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The hypothalamus is the higher center for the _____________ __________ _________.
autonomic nervous system
The hypothalamus is connected by a stalk called the ______________.
infundibulum
The hypothalamus' function is to maintain _________.
homeostasis
The thalmus registers crude sensation so _______, ________, __________ and pleasantness of __________.
pain temperature and touch, emotion
The thickest toughest connective tissue is the ___________
duramater
The web like tissue around between the duramater and the piamater is the _______
arachnoid
The ________ is tissue with many blood vessels and makes up the innermost layer around the brain.
piamater
The fluid in the spaces of the brain is
cerebrospinal fluid
the ________ _________ is a space filled with CSF.
subarachnoid space
The four cavities in the brain include:
lateral ventricles, 3rd ventricle, 4th ventricle
the ventricle found in the split within the cerebrum and beneath the corpus collusum is the ______ ventricle.
3rd
The ventricles found in each cerebral hemisphere are
lateral ventricles
The ventricle between the cerebellum, and medulla is the
4th ventricle
The ventricles form and circuulate_______
CSF
CSF is formed by a _________ _________.
choroid plexus
The CSF circulates from the ________ ventricle to the _______ ventricle and then to the ________ aquaduct to the _______ventricle to the _______ ________ of the cord and to the _________ space of the brain to the ________ sinuses where it is absorbed.
lateral
3rd
cerebral aquaduct
4th
central canal
subarachnoid
subarachnoid
venous sinuses
The 4 main parts of the brain include:
brain stem
cerebellum
diencephalon
cerebrum
the corpus collosum connects both _________ of the _________.
hemispheres of the cerebellum
The bain stem controls what three things?
cardiac
respiratory
vasomotor center (blood vessels)
the brain stem includes these three parts
medulla oblongata
pons
mid brain
The midbrain contains cranial nerves # __ and #____
3,4
The pons contains cranial nerves ___thru ___
5-8
the medulla oblongata is located between the _______ and the _______ ________.
pons, spinal cord
The cerebellum is located _____ and _______the midbrain
above behind
The cerebellum controls three things
coordination of skeletal mm
maintenence of posture
maintains of mm tone
diencephalon is made up of these two parts
thalamus
hypothalamus
The thalamus' function is to relay sensory impulses from the _______ to ________ ________.
cord cerebral cortex