Lab Exam

  1. What is on the dorsal view of hte cerebrum?
    • R and L hemispheres
    • Longitudinal fissure
    • Frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal lobes
    • Central sulcus 
    • convolutions: gyri and sulci
  2. What is on the midsagittal view of hte cerebrum?
    corpus callosum: genu and splenium
  3. What is in the diencephalon?
    • ventral view: optic chiasma and optic tract/ mamillary body
    • midsagittal section: thalamus
  4. Mesencephalon
    • Dorsal and midsagittal views: 
    • Corporta quadrigemina (superior and inferior colliculi)
    • Pineal body

    Ventral view: cerebral peduncles
  5. Metencephalon
    Dorsal view: cerebellum, vermis of cerebellum, cerebellar hemispheres

    Midsagittal view: arbor vitae of cerebellum/ pons
  6. Cranial nerves
    Ventral view: optic nerves/ olfactory bulb and olfactory tract
  7. ventricles
    midsagittal view: lateral, 3rd, 4th
  8. myelencephalon
    dorsal, ventral, and misaggital views: medulla oblongata
  9. midbrain
  10. hindbrain
  11. interbrain
  12. toward the head
  13. toward the rar
  14. away from
  15. near to
  16. toward the belly
  17. toward the back
  18. where is the gall bladder located?
    on the surface of hte right liver lobe
  19. Where is the stomach located?
    under the left lobe of the liver
  20. Where are the lateral ventricles located?
    within the center of the cerebral hemisphere
  21. Where are the third and fourth ventricles located?
    third: near thalamusfourth: base of cerebellum
  22. WHy is there no vision in the blind spot?
    absence of rods adn conesq
  23. What is the lens shape controlled by?
    ciliary muscles attachedto it
  24. test for color blindness
    pseudoisochromatic plates
  25. For diagnosis of color defectives an __ is used as a rule
  26. Demonstration plates
    enhance understanding of the shapes and position of the numebers
  27. Screening plates
    protan or deutan (congenital red green deficiency)
  28. classification plates
    classify protan and deutan
  29. reference figures
    • good for kids 
    • in black in white
  30. Subjects who can't read plates two and three are __/ 
    Subjects who can't read plate number one are __.
    • suspected of total color blindness, tritan, acquired defectiveness
    • suggetive of malingery
  31. Rinne Test
    • test for middle ear deafness
    • strike a tuning fork and place handle against mastoid. when vibrations no longer heard, hold tuning fork outside the external ear
    • if no sound heard= middle ear deafness
  32. Weber Test
    • middle ear deafness
    • strike tuning fork and place handle medially on your partner's head
    • indicate ear where it is lounder
    • if sensoineural deafness: tone heard in unaffeted ear, but not in ear with it
    • conduction deafness: heard more strongly in ear in which there is a hearing losss
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