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Biology 218 – Human Anatomy
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Nervous System
1.
Which of the following is considered a "special" sense?
A.
proprioception
B.
exteroception
C.
interoception
2. The spinal meninges surround the dorsal and ventral roots within the intervertebral foramina.
A. True
B. Sometimes
C. False
3.
The parasympathetic division of the ANS _______________.
A.
has preganglionic fibers that release ACh, stimulating ganglionic neurons
B.
predominates under resting conditions
C.
consists of preganglionic fibers originating in either the brain stem or the sacral spinal cord
D.
all of the above
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Cerebral Tracts and Connections - Match the nerve pathway / transmission to the Type of connection
Transmission / Function
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Between cortex and lower level CNS
Between gyri of contralateral hemispheres
Between gyri of Ipsolateral hemispheres
Between the spinal cord and the diencephalon
Between the vertebral ganglion and the effector
Between the spinal cord and the visceral ganglion
Between a different levels or sides of the spinal
cord
Tract
A. Association / Arcuate
B. Commissural
C. Projection
D. Spinothalmic
E. Ganglionic
AB. Post ganglionic
AC. Pre-ganglionic
AD. Interneuronal
Match the type of receptor to its functional classification.
SENSE Stimuli
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
Idea
Cold
Injury
Balance
Noise
Salt
Perfume
Color
Memory
Receptor Class / Mechanism of Action
A. Chemoceptive
B. Cognitive / Perceptive
C. Mechainical
D. Nociceptive
E. Photoceptive
AB. Proprioceptive
AC. Thermoceptive
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List the meninges and associated structures and spaces going from superficial to deep lower number to higher
number in the brain. See COLUMN XI for choices
Brain
Cranium / skull
20. ___ membrane
21. ____membrane
22. ___space
23. ___membrane
Cerebral cortex
Classify the types of matter based on their anatomical relationship. Mark A for White OR B for Gray
Location
WHITE
A
GRAY
B
24. SPINAL CORTEX
25. SPINAL MEDULLA
26. CEREBELLAR MEDULLA
27. CEREBRAL CORTEX
28.
Histologically, neural tissue dominated by myelinated axons is defined as _______________.
A.
white matter
B.
neuroglia
C.
neural cortex
D.
gray matter
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Match Table of Nerve Plexuses, Cranial, Spinal and ANS / Visceral Sections to their general site of innervation.
The plexuses / groups are listed in alphabetical order.
Principal Region of Innervations
29. Gluteals, Tensor fasciae late, hamstrings, leg, perineum,
male erectile structures
30. Head, neck, thorax and larynx
31. Obliques, femoral, genitalia, medial leg and foot
32. Pectoral girdle and arm
33. Small and large Intestine
34. Stomach, liver, spleen and kidney
CODE
Plexus Name
A
Brachial
B
Cardiac
C
Celiac
D
Cervical
E
Cranial
AB
Lumbar
AC
Mesenteric
AD
Renal
AE
Sagittal
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Neuron Type and Function
Fill In the following Table of Classification. Where appropriate, Mark all that apply. Use the following lists.
NEURON
TYPE
NAME
35.
36.
37.
38.
ANAT Description
39.
40.
41.
42.
FXNL Description
43.
44.
45.
46.
CODE
A
B
C
D
E
NAME
Anatomical Descriptor
Functional Descriptor
Anaxonic
Bipolar
Multipolar
Pseudounipolar
More than 1 Process
More than 1 Axon
Axon vs Dendrite not defined
Single Process
Single Axon
Nerve impulses pass through cell soma
Nerve impulses pass outside cell soma
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Classification of the Major Responsibilities of the Histological organization of the Nervous. Match the responsibility
with the following choices of cell and location / division.
