Nervous System 1

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1. A patient has a lesion on the right hand side of her spinal tract in the thoracic regions, what are her symptoms?

  • Loss of all motor control and sensation below the lesion
  • Loss of light touch sensation and proprioception on right hand side, loss of pain and temperature sensation on right hand side and loss of motor control of right leg
  • Loss of light touch sensation and proprioception on right hand side, loss of pain and temperature sensation on left hand side and loss of motor control of right leg
  • Loss of light touch sensation and proprioception on left hand side, loss of pain and temperature sensation on left hand side and loss of motor control of left leg
  • Loss of light touch sensation and proprioception on left hand side, loss of pain and temperature sensation on right hand side and loss of motor control of left leg
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2. Where is the majority of CSF produced?

  • Lateral Ventricles
  • Interventricular foramen
  • Third ventricle
  • Cerebral aqueduct
  • Fourth ventricle

3. What do the neural crest cells form?

  • Peripheral Nervous System
  • Central Nervous System
  • Brain ventricles and central canal of spinal cord

4. Which of these statements is false regarding the anterolateral system?

  • It is a contralateral system
  • It contains the lateral and medical spinothalamic tracts
  • It is an ascending sensory pathway
  • It is responsible for the sensation of light touch and proprioception
  • It is responsible for the sensation of pain and temperature

5. Which is the flexure between the prosencephalon and mesencephalon?

  • Cephalic flexure
  • Pontine flexure

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