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LetterPart of Brain
Spinotectal tract: _____ to cortex
Excitatory neurotransmitters
In myasthenia gravis ____ goes down causing EPP to drop
The ____ is a network of interlacing nerve fibers in medulla, pons, and midbrain
Motor Area for Speech/Broca's Area
3 vitality centers of medulla:
The DMCL is ____ (speed wise)
Premotor Area
Neurotransmitter: concentrated in brain stem, hypo, sympathetic; deals with arousal; excitatory
Pyramidal System: Lateral corticospinal tract:decussation in _____
DCML: terminates in ____
Primary Visual Area
Pyramidal System: corticobulbar tract: decussation in _____
Neurotransmitter: sensory pathway neurons, excitatory
Primary Taste Area
Lobe associated with sensory
The posterior of the brain is associated with ______ neurons
Spinoreticular tract is involved in ___ pain
Glial cells type: produce myelination in CNS
Primary Auditory Area
corticobulbar tract terminates in ____ muscles
Anterolateral: decussation In ______
Neurotransmitter: Neurons of brain stem, sleep, temperature, mood, excitatory
Extrapyramidal: rubrospinal tract: decussation in
Pons has control of ______ in medulla
Reticulospinal tract originates in ____
Anterior corticospinal terminates ____ muscles
Inferior colliculi associated with ___
The Cerebellum is mainly associated with ____ movements
Visual Association Area
LetterPart of Brain
Spinothalamic (both): synpase in _____ to ____ to _____ in brain
Spinotectal tract: orient ___ and ___ toward stimuli
Hemispheres of cerebrum connected by _____
Parts of Basil ganglia
Spinothalamic (Anterior) is involved in ____ touch and _____
4 Divisions of Brain (top to bottom)
Reticulospinal trac terminates in ____
Neurotransmitter: concentrated in motor neurons, basal ganglia, parasympathetic
Extrapyramidal: vestibulospinal tract decussates in ____
rubrospinal tract originates from ____
Parkinson's Disease occurs due to the death of _______ neurons in the _________
Glial cell type: Produce CSF
Glial cell type: produce myelination in PNS
Primary Motor Area
rubrospinal tract terminates in ______
The anterior of the brain is associated with _____ neurons
Lobe associated with motor
In LES, ____ goes down causing EPP to down
Inhibitory Neurotransmitters
Huntington's Disease occurs in the ______ due to _______ and ______ production lowering from enzyme deficiency
Vestibulospinal tract controls ______
H and D together are the ___
6 Divisions of CNS (top to bottom)
Primary Sensory Area
Neurotransmitter: substantia nigra, inhibitory, subconscious skeletal movement
Extrapyramidal: reticulospinal tract decussates in ____
Pyramidal System: Anterior corticospinal tract:decussation in _____
Spinocerebellar tract goes from ____ to _____, decussates in ____
LetterPart of Brain
DCML: is a pathway for___ touch and ____
All pyramidal tracts originate from _____
Lobe associated with auditory/olfactory
In MG, ______ are destroyed by _______
Rubrospinal tract controls ____ muscles
Neurotransmitter: neurons in a lot of places; inhibitory; chlorine conductance
The Reticular formation is mainly associated with _____
In LES, ______ are destroyed causing less _____
Damage to the Broca's Area is associated with
Parts of Telencephalon
Lateral corticospinal terminates in ___ and __
Vestibulospinal tract terminates in ____
Lobe associated with visual
Tectospinal tract originates in___
Neurotransmitter: motor pathway neurons, inhibitory
Spinothalamic (Lateral) is involved in ___ and ____
DCML: Decassation in _____
Parts of Diencephalon
Reticulospinal tract controls ____
5 Divisions of spinal cord (top to bottom)
Extrapyramidal: Tectospinal tract: decussates in ____
Spinoreticular tract: ____ to cortex
Auditory Association Area
Tectospinal tract terminates in ____
Glial cells type: provide nutrients to nervous tissue
Tectospinal controls ____ and _____
Damage to the Wernicke's Area is associated with
Vestibulospinal tract originates in ___
Superior colliculi associated with ___
The Thalamus is a relay station for ______ , but doesn't pass _____ signals

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