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5 Tim S. suffered a serious brain injury following a fall into an empty pool. He does not remember the event. Which part of his injured brain was responsible for his memory loss? A) Thalamus B) Hippocampus C) Hypothalamus D) Cerebellum E) Amygdala 4.

6 Name the structure A.Amygdala B.Hypothalamus C.Caudate D.Hippocampus E.Insula 5.

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10 Name the blue area: A)Pituitary B)Subthalamic nucleus C)Hippocampus D)Hypothalamus E)Interpeducular fossa 9.

11 This structure talks to the anterior thalamus and communicates with the hippocampus via the fornix. It degenerates in cases of severe alcoholism. What is it? A.Mamillary body B.Optic chiasm C.Tuber cinerum D.Uncus E.Cingulate gyrus 10.

12 How many layers are there in the cerebral cortex? A)2 B)3 C)4 D)5 E)6 11.

13 12. An anatomy professor is lecturing on the perineum. His language is fluent and uninterrupted, yet he makes no sense at all. He most likely is suffering from which of the following: A)Receptive aphasia (Wernicke’s aphasia) B)Expressive aphasia (Broca’s aphasia) C)Echolasia D)Global aphasia E) Agnosia

14 13. What is the most common cause of dementia? A)Stroke B)Diabetes C)Creuzfeldt-Jacob disease D)Alzheimer’s E)AIDS

15 14. What is apraxia? A) Inability to conceptualize and perform a skilled, learned act on command. B) Defective recognition of perceived stimuli C) Inability to learn new material D) Inability to remember E) Inability to comprehend the emotional tone of words spoken by others

16 15. A medical student, while in anatomy lab, falls to the ground and immediately exhibits bilateral, vigorous, rhythmic, tonic-clonic contractions of her body muscles with loss of consciousness. What might she be experiencing? A) Generalized convulsive grand mal seizure B)Generalized non convulsive seizure (petit mal) C)Complex partial seizure D)Simple partial seizure E)Narcolepsy

17 Which part of the brain plays a major role in controlling homeostasis? A)Thalamus B)Hypothalamus C)Epithalamus D)Caudate E)Putamen 16.

18 Which hypothalamic nucleus regulates circadian rhythms? A.Suprachiasmatic nucleus B.Preoptic nucleus C.Ventromedian nucleus D.Mammilary bodies E.Paraventricular nucleus 17.

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20 If I have a patient or a friend with a spinal cord injury I will: A)Send them to a community hospital to get a wheelchair so that they can be mobile in their environment B)Let the hospital send them wherever their insurance wants to and do nothing C)Educate them about spinal cord rehabilitation options and neuroplasticity D)Not waste time on a second opinion E)Inform the person they will never walk. 19.

21 Andy has trouble removing his “gas mask”. This causes an hypoxic event in his brain which affects layer 5 of his cerebral cortex. Which of the following would be most affected? A.Sense of smell B.Memory C.Movement D.Vision E.Pain perception 20.

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26 Tim S. suffered a serious brain injury following a fall into an empty pool. He does not remember the event. Which part of his injured brain was responsible for his memory loss? A) Thalamus B) Hippocampus C) Hypothalamus D) Cerebellum E) Amygdala 4.

27 Name the structure A.Amygdala B.Hypothalamus C.Caudate D.Hippocampus E.Insula 5.

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31 Name the blue area: A)Pituitary B)Subthalamic nucleus C)Hippocampus D)Hypothalamus E)Interpeducular fossa 9.

32 This structure talks to the anterior thalamus and communicates with the hippocampus via the fornix. It degenerates in cases of severe alcoholism. What is it? A.Mamillary body B.Optic chiasm C.Tuber cinerum D.Uncus E.Cingulate gyrus 10.

33 How many layers are there in the cerebral cortex? A)2 B)3 C)4 D)5 E)6 11.

34 12. An anatomy professor is lecturing on the perineum. His language is fluent and uninterrupted, yet he makes no sense at all. He most likely is suffering from which of the following: A)Receptive aphasia (Wernicke’s aphasia) B)Expressive aphasia (Broca’s aphasia) C)Echolasia D)Global aphasia E) Agnosia

35 13. What is the most common cause of dementia? A)Stroke B)Diabetes C)Creuzfeldt-Jacob disease D)Alzheimer’s E)AIDS

36 14. What is apraxia? A) Inability to conceptualize and perform a skilled, learned act on command. B) Defective recognition of perceived stimuli C) Inability to learn new material D) Inability to remember E) Inability to comprehend the emotional tone of words spoken by others

37 15. A medical student, while in anatomy lab, falls to the ground and immediately exhibits bilateral, vigorous, rhythmic, tonic-clonic contractions of her body muscles with loss of consciousness. What might she be experiencing? A) Generalized convulsive grand mal seizure B)Generalized non convulsive seizure (petit mal) C)Complex partial seizure D)Simple partial seizure E)Narcolepsy

38 Which part of the brain plays a major role in controlling homeostasis? A)Thalamus B)Hypothalamus C)Epithalamus D)Caudate E)Putamen 16.

39 Which hypothalamic nucleus regulates circadian rhythms? A.Suprachiasmatic nucleus B.Preoptic nucleus C.Ventromedian nucleus D.Mammilary bodies E.Paraventricular nucleus 17.

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41 If I have a patient or a friend with a spinal cord injury I will: A)Send them to a community hospital to get a wheelchair so that they can be mobile in their environment B)Let the hospital send them wherever their insurance wants to and do nothing C)Educate them about spinal cord rehabilitation options and neuroplasticity D)Not waste time on a second opinion E)Inform the person they will never walk. 19.

42 Andy has trouble removing his “gas mask”. This causes an hypoxic event in his brain which affects layer 5 of his cerebral cortex. Which of the following would be most affected? A.Sense of smell B.Memory C.Movement D.Vision E.Pain perception 20.


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