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Lab 1 Exam - Requires Respondus LockDown Browser + Webcam Due No due date Points 40 Questions 15 Time Limit 60 Minutes Requires Respondus LockDown Browser Attempt History Attempt Time Score... LATEST Attempt 1 38 minutes 36.25 out of 40 Score for this quiz: 36.25 out of 40 Submitted Mar 8 at 5:19pm This attempt took 38 minutes. The blue line in the picture above is called the . Your Answer: Central Sulus Central sulcus Question 2 3 / 3 pts The part of the brain (indicated by the blue pin) in the picture above is called: orrect! Rostral, cerebrum Caudal, cerebrum Rostral, cerebellum Caudal, cerebellum The white matter in the region above (indicated by the blue pin) is called: Your Answer: Arbor Vitae Arbor Vitae Injury to the area of the brain (indicated by the pin) above would most likely cause impaired: Motor planning Interpreting of general senses Vision Hearing and Smell Motor coordination Question 5 1.25 / 2.5 pts Damage to the region (indicated by the pin, above) causes what movement disorder? Your Answer: lack of motor coordination Ataxic movement This region of the brain acts a sensory relay station: A. B. C. D. Your Answer: C. Pons A. Diencephalon (Thalamus) Question 8 2.5 / 2.5 pts Damage to the cranial nerve (highlighted in blue, above) causes: . Your Answer: Oculomotor Nerve (III) - Damages could cause eyelids to drop, lack of eyemovement and pupillary constrictions. Question 9 2.5 / 2.5 pts The motor branch of the cranial nerve (highlighted in blue, above) enables what movements? Your Answer: Question 10 2.5 / 2.5 pts The cranial nerve (highlighted in blue, above) enables what movements? Your Answer: Abducens Nerve (VI) Responsible for lateral eye movement Eyes to move laterally Question 11 2.5 / 2.5 pts Damage to the cranial nerve highlighted in blue, above causes: orrect! Bell’s palsy Hoarseness of voice Impaired speech Question 12 2.5 / 2.5 pts Damage to the cranial nerve highlighted in blue, above causes: Unilateral damage to the cranial nerve highlighted in blue, above causes: (Discuss two) Your Answer: Vagus Nerve (X) Damage can lead to hoarness and poor ability to control heart rate and breathing. If both nevers are damage it is fatal Question 14 2.5 / 2.5 pts The left cranial nerve (highlighted in blue, above) was damaged. How would this present during a physical examination? Your Answer: Accessory Nerve (XI) Resopnsible for movement of shoulders, shrugging. If there is damage on the left side, the right shoulder will experience loss of mobility and patient will not be able to shrug with that shoulder When protruding the tongue, it will deviate to the left. Quiz Score: 36.25 out of 40 [Show More]

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