Responsibility
CELL
Blood Brain Barrier Protection Nutrient, NT regulation Centrally
Blood Brain Barrier Protection Nutrient, NT regulation Peripherally
Myelination of Central Axons
Myelination of Peripheral Axons
Phagocytosis
Produce Cerebrospinal Fluid
CODE
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
__
__
__
__
__
__
Cells
A
B
C
D
E
AB
AC
AD
Astrocyte
Ependymal
Gleefulglia
Microglia
Myloglial
Oligodendrocyte
Satellite
Schwan
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DIV
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
__
__
__
__
__
__
DIV
CNS
DNS
MNS
PNS
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Fill In or match the inquiry with its most appropriate term in the column at the right.
59.
60.
61.
62.
Illustration of “patient” _______________, R or L,
Aspect of this illustration, front or back
Name this complex of nerves as illustrated.
Name these structures V
Illustration of Nerve Architecture
63.
64.
65.
66.
Name these structures X
Name these structures U
Name these structures Z
Name these structures Y
CODE
CHOICES
A
B
C
D
E
AB
AC
AD
AE
BC
BD
BE
CD
CE
DE
ABC
ABD
ABE
ACD
ACE
ADE
Anterior
Brachial Plexus
Celiac Plexus
Cervical Plexus
Cervical Vertebrae
Cords
Cranial Nerves
Divisions
Lateral
Left
Lumbar Plexus
Nerves
Peripheral Nerves
Posterior
Rami Communicantes
Right
Roots
Sagittal
Thoracic Nerves
Trunks
None of the Above
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Schematic Diagram of Nervous System Functional Organization
Fill in the missing labels. Use Column XXII for choices
67. Name this direction XYZ
68. Name this receptor Y
69. Name this receptor X
70.
71.
72.
73.
74.
75.
Name this division U
Name this division S
Name this classification of structures Q
Name this division P
Name this division W
Name this division V
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CNS Structure and Function. Fill in the following table. Note DIFFERENT COLUMNS for choices.
Major Anatomical Structure /
Region
ANSWER from Column XI
Minor / Sub
Structure Region
Column XI
Cerebrum
Function
ANSWER
from Column XIV
76. ____
Cerebral Cortex
Synthesizes thought and memory and desire, conscience and consciousness
Performs higher level analytical functions, voluntary movement, sensory interpretation,
association and integration
77. _____
Cerebral Tracts
Association, Commissural and Projection nerve pathways
Diencephalon
Contains all Thalamic structures
Epithalamus
78. ____
Subthalamus
79. ____
Secretes melatonin that controls our daily rhythms and is responsible for sleep cycle
Contains Pineal Gland
Processes, integrates and may determine both Emotion and Memory
Receive(s) all sensory input except smell
Relays all sensory input from brain stem to cerebral cortex
Superior extensions of the Substantia nigra and Red nucleus
80. ____
Controls pituitary gland with hormones and neurotransmitters
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Major Anatomical Structure /
Minor / Sub
Region
Structure Region
ANSWER from Column XI
Column XI
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Function
ANSWER
from Column XIV
81. ____
Coordinates body movements, posture, fine motor control and proprioception
Regulates posture, balance and interprets intended movement with actual movement
82. ____
Contains the midbrain, pons, medulla oblongata and RAS
Midbrain /
Mesencephalon
83. ___
Medulla
Oblongata
AV data processing, alertness lower consciousness
Regulates alertness, RAS association
Relay station between the cerebrum and spinal cord and / or cerebellum; reflex center
Transmits Sensory information to cerebellum and thalamus AB
Coordinates information bilaterally within cerebellum and between medulla oblongata
and midbrain and regulates breathing
Relays sensory and motor input from spinal cord to brain, right side to left side and vice
versa crossover of many spinal nerves
Regulates consciousness, heart rate, coughing breathing and sneezing and digestion
homeostasis
84. _____
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CNS Structure and Function continued
Major Anatomical Structure /
Minor / Sub
Region
Structure Region
ANSWER from Column XIII
Column XIII
85. ___
Connects SNS and CNS to all levels of the Brain
Protected by the vertebral column
Protected by spinal meninges
White Matter /
Myelinated
Ascending and
Descending
Tracts
Gray Matter,
densely
nucleated
Dorsal Root
89. ____
Bundles SENSORY information and transports to higher centers A
Bundles MOTOR information and transports to lower centers and effectors
Synapse and collateral transmission for SENSORY information to ascending tracts
and reflex arcs
Contains and bundles Peripheral nerves
Carries Motor and Sensory information to and from the CNS
86. ____
Peripheral Nerve
Function
ANSWER
from Column XIV
87. ___
Carries afferent nerve impulses
Dorsal Root
Ganglion
Contains Cell bodies of SENSORY nerve fibers
Ventral Root
Carries Motor nerve impulses to effector targets
88. ____
Transmits SNS and ANS information between somatic and visceral receptor and CNS
Responds to Determined stimulus
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Identify the structures indicated. See COLUMN XV for choices
Illustration of Human Brain
90. Name this space Q
91. Name this structure region Z
92. Name this space W
93. Name this space U
94. Name this structure T
95. Name this structure U
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Identify the indicated structures. See COLUMN XV
Illustration of Human Brain
96.
