Brain and Cranial Nerves

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Brain and Cranial Nerves : 

Brain and Cranial Nerves $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 Brainstem and Diencephalon FINAL ROUND Cerebrum and Cerebellum Cerebrospinal Fluid Cranial Nerves Grab Bag

Brainstem and Diencephalon: $100 Question : 

Brainstem and Diencephalon: $100 Question These are all parts of the brainstem except: a. medulla oblongata b. midbrain c. pons d. thalamus BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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Brainstem and Diencephalon: $100 Answer These are all parts of the brainstem except: a. medulla oblongata b. midbrain c. pons d. thalamus BACK TO GAME

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Brainstem and Diencephalon: $200 Question The pyramids are made of these kind of nerve tracts that are involved in the conscious control of this tissue: a. ascending, smooth muscle b. ascending, skeletal muscle c. descending, smooth muscle d. descending, cardiac muscle e. descending, skeletal muscle BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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Brainstem and Diencephalon: $200 Answer The pyramids are made of these kind of nerve tracts that are involved in the conscious control of this tissue: a. ascending, smooth muscle b. ascending, skeletal muscle c. descending, smooth muscle d. descending, cardiac muscle e. descending, skeletal muscle BACK TO GAME

Brainstem and Diencephalon: $300 Question : 

Brainstem and Diencephalon: $300 Question This part of the brain is (are) involved in visual reflexes and hearing and auditory reflexes: a. hypothalamus b. cerebral peduncles c. corpora quadrigemina d. medulla oblongata BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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Brainstem and Diencephalon: $300 Answer This part of the brain is (are) involved in visual reflexes and hearing and auditory reflexes: a. hypothalamus b. cerebral peduncles c. corpora quadrigemina d. medulla oblongata BACK TO GAME

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Brainstem and Diencephalon: $400 Question This best describes the function of the hypothalamus: a. regulates autonomic nervous system functions b. regulates the release of hormones from the posterior pituitary c. regulates body temperature d. regulates food intake (hunger) and water intake (thirst) e. all of the above BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Brainstem and Diencephalon: $400 Answer : 

Brainstem and Diencephalon: $400 Answer This best describes the function of the hypothalamus: a. regulates autonomic nervous system functions b. regulates the release of hormones from the posterior pituitary c. regulates body temperature d. regulates food intake (hunger) and water intake (thirst) e. all of the above BACK TO GAME

Brainstem and Diencephalon: $500 Question : 

Brainstem and Diencephalon: $500 Question This structure plays a role in the onset of puberty and influences sleep-wake cycles and other biorythms: a. mammillary bodies b. pineal gland c. pituitary gland d. olives e. intermediate mass BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Brainstem and Diencephalon: $500 Answer : 

Brainstem and Diencephalon: $500 Answer This structure plays a role in the onset of puberty and influences sleep-wake cycles and other biorythms: a. mammillary bodies b. pineal gland c. pituitary gland d. olives e. intermediate mass BACK TO GAME

Cerebrum and Cerebellum: $100 Question : 

Cerebrum and Cerebellum: $100 Question Numerous folds found on the surface of each cerebral hemisphere are called this: a. sulci b. gyri c. folia d. fissure BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Cerebrum and Cerebellum: $100 Answer : 

Cerebrum and Cerebellum: $100 Answer Numerous folds found on the surface of each cerebral hemisphere are called this: a. sulci b. gyri c. folia d. fissure BACK TO GAME

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Cerebrum and Cerebellum: $200 Question The cerebellum has white matter arranged into branches of a tree called this: a. superior peduncles b. folia c. vermis d. arbor vitae BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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Cerebrum and Cerebellum: $200 Answer The cerebellum has white matter arranged into branches of a tree called this: a. superior peduncles b. folia c. vermis d. arbor vitae BACK TO GAME

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Cerebrum and Cerebellum: $300 Question This area is located in the precentral gyrus of the cerebral cortex: a. olfactory cortex b. visual cortex c. primary motor cortex d. primary somatic sensory cortex e. primary auditory cortex BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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Cerebrum and Cerebellum: $300 Answer This area is located in the precentral gyrus of the cerebral cortex: a. olfactory cortex b. visual cortex c. primary motor cortex d. primary somatic sensory cortex e. primary auditory cortex BACK TO GAME

