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33 Cards in this Set

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random neuratic neuronal discharg
sensation right before a seziure
jaxsoian march
lots of neuronal discharging in which there is more awarness that somethign is wrong and a seizure is comming on
Temporal lobe foci
where epilepsy dischrge begins. some auditory reaction and also some impact on werinkes area
Intractile seziers
continuging seziers that causes destruction of neurons so cognitive ability declines
buildup of excess water in the brain
Central sulcus – separates
Motor strip (4) from somsto sensory area (312)
Sylvain fissure
separates temporal from frontoparital lobes
4 lobes
parietal, temporal, frontal, occipital
Brocas responsible for?
responsible for encoding the oral expressive symbols that we use in representing our ideas
knowledge of language rules
what is brain protected by?
cerebral spinal fluid. 3 layers protecting fluid from skupp, menegies, infection = meningitis
Brainstem includes?
medulla pons, midbrain, thalamus
medial geniculate bodies
2 of them – where the 8th CN sends projections thru this body to hesyals gyrus which is primary auditory tissue. The optic nerve sends thru the lateral geniculate bodies which goes to the occipital lobe
Ventricles are?
pathways in the brain that have cerbral spinal fluid
lateral ventricles – butterfly looking
3rd and 4th ventricle
right homonymous hemianopsia
the right quads of both eyes have field darkness
when one of the vocal cords is paralyzed to the middle..sometimes done on purpose
2 types of vegasu branches
superior and inferior
superior vegus branch intervates?
inferior "
superior branch intervates cryco thyroid
inferior branch – reccurnt laryngal nerve -intervates the muscles of larynx
same side
8th cranial nerve runs thru what 3 nuclei
ventral superior, olivary conmplex, and trpizoid body
Broccas area functrion, tissue type and number
broadman 44 creates symbolic gestures, association...responsible for encoding the oral expressive symbols that we use in representing our ideas
somato sensory area number and function
(312) – pain touch, heat, spinal level sensory nerves go dorsally.
8th CN
in and out at medulla
CN 1 goes? name and function
midbrain olfactory, smell
CN 2 goes? name and function
midbrain optic, vision
cn3 goes? name function
midbrain oculomotor eye movement
CN4 goes? name function
midbrain Trochlear eye movement
CN 5 goes? name function
enter pons, leaves midbrain. trigeminal sensory and motor fance and tounge
CN 6 goes? name function
pons abducens eye movemt
CN 7 goes name function
pons and medulla, facial sensory and motor face tounge and soft palate
CN 8 goes? name function
pons and medulla aucustic, hearing and balance
CN 9 10 11 12 goes function and name
medulla, glossopharyngeal sensory and motor velum pharynx
vagus senrory and motor larynx
accessory movment pharynx laryns velum
hypoglossal movement tounge