97.
98.
99.
Name this structure U
Name this structure M
Name this structure X
Name this structure Q
100.
101.
102.
103.
Name this structure
Name this structure
Name this structure
Name this structure
V
O
T
M
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Complete the following Table of Cranial Nerves. Select choices from the INDICATED COLUMNS. Hint: What is
the rational for this classification?
Nerve
Column XVI
Roman Numeral
Designation
FNXL
Pathway
Regions / Organs of Innervation
Vestibulocochlear
VIII
Special Sensory
Hearing and Equilibrium
Vagus
X
Both Sensory
and Motor
Pharynx, diaphragm, thoracic and abdominopelvic
viscera, / homeostasis
Trochlear
IV
Motor
Eye movement / superior oblique muscle
Trigeminal
V
Both Sensory
and Motor
Jaws, nasal cavity, frontalis, palpebrae, eyebrows,
lips, gums, teeth, palate
Optic
II
Special Sensory
Retina / vision
Olfactory
I
Special Sensory
Olfactory bulbs / smell
Oculomotor
III
Motor
Eye Muscles / Eye palpebrae / Eye Movement
Hypoglossal
XII
Motor
Tongue / speech and eating
Glossopharyngeal
IX
Both Sensory
and Motor
Tongue, pharynx, palate, carotid arteries, CO2, o2,
pH, parotid salivary glands
Facial
VII
Both Sensory
and Motor
Gustation, facial expression lacrimal, salivary glands
Accessory
XI
Motor
Palate, pharynx, larynx / swallowing
Abducens
VI
Motor
Eye movement / lateral oblique muscle
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Spinal Cord Anatomy. Match the Anatomical term with its corresponding indicator. See COLUMN XIX for
choices
Muscle and Nerve Nomenclature
Muscle
104.
Name this structure %
Nerve
105.
106.
107.
Name this membrane $
Name this membrane %
Name this structure @
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Name these neuronal circuit types. Choose from COLUMN XVIII for choices.
Neuronal Circuits Illustration
108.
__
109.
__
110.
__
111.
__
112.
__
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Match the CODE with its most appropriate function listed below
113.
114.
115.
116.
117.
123.
CNS
Conducts information to and from the brain
Connects CNS to muscles and glands
Connects Sensory organs to CNS
Controls involuntary responses
118.
Controls voluntary movements
119.
Fight and Flight
120.
PNS
121.
Receives, stores and processes sensory
information, initiates responses, generates
thoughts memories and emotions
122.
Rest and Digest
Which of the following divisions carries motor commands to muscles and glands?
A.
the efferent division of the peripheral nervous system
B.
the afferent division of the peripheral nervous system
C.
the afferent division of the central nervous system
D.
the efferent division of the central nervous system
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Identify the indicated structures. Use Column XXIII for answer choices.
Diagram of Sagittal Section of Human Eye
124.
125.
126.
127.
128.
Name this structure space Q
Name thestructure that occupies this space Q
Name this structure T
Name this structures Z
129.
Name this structure W
130.
Name the fluid / humor which this structure W
produces
131.
Name this space X
132.
Name this space N
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Identify the indicated structures. Use Column XXIV for answer choices.