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Cerebrum and Cerebellum: $400 Question These are the major function of the cerebellum except: a. posture b. fine motor coordination c. learning complex movements d. regulates the extent of intentional movement e. mood modification BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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Cerebrum and Cerebellum: $400 Answer These are the major function of the cerebellum except: a. posture b. fine motor coordination c. learning complex movements d. regulates the extent of intentional movement e. mood modification BACK TO GAME

Cerebrum and Cerebellum: $500 Question : 

Cerebrum and Cerebellum: $500 Question This part of the brain is referred to as the “psychic cortex” and is important in abstract thought and judgement: a. frontal b. temporal c. occipital d. parietal e. insula BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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Cerebrum and Cerebellum: $500 Answer This part of the brain is referred to as the “psychic cortex” and is important in abstract thought and judgement: a. frontal b. temporal c. occipital d. parietal e. insula BACK TO GAME

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $100 Question : 

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $100 Question Cerebrospinal fluid circulates through this: a. subarachnoid space b. subdural space c. epidural space d. ventricles e. all of these f. a and d only BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $100 Answer : 

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $100 Answer Cerebrospinal fluid circulates through this: a. subarachnoid space b. subdural space c. epidural space d. ventricles e. all of these f. a and d only BACK TO GAME

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Cerebrospinal Fluid: $200 Question This space is located in the center of the diencephalon between the two halves of the thalamus: a. lateral ventricles b. third ventricle c. cerebral (mesencephalic) aqueduct d. fourth ventricle BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $200 Answer : 

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $200 Answer This space is located in the center of the diencephalon between the two halves of the thalamus: a. lateral ventricles b. third ventricle c. cerebral (mesencephalic) aqueduct d. fourth ventricle BACK TO GAME

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $300 Question : 

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $300 Question Cerebrospinal fluid passes into the blood by way of this: a. arachnoid granulations b. cerebral aqueduct c. lateral ventricles d. choroid plexus e. brachial plexus BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $300 Answer : 

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $300 Answer Cerebrospinal fluid passes into the blood by way of this: a. arachnoid granulations b. cerebral aqueduct c. lateral ventricles d. choroid plexus e. brachial plexus BACK TO GAME

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $400 Question : 

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $400 Question The endothelial cells with their tight junctions form the blood-brain barrier, which determines what substances can pass from the blood into the nervous tissue of the brain and spinal cord. True/False BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $400 Answer : 

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $400 Answer The endothelial cells with their tight junctions form the blood-brain barrier, which determines what substances can pass from the blood into the nervous tissue of the brain and spinal cord. True/False BACK TO GAME

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $500 Question : 

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $500 Question A patient has a blocked cerebral aqueduct. This defect is called aqueductal stenosis and is a common congenital problem. These symptoms would be observed: a. CSF levels decline b. enlarged fourth ventricle c. enlarged lateral ventricles d. enlarged third ventricle e. c and d BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $500 Answer : 

Cerebrospinal Fluid: $500 Answer A patient has a blocked cerebral aqueduct. This defect is called aqueductal stenosis and is a common congenital problem. These symptoms would be observed: a. CSF levels decline b. enlarged fourth ventricle c. enlarged lateral ventricles d. enlarged third ventricle e. c and d BACK TO GAME

Cranial Nerves:$100 Question : 

Cranial Nerves:$100 Question A cranial nerve may have these functions except: a. sensory b. somatic motor c. parasympathetic c. sympathetic BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Cranial Nerves:$100 Answer : 

Cranial Nerves:$100 Answer A cranial nerve may have these functions except: a. sensory b. somatic motor c. parasympathetic c. sympathetic BACK TO GAME

Cranial Nerves: $200 Question : 

Cranial Nerves: $200 Question The following cranial nerves are all sensory except: a. olfactory b. optic c. oculomotor d. vestibulocohlear BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Cranial Nerves: $200 Answer : 

Cranial Nerves: $200 Answer The following cranial nerves are all sensory except: a. olfactory b. optic c. oculomotor d. vestibulocohlear BACK TO GAME

Cranial Nerves: $300 Question : 

