Anatomy

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Anatomy
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  1. general interpretive and speech center- controls mouth and tongue to form words
    left hemisphere
  2. language based skills 
    left hemisphere
  3. mathematical comprehension
    left hemisphere
  4. spatial relationships
    right hemisphere
  5. final relay point for ascending sensory information 
    thalmus
  6. coordinates the activities of the cerebral cortex and participates in some forms of emotion and sensation
    thalmus
  7. controls somatic motor activities at a subconscious level
    hypothalmus
  8. controls autonomic function (ANS)
    hypothalmus
  9. coordinates activities of the endocrine and nervous systems. important regulatory role over pituitary gland
    hypothalmus
  10. secretes hormones ADH and Ocytocin
    hypothalmus
  11. participates in the regulation of emotions- pleasure and aggression ect
    hypothalmus
  12. regulates body temp
    hypothalmus
  13. controls food (produces sensation of hunger) and water intake (stimulates feelings of thirst)
    hypothalmus
  14. works with the epithalmus to control wake/sleep cycle
    hypothalmus
  15. contains pineal body (endocrine; melatonin- regulates day/night cycles)
    Epithalmus
  16. contains choroid plexus
    Epithalmus
  17. Conduction pathway and reglex center
    Brain Stem
  18. automatic control centers- breathing, heart rate, blood pressure, ect
    Brain Stem
  19. Mesencephalon
    aka Midbrain 
  20. cerebral peduncles
    Midbrain
  21. Superior cerebellar peduncles
    midbrain
  22. substantia Nigra
    midbrain
  23. red nuclei and reticular formation
    midbrain
  24. tegmentum
    aka red nuclei
  25. cerebral aqueducts
    midbrain
  26. corpora quadrigemina
    midbrain
  27. sensory and motor nuclei for cranial nerves
    pons
  28. nuclei that help control respiration (pneumotaxic center)
    Work in concert with medullary respiratory center to control skeletal muscles associated with breathing (inspiration is forced)
    pons
  29. middle cerebellar peduncels
    pons
  30. connects the brain (pons) with the spinal cord (foramen magnum)
    Medulla Oblongata
  31. contains relay stats and reflex centers- all info which ascends and all information which descends from the brain and spinal cod goes through the medulla oblongata
    Medulla Oblongata
  32. Cardiovascular (medullary cardiovascular center)
    Vasomotor centers (blood vessel diameterm BP
    Respiratory rythmic center
    other involuntary processes (coughing, sneezing, swallowing, vomiting, peristalsis of GI tract)
    Medulla Oblongata
  33. Decussation of pyramids
    Medulla Oblongata
  34. inferior cerebellar peduncles
    Medulla Oblongata
  35. posture, precise control of muscle movement, balance
    cerebellum

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