Diagram of a Sagittal section of the Human ear
133.
Name this structure ?
134.
Through which osseous structure [ foramen]
do + and // enter the cranial floor
135.
Name the bone in which this structure &,
resides
136.
The complex of statoconia (densely packed calcium carbonate crystals) and gelatinous matrix in the
inner ear is called a/an _______________.
A.
auricle
B.
endolymphatic duct
C.
ossicle
D.
endolymphatic sac
E.
otolith
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Illustration of the ______
137.
138.
Cochlear duct
Cochlear nerve
139.
Organ of Corti
140.
141.
142.
143.
Temporal bone
Tympanic canal / duct
Vestibular canal / duct
Vestibulocochlear nerve
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ANSWER CHOICE CODES
CODE
A
B
C
D
E
AB
AC
AD
AE
BC
BD
BE
CD
CE
DE
ABC
ABD
ABE
ACD
ACE
ADE
BCD
BCE
BDE
CDE
ABCD
ABCE
ACDE
BCDE
ABCDE
ABCDE
II Circulatory
Aorta, abdominal
Aorta, ascending
Aorta, thoracic
Aortic, arch
Brachiochephalic trunk
Carotid artery
Cephalic and cranial
capillaries
Hepatic portal vein
Hepatic vein
Iliac artery
Iliac vein
Jugular veins
Mesenteric artery
Pukmonary capillaries
Pumnonary artery
Pulmonary vein
Renal artery
Renal capillaries
Renal vein
Subclavian veins
Vena cava, inferior
Vena cava, superior
III Arteries
Aorta ascending
Aorta desc abdominal
Aorta desc thoracic
Arcuate
Axillary
Brachial
Brachiocephalic
Carotid commom right
Carotid common left
Carotid external
Carotid internal
Celiac trunk
Femoral
Gastric
Hepatic common
Iliac external
Iliac internal
Mesenteric inferior
Mesenteric superior
Palmar arch
Peroneal / fibular
Popliteal
Radial
Renal
Splenic
Subcalvian right
Subclavian left
Tibial
Ulnar
Vertebral
IV Veins
Antebrachial
Axillary
Basilic
Brachiocephalic
Cephalic
Coronary
Cubital median
Dorsal arch
Femoral
Hepatic
Hepatic portal
Iliac common
Iliac external
Iliac internal
Jugular external
Jugular internal
Mesenteric inferior
Mesenteric superior
Palmar digital
Popliteal
Pulmonary art trunk
Radial
Renal
Sagittal sinus
Saphenous sm
Splenic
Subclavian
Tibial anterior
Vena cava inf
Vena cava sup
V Heart
Aortic semi-lunar valve
Apex
Atrial hillus
Coronary artery L
Coronary artery R
Coronary sinus
Interventricular septum
Lateral
Left atrium
Left ventricle
Mediastinum
Mitral valve
Prone
Pulmonary art semi-lunar valve
Right atrioventricular valve
Right atrium
Right ventricle
Supine
Heart Detail VI
Ant Interventricular Sulcus
Anterior
Aorta
Aortic SL Valve
Bicuspid Valve
Chordae tendinae
Distal
Inferior
Inferior vena cava
Interventricular Septum
L Atrium
L Coronary Art
L Ventricle
Left
Medial
Mediastinum
Papilary muscle
Parietal pericardia
Interventricular Sulcus
Posterior
Proximal
Pulmonary Art
Pulmonary Art SL Valve
Pulmonary Vein
R Atrium
R Coronary Art
R Ventricle
Right
Sinoatrial node
Superior
Tricuspid Valve
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B
C
D
E
AB
AC
AD
AE
BC
BD
BE
CD
CE
DE
ABC
ABD
ABE
ACD
ACE
ADE
BCD
BCE
BDE
CDE
ABCD
ABCE
ACDE
BCDE
ABCDE
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VII Vessels
IX Blood Data / µL
Artery
Basement membrane
Cross
Endothelium
External elastic lamina
Internal elastic lamina
Longitudinal
Lumen
Sagittal
Smooth muscle
Tunica externa
Tunica interna
Tunica media
Vein
Venous valve
2,500,000
25,000,000
150,000,000