Cranial Nerves: $300 Question Parts of this cranial nerve must be anesthetized for dental work: a. III (Oculomotor) b. IV (Trochlear) c. V (Trigeminal) d. VI (Abducens) e. VII (Facial) BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Cranial Nerves: $300 Answer : 

Cranial Nerves: $300 Answer Parts of this cranial nerve must be anesthetized for dental work: a. III (Oculomotor) b. IV (Trochlear) c. V (Trigeminal) d. VI (Abducens) e. VII (Facial) BACK TO GAME

Cranial Nerves: $400 Question : 

Cranial Nerves: $400 Question If you feel pain in your stomach, action potentials are traveling to your brain through this cranial nerve: a. V (Trigeminal) b. VII (Facial) c. IX (Glossopharyngeal) d. X (Vagus) e. XI (Accessory) BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Cranial Nerves: $400 Answer : 

Cranial Nerves: $400 Answer If you feel pain in your stomach, action potentials are traveling to your brain through this cranial nerve: a. V (Trigeminal) b. VII (Facial) c. IX (Glossopharyngeal) d. X (Vagus) e. XI (Accessory) BACK TO GAME

Cranial Nerves: $500 Question : 

Cranial Nerves: $500 Question A lesion of the glossopharyngeal nerve will result in this: a. facial palsy b. hoarseness c. difficulty swallowing d. loss of taste e. c and d f. b and c BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Cranial Nerves: $500 Answer : 

Cranial Nerves: $500 Answer A lesion of the glossopharyngeal nerve will result in this: a. facial palsy b. hoarseness c. difficulty swallowing d. loss of taste e. c and d f. b and c BACK TO GAME

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Grab Bag:$100 Question The telencephalon later develops into this brain structure: a. medulla oblongata b. cerebellum c. pons d. cerebrum e. thalamus BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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Grab Bag: $100 Answer The telencephalon later develops into this brain structure: a. medulla oblongata b. cerebellum c. pons d. cerebrum e. thalamus BACK TO GAME

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Grab Bag: $200 Question Blood reaches the brain through this blood vessel: a. internal carotid arteries b. vertebral arteries c. basilar arteries d. superior sagittal sinus e. a and b BACK TO GAME ANSWER

Grab Bag: $200 Answer : 

Grab Bag: $200 Answer Blood reaches the brain through this blood vessel: a. internal carotid arteries b. vertebral arteries c. basilar arteries d. superior sagittal sinus e. a and b BACK TO GAME

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Grab Bag: $300 Question This region of the cerebrum is important in voluntary motor function, motivation, aggression, the sense of smell and mood: a. frontal lobes b. parietal lobes c. temporal lobes d. occipital lobes BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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Grab Bag: $300 Answer This region of the cerebrum is important in voluntary motor function, motivation, aggression, the sense of smell and mood: a. frontal lobes b. parietal lobes c. temporal lobes d. occipital lobes BACK TO GAME

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Grab Bag: $400 Question This part of the brain is involved with olfactory reflexes and emotional responses to odors: a. inferior colliculi b. superior colliculi c. mammillary bodies d. pineal body e. pituitary gland BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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Grab Bag: $400 Answer This part of the brain is involved with olfactory reflexes and emotional responses to odors: a. inferior colliculi b. superior colliculi c. mammillary bodies d. pineal body e. pituitary gland BACK TO GAME

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Grab Bag: $500 Question This large dural fold keeps the brain from moving around too freely by anchoring the brain to the crista galli: a. falx cerebelli b. falx cerebri c. tentorium cerebelli d. internal capsule BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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Grab Bag: $500 Answer This large dural fold keeps the brain from moving around too freely by anchoring the brain to the crista galli: a. falx cerebelli b. falx cerebri c. tentorium cerebelli d. internal capsule BACK TO GAME

FINAL ROUND Question : 

FINAL ROUND Question A patient fell in the bathtub and hit the back of her head. She developed a large subdural hematoma on the frontal lobe. This kind of injury is classified as: a. concussion b. open c. coup d. contrecoup BACK TO GAME ANSWER

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FINAL ROUND Answer A patient fell in the bathtub and hit the back of her head. She developed a large subdural hematoma on the frontal lobe. This kind of injury is classified as: a. concussion b. open c. coup d. contrecoup BACK TO GAME

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