty and sweet foods?
VII, IX, X
Conscious thought processes and all intellectual functions originate in (the)
cerebral hemispheres
Information in the optic tract synapses in the
lateral geniculate nucleus
Cranial nerves that have autonomic components include
II, VII, IX, X
Which organ contains 98% of the neurons in the body?
brain