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THE NERVOUS SYSTEM IS DIVIDED INTO 2 PARTS. WHAT ARE THEY
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
WHAT ARE THE PARTS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD
WHAT ARE THE PARTS OF THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
CRANIAL AND SPINAL NERVES
HOW ARE THE CELLS OR NEURONS CLASSIFIED IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
BY FUNCTION.
AFFERENT(SENSORY) EFFERENT(MOTOR)
WHAT DO DENDRITES DO
RECEIVE SIGNALS
AXONS'DO WHAT
CARRY SIGNALS FROM THE CELL BODY
WHAT IS THE INSULATION AROUND THE AXION
MYELIN SHEATH
THE GLIA HAS 3 PARTS. WHAT ARE THEY
ASTROCYTES
MICROGLIA
OLIGODENDROCYTES
WHAT IS THE LARGEST PART OF THE BRAIN
CEREBRUM
WHAT CONTROLS MUSCLE CONTRACTIONS AND BALANCE
CEREBELLUM
HOW MANY HEMISPHERES DOES THE BRAIN HAVE
2. RIGH AND LEFT
HOW MANY LOBES IS THE BRAIN DIVIDED INTO
5 LOBES.
WHAT ARE THE 5 LOBES THE BRAIN IS DIVIDED INTO
FRONTAL
PARIETAL
TEMPORAL
OCCIPITAL
INSULA
THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM HAS 2 DIVISIONS WHAT ARE THEY
SYMPATHETIC SYSTEM
PARASYMPATHETIC
IN THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM THERE ARE 2 TYPES OF NERVES. WHAT ARE THEY
CRANIAL AND SPINAL
HOW MANY PAIR OF CRANIAL NERVES ARE THERE
HOW MANY PAIR OF SPINAL NERVES ARE THERE
12 PAIR OF CRANIAL NERVES
31 PAIR OF SPINAL NERVES
CEPHAL/O
HEAD
CEREBELL/O
CEREBELLUM
CEREBR/O
CREEBRUM
CRANI/O
CRANIUM
DUR/O
DURA MATER
ENCEPHAL/O
BRAIN
GANGLI/O
GANGLION
MENING/O
MENINGES
MENT/O
MIND
MYEL/O
BONE MARROW, SPINAL CORD
NEUR/O
NERVE
PHAS/O
SPEECH
PHREN/O
MIND
POLI/O
GRAY MATTER
PONT/O
PONS
RADIC/O
NERVE ROOT
RHIZS/O
NERVE ROOT
HEMI
HALF
ALGESIA
PAIN SENSATION
CELE
HERNIA
ESTHESIA
FEELING
IATRY
MEDICAL TREATMENT
ICTAL
PERTAINING TO
PARESIS
INCOMPLETE PARALYSIS
PLEGIA
PARALYSIS
DRILL USED TO CREATE AN ENTRY INTO THE CRANIUM
BURR
BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
PERMANENT, PARTIAL REMOVAL OF SKULL
CRANIECTOMY
OPENING OF THE SKULL
CRANIOTOMY
THAT PART OF THE SKELETON THAT ENCLOSES THE BRAIN
CRANIUM
REOVAL OF A VERTEBRAL DISK
DISKECTOMY
RECORDING OF THE ELECTRIC CURRENTS OF THE BRAIN BY MEANS OF ELECTRODES ATTACHED TO THE SCALP
ELECTROENCEPHALOGRPAHY
SURGICAL EXCISION OF THE LAMINA
LAMINECTOMY
12 PAIRS OF CRANIAL NERVES, 31 PARIS AND SPINAL NERVES, AND AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM, CONNECTS PERIPHERS RECEPTORS TO THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD
PERIPHERAL NERVES
AN ARITFICIAL PASSAGE
SHUNT
ENTIRE SKELETAL FRAMEWORK OF THE HEAD
SKULL
SENSORY OR MOTOR NERVE
SOMATIC NERVE
METHOD OF IDENTIFYING A SPECIFIC AREA OR POINT IN THE BRAIN
STEREOTAXIS
PART OF THE PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM THAT CONTROLS AUTOMATIC BODY FUNCTION AND SYMPATHETIC NERVES ACTIVIATED UNDER STRESS
SYMPATHETIC NERVE
SURGICAL REMOVAL OF A DISK OF BONE
TREPHINATION
REMOVAL OF VERTEBRA
VERTEBRECTOMY
THE PORTION OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM THAT CONTAINS THE CRANIAL AND SPINAL NERVES
1. CENTRAL
2. PERIPHERAL
3. AUTONOMIC
4. PARASYMPATHETIC
PERIPHERAL
THE PART OF THE NEURON THE RECEIVES SIGNALS
1. DENDRITES
2. CELL BODY
3. AXON
4. MYELIN SHEATH
DENTRITES
NOT ASSOCIATED WITH GLIA
1. MONOCYTES
2. ASTROCYTES
3. MICROGLIA
4. OLIGODENDROCYTES
MONOCYTES
LARGES PART OF THE BRAIN
1. CEREBELLUM
2. CEREBRUM
3. CORTEX
4. PONS
CEREBRUM
DIVIDED INTO TWO HEMISPHERES IN THE BRAIN
1. CEREBELLUM
2. CEREBRUM
3. CORTEX
4. PONS
CEREBRUM
THE NUMBER OF PAIRS OF CRANIAL NERVES
12 PAIR OF CRANIAL NERVES
CONTROLS THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE BODY
1. LEFT CREBRUM
2. RIGHT CEREBRUM
3. RIGHT CORTEX
4. LEFT CORTEX
LEFT CEREBRUM
COMBINING FORM THAT MEANS BRAIN
ENCEPHAL/O
PREFIX THAT MEANS FOUR
TETRA
COMBINING FORM THAT MEANS SPEECH
PHAS/O
THE MOST COMMON DEMENTIA IS
ALZHEIMERS DISEASE
MND STANDS FOR
MOTOR NEURON DISEASE
DOPAMINE REPLACEMENT IS USEFUL IN TREATING
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
THE CONDITION IN WHICH THE PRIMARY SYMPTOMS ARE MUSLE WEKANESS AND FATIGABILITY
POSTPOLIO SYNDROME
ANOTHER NAME FOR IDIOPATHETIC POLYNEURITIS IS
GUILLAIN-BARRE SYNDOME
THIS CONDITION IS THOUGHT TO BE CAUSED BY GENETIC FACTORS AND POSSIBLY FETAL BRAIN DAMAGE
SCHIZOPHRENIA
THIS CONDITION IS ASSOCIATED WITH VIRAL INFECTION, ESPECIALLY WHEN ASA HAS BEEN ADMINISTERED
REYE'S SYNDROME
CONCUSSION IS A MILD BLOW TO THE HEAD IN WHICH RECOVERY IS EXPECTED WITHIN ------- HOURS
24 HOURS
ICP MEANS
INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE
IN THIS TYPE OF HEMATOMA, BLOOD MIXES WITH CEREBROSPINAL FLUID
SUBARACHNOID