250,000,000
1,000,000,000
7,500,000,000
10,000,000,000
25,000,000,000
75,000,000,000
150,000,000,000
250,000,000,000
2,500,000,000,000
25,000,000,000,000
250,000,000,000,000
Basophil
Carbohydrates
Creatinine
Electrolytes
Eosinophil
Erythrocyte
H2O
Lipids
Lymphocyte
Monocyte
Neutrophil
Nucleic acids
Plasma
Plasma proteins
Thrombocytes
Urea
Uric Acid
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X ANS
Acetylcholine
Adrenaline
ATP
Cervical
Cranial Sacral
Dopamine
Enteric
Extrinsic
Lumbar Sacral
No
Nor-epinephrine
Parasympathetic Post-Ganglion
Parasympathetic Pre-Ganglion
Some
Sympathetic Post-Ganglion
Sympathetic Pre-Ganglion
Thoraco-lumbar
Yes
Yes and No
XI Brain Anat
Arachnoid mater
Arachnoid villi
Brain Stem
Cerebellum
Cerebrum
Deincephalon
Dura mater
Epithalamus
Gray Matter
Hypothalamus
Medulla Oblongata
Midbrain / Mesencephalon
Peripheral Nerve
Pia mater
Pons
Spinal Cord
Spinal Nerve
Subthalamus
Subarachnoid
Subdural
Thalamus
White Matter
You've Got Nerve
None of The Above
All of the Above
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AC
AD
AE
BC
BD
BE
CD
CE
DE
ABC
ABD
ABE
ACD
ACE
ADE
BCD
BCE
BDE
CDE
ABCD
ABCE
ACDE
BCDE
ABCDE
XII Neuron / Glia / Fxn
Astrocyte
CNS
CSF Production
Ependymal
Microglia
Myelination of CNS Axons
Myelination of PNS Axons
Oligodendrocyte
Phagocytosis
PNS
Satellite
Schwan
Structure and Blood Brain Barrier
Protection
Nutrient Neurotransmitter regulation
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XIII CNS
XIV Brain Region Functions
Assoc and Commissural
Tracts
Brain Stem
Cerebral Cortex
Cerebral Tracts
Cerebellum
Cerebrum
Diencephalon
Dorsal Root Ganglion
Epithalamus
Ganglia
Hypothalamus
Medulla Oblongata
Midbrain / Mesencephalon
Peripheral Nerve
Pons
Posterior Gray Horn
Posterior Spinal Nerve Root
Sensory Receptor
Spinal cord
Spinal Cord White Matter
Spinal Cord Gray Mater
Spinal nerve
Subthalamus
Thalamus
Ventral root
Bundles SENSORY information and transports to higher centers
Carries efferent nerve impulses Connects SNS and CNS to all levels of the Brain
Carries Sensory nerve impulses from receptorsto CNS
Contains Gray and White Matter of the Brain, Cortex, Tracts and Ganglia
Controls pituitary gland with hormones and neurotransmitters
Determines “personality”
Maintain homeostasis / regulating hunger, sleep, thirst, temperature, water balance
Regulates consciousness, heart rate, respiratory reflex and digestion homeostasis
Transmits Sensory information to cerebellum and thalamus
Transmits SNS and ANS information between to somatic and visceral receptors
Transmits SNS and ANS information between somatic and visceral receptor and CNS AC
X-OVER relay of sensory information to thalamus, brain stem, R to L andvice versa
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XV Brain Interior
Anterior
Arachnoid Mater
Arachnoid villi / granulosum
Brain Stem
Central Canal
Cerebellum Cortex
Cerebrum
Choroid plexus
Corpus Callosum
Dura mater
Falx cerebri
Hemispherical Sulcus
Inferior
Lateral Sulcus / Ventricle
Left
Longitudinal Fissure
Medulla Oblongata
Midbrain / Mesencephalon
Parieto-occipital Sulcus
Peripheral Nerve
Pia Mater
Pons
Post central Gyrus
Posterior pituitary
Pre-central Gyrus
Septum Pellucidum
Thalamic intermediate mass
3RD Ventricle
4th Ventricle
XVI Cranial
Nerves
Abducens
Accessory
Facial
Glosso-pharyngeal
Hypoglossal
Oculomotor
Olfactory
Optic
Trigeminal
Trochlear
Vagus
Vestibulocochlear
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VIII
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XIII
Both / Mixed M&S
Motor
Sensory
Special Sensory
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XVII Cranial Nerve Regions of Innervation / FXN
1 Olfactory bulbs / smell
10 Pharynx, diaphragm, thoracic and abdominopelvic viscera, / homeostasis
11 Palate, pharynx, larynx / swallowing
12 Tongue / speech kissing and eating
2 Retia / vision
3 Eye Muscles / Eye palpebrae / Eye Movement
4 Eye movement / superior oblique muscle
5 Jaws, nasal cavity, frontalis, palpebrae, eyebrows, lips, gums, teeth, palate
6 Eye movement / lateral oblique muscle
7 Gustation, facial expression lacrimal, salivary glands
8 Hearing and Equilibrium
9 Tongue, pharynx, palate, carotid arteries, CO2, o2, pH, parotid salivary glands
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XVIII Neurons Neural Circuits
Anaxonal
Bipolar
Converging / Combining
Diverging / Cascading
Multipolar
Multipotent
Paralllel
Pluripotent
Polipolar
Polipotent
Pyramidal
Reverberating / Echoing / reinforcing
Serial / sequential
Totipotent
Unipolar
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XIX Neuron Cell Anat
Axolemma
Axon
Axoplasm
Endomysium
Endoneruium
Epimysium
Epineurium
Filament
Myomysium
Myoneurium
Nerdineurium
Neurolemma
Perimysium
Perineurium
Periosteum
Plasmalemma
Sarcolemma
Sarcoplasm
Tendon
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XX Plexi Regions of Innervation
XXI
Nerve Counts
Autonomic -Symp and Parasymp
Abdominal, Gluteal, Femoral, Genital, Tibial, Fibular, Plantar
Arteries of Kidneys and Ureters
Bronchus
Cervical
Esophagus
Heart
Head, Neck, Shoulders, Chest and Diaphragm
Intestines
Kidneys and Ureters
Liver, Gallbladder, Pancreas, Spleen, Adrenal, Gonads
Lumbar
Parasympathetic
Pelvic Viscera
Perineal and Genital
Sacral Dermis
Scalp, Cephalic, Cervical, Neck, Throat and Diaphragm
Spinal
Stomach, Spleen Pancreas
Sympathetic
Thoracic
None of the above
All of the Above
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ABE
ACD
ACE
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BCD
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BDE
CDE
ABCD
ABCE
ACDE
BCDE
ABCDE
XXII NS Architecture
Afferent
NS
Acetylcholine
ATP
Cervical
CNS
Cranial Sacral
Dopamine
Efferent
Extrinsic
Lumbar Sacral
or-epinephrine
Parasympathetic
Parasymp Pre-Gang
PNS
SNS
Sympathetic
Visceral / Entero receptors
Special Sense Receptors
Somatic Receptors
Skeletal MuscleSensory Info
Motor Info
Visceral Effectors
XXIII
Eye
Aqueous
Blind Spot
Canthus
Choroid
Ciliary Muscle
Conjunctiva
Fovea
Iris
Lens
Limbus
Optic Disc
Optic nerve
Pupil
Retina
Sclera
Suspensory Ligaments
Taer Film
Trabeculae
Vitreous
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XXIV
Ear
Audition
Auricle
Cochlea
Cochlear Branch
Equilibrium
Eustachian Tube
Ext Aud Meatus
External Ear
Gustation
Inner ear
Int Aud Meatus / Canal
Malleeous
Middle ear
Petrous Process
Pinna
Semi-circular canals
Stapes
Temporal
Tympanum
Vestibulaocochlear nerve
Vestibular Branch
Vestibule
Vision
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