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39 Cards in this Set

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cephal/o
head
cerebell/o
cerebellum
cerebr/o
cerebrum
enephal/o
brain
gli/o
glue
medull/o
medulla
mening/o
meninges
meningi/o
meninges
myel/o
spinal cord
narc/o
stupor
neur/o
nerve
phas/o
speech
poli/o
gray matter
pont/o
pons
radicul/o
nerve root
radicul/o
nerver root
thalam/o
thalamus
ventricul/o
ventricle
-algesia
pain, sensitivity
-esthesia
feeling, sensation
-kinesia
movement
-lepsy
seizure
-paresis
weakness
-phasia
speech
-plegia
paralysis
-sthenia
strength
-taxia
muscle corrdination
olfactory, cn I
transports impulses for sense of smell
optic, cn II
carries impulses for sense of sight
oculomotor, cn III
motor impulses for eye muscle movement and the pupil of eye
trochlear, cn IV
controls oblique muscle of eye on each side
trigeminal, cn V
carries sensory facial impulses and conrols muscle for chewing, branches into eyes, forehead, upper and lower jaw
abducens, cn VI
controls an eye ball muscle to turn eye to side
facial, cn VII
controls facial muscles for expression, salication, and taste on two-thirds of tongue (anterior)
vestibulocochlear, cn VIII
responsible for impulses of equilibrium and hearing, also called auditory nerve
glossopharyngeal, cn IX
carries sensory impulses form pharynx (sweallowing) and taste on one-third of tongue
vagus, cn X
supplies most organs in abdominal and thoracic cavities
accessory, cn XI
controls the neck and shoulder muscles
hypoglossal, cn XII
controls tongue muscles