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nucleus for noradrenergic innervation of the cord
hippocampal lesions: what memory lost
termination of trigeminal nociceptive axons
2 epilepsy drugs
which cells act as a scaffold in cns development
muscles of mastication
5HT 1a receptor agonist
climbing fibres terminate on what cells
Flexor withdrawal: stimulus
heroin overdose treatment
the midbrain and colliculi are formed from
subcortical descending tract for extensors (antigravity)
release from which fibres in the cerebellum gives a complex spike
circadian rhythm
nucleus linked to sexual dimorphism in the hypothalamus
what cells do climbing fibres input to
vascular structure most involved in extradural haemmorhage
second messenger in the retina
which cells take up extra glutamate
what cells do mossy fibres input to
midbrain pain control
neurotransmitter in the neocortical projection to neostriatum
dopamine is released from the
fibres connecting mammilary bodies and hippocampus
dentate nucleus signals to the ___ and what part of thalamus
main 5ht nucleus in the brain
cells in the cns regulating extracellular K+
inhaled anaesthetic
what receives the olfactory tract via the median forebrain bundle
nucleus controlling plasma osmolarity
receptor for ltp in the hippocapmus
retina is an outgrown of the
internuclear tract in VOR
planning spontaneous movement
local anaesthetic
ballism- where is the lesion
nucleus projecting climbing fibres to the cerebellum
syringiomyelia destroys thea
superficial and fast
2 nuclei for proprioception
vpm and vpl thalamus are for
benzodiazepines bind to and enhance
magnocellular layers in lgn
OVLT relays to which hypothalamic nucleus
deep and slow, vibration
bit of limbic system receiving from olfactory tract
first nucleus with input from both ears
CRH & TRH
ascending tract carrying touch from ipsilateral leg
satiety
dorsal root ganglia are formed from
nerve for muscles of mastication
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Flexor withdrawal: number of synapses
salt and sour use what type of ion channels
Right lower limb stretch reflex: classification
what receptor do barbituates bind to and what do they inhibit
nuclei in indirect path
what is impaired first by syringomyelia
csf lies between the arachnoid and
name 4 schizophrenia drugs
commisural fibres connect
which cells form a glial scar
spinalcord site of enkephalins modifying pain
ssri's are mainly
retinal is converted from what to what?
deep and fast, vibration
nystagmus where is the lesion
neurotransmitter from the striatum to the gpi
hunger centre:which hypothalamic nucleus
fibres that run from the cortex subcortically
lesions of the amygdala lead to loss of
transmitter for pupil constriction
nucleus providing parasympathetic innervation to hear
memory area of hypothalamus
anterior thalamic nucleus projects to
what is the g protein called in the retina
disturbance of balance and gait, where is the lesion
Right lower limb stretch reflex: efferent neuron
cell bodies of spinothalamic tract axons lie in the
main artery supplying v1
what does an internal capsule lesion do to the monosynaptic stretch reflex
adult neurogenesis occurs in the
light converges before the retina in
Release from which fibres in the cerebellum leads to a simple spinke
what stains entire fibres
Right lower limb stretch reflex: afferents
what type of glial cells are found in the retina
parvocellular layers in lgn
what stains myelin
nucleus receiving from the dentate and interposed fibres of the cerebellum
what connects the mammillary bodies to the anterior thalamus
somatostatin is released from which part of the hypothalamus
foramen through which the maxillary nerve enters skull
excessive pupil constriction
GHRH
Flexor withdrawal: efferent fibres
l dopa treats
dorsal column systems crossing the midline form
semicircular canals detect
which nucleus has receptors for glucose and free fatty acids
gate control of pain
microglia are what cell line
cortical gyrus receiving from the anterior thalamus
cns cells that originate from mesoderm and migrate into the brain
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hypothtlamic location of pomc neurons
GnRH
osmosensitive neurons lie in 3 places:
tract linking the brainstem, hypothalamus and septal region
cranial nerves for taste
where do parvocellular neurons release neuropeptides into portal capillaries
nucleus in the brainstem that gives a descending motor tract and receives from deep cerebellar nuclei
efferent gag reflex nerve
va and vl nucleus are for
the molecular layer does not contain
PVN & SON
which neurons and where degenerate in huntingtons
olfactory receptors lie in the
primary olfactory cortex
which nuclei in the thalamus does the globus pallidus relay to
olfactor receptor neurons synapse onto the
spinal cord neuron determining stretch reflex sensitivity
what nt do purkynje fibres use
main target of hippocampus output
sensory limb of gag reflex
release of dopamine
Right lower limb stretch reflex: receptor
Flexor withdrawal in right leg- what muscle group stimulated in left leg?
what transmitter do ca3 pyramidal cells use for ltp
axons from which nucleus synapse onto purkynje cells
release of vasopressin
granule cell nerotransmitter in cerebellum
olfactory axons go through the
Right lower limb stretch reflex: increased gamma motor neuron activity, effect on reflex
cranial nerve supplying parotid
what links the hippocampi
mgn
which cells are in the dentate gyrus of the hippocampus
foramen through which the mandibular nerve enters skull
transection of cord
wernicke's area does what function of speech
what stains rna
lgn
intergrates auditory visual and somatosensation
afferents of the monosynaptic stretch reflex have cell bodies in the
innervates conjunctiva
1a axons carry impulses from
purkynje fibres synapse onto
what nt do climbing fibres use
change in personality, perseveration, what cortical area
red nucleus gives rise to what tract
intention tremor due to lesion in
last synapse of somatosensory neurons before the cortex
alcoholic impairment of mammillary bodies
superficial and slow
only cranial nerve that exits dorsally
lesions of which part of the hypothalamus produce hyperphagia

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