Neuro Final 16

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Neuro Final 16
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2014-12-07 11:31:14
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  1. Dorsal spinocerebellar tract damage T1 left
    • Left trunk, LE
    • Unconscious proprioception from individual muscle fibers dealing with force, rate, direction, and range
  2. Inferior cerebellar peduncle left
    • Left, entire
    • Unconscious proprioception from individual muscle fibers dealing with force, rate, direction, and range
  3. Cerebellar hemisphere, left
    • Left, entire
    • Unconscious proprioception from individual muscle fibers dealing with force, rate, direction, and range
  4. Ventral spinocerebellar tract modality
    Unconscious proprioception from groups of muscle fibers within LE and trunk
  5. Ventral spinocerebellar tract receptors
    Muscle spindle and golgi tendon organs
  6. Ventral spinocerebellar tract pathway
    • Primary: receptor --> DRG --> DH (synapse) (primary receiving area laminae V- VI)
    • Second: ant. White commissure --> ventral portion contralateral lateral funiculus --> contralateral superior cerebellar peduncle --> cerebellum
  7. Where does the ventral spinocerebellar tract start?
    Laminae V- VI
  8. Ventral spinocerebellar tract damage L4 left
    • Left LE
    • Unconscious proprioception from groups of muscle fