Ch. 17 Cerebrum
#1. What does the cerebrum consist of? - diencephalon & cerebral hemispheres (telencephalon) #2. What are considered the subcortical structures? - subcortical white matter, basal ganglia, & amygdala...
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#1. What parts of the spinal nerve are CNS (proximally)? - Dorsal and ventral roots #2. What does the ventral root contain? - motor axons #3. What does the dorsal root contain? - sensory NEURONS #4...
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Physical Medicine 204 Final
#1. What is the main motion from C0 to C1 of the cervicocranial region? - Flexion to extension = nodding 15 - 20o #2. What is the main motion from C1 to C2 of the cervicocranial region? - Rotation (...
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Physical Medicine 204 Midterm
...type of fibers can become more in line with rehabilitation? - Collagen #18. Pain leads to muscle inhibition...- Chronic or repeat injuries #22. Goals of rehabilitation try to promote? - Reduction of pain and promote...
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Physical Medicine 204
higher brain centres #15. Before applying rehabilitation techniques, it is important to discuss the...maturation; final resolution #29. The goal of the rehabilitation clinician is to allow _______ to occur, but...
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Neuro: Peripheral NS
#1. What do the axons in the dorsal rami innervate? - paravertebral muscles and overlying skin #2. What do the axons in the ventral rami innervate? - skeletal, muscular, & cutaneous area of limbs an...
linda_michalek_7|6 years ago|±0|2 views
Neuro: Basal ganglia, cerebellum, & movement
#1. What do the basal ganglia and the cerebellum do? - adjust level of activity in descending tracts, control movement, but don't have direct connections with LMNs #2. What is the function of the bas...
linda_michalek_7|6 years ago|±0|3 views
Neuro: Autonomic Nervous System
#1. Function of the ANS? - It regulates Viscera, Vasculature, & Glands to maintain Homeostasis #2. What is known as "Master Controller of Homeostasis" - Hypothalamus #3. This Acts on pituitary and o...
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Kinesiology Exam 3 (Lower Body)
#1. Name the bony prominence on the distal fibula - Lateral Malleolus #2. Name the tarsal bone that joints with the fibula - Talus #3. Name the projection from the middle tibial plateau - Intercond...
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Mechanical Ventilation Chapter 17
#1. Define Valutrauma: - lung damage caused by excessive volume in the lungs #2. Define biotrauma: - Overdistention causing the release of inflammatory mediators from the lungs that can lead to mu...
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