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Which part of the substantia nigra is most affected in Parkinsons?
Cribriform plate is part of which bone?
Lesions of PPC cause
Primary taste cortex is in the
What areas of the cortex does the PPC project to?
Hypokinesia and ridigity are common in
Lateral division of olfactory tract sends fibres to the:
Neurotransmitter causing pupillary constriction
What is special about the optic disk?
Sn pars compacta neurons project tonot collective name, use ,
Which type of neurons first degenerate in Alzheimers, where?
Broca's area is for ___ aspects of speech
Which transmitter acts on nmda receptors?
Major output pathway from the amygdala
What type of movement is when the eyes both move towards the midline
The fornix has afferents and efferents to
Afferent pathway of the pupillary light reflex is carried in which nerve?
What type of neurons are found in the caudate?
What nt to neurons of the globus pallidus use?
Semi circular canals detect
Major supply of posterior parietal cortex
Wernicke's area is concerned with _______ speech
Which nerve innervates the utricle and saccule
Tastebuds in anterior 2/3 of tongue innervated byfull name of nerve, not number
Major target of amygdala output
Sympathetic innervation of the pineal gland regulates the release of
Which bone are semicircular canals in/
Anterior hypothalamus receives major input from
The thalamus relays info to the
Dreaming happens in which phase of sleep?
The fovea contains a high density of
The PPC integrates what type of info?
Where is the pineal gland?
Vestibular cerebellum outputs to which nucleus
What connects the 2 cerebral hemispheres?
Nerve innervating lateral rectus
Cell bodies of the preganglionic parasympathetic supply to the ciliary ganglion lie in which nucleus?no -
Chorea-like movements are linked to degeneration of the
Parasympathetic innervation of ciliary muscle arises in which nerve
Nerve innervating superior oblique
Information from tastebuds relays toabbreviated
Type of receptors on tastebuds, neurotransmitter
Sensation and innervation of posterior 2/3 tastbuds is by which nerve?full name of nerve, not number
Axon pathway connecting brainstem nuclei involved in coordinated eye movements
Which nucleus controls circadian rhythms?
Blanched and protruding into globe- optic disk- what is wrong?
Dopaminergic degeneration in parkinsons occurs in the
Olfactory neurons lie in
Olfactory nerves terminate in the
Excitatory/inhibitory: StN to GPi
Which ion channel does GABA act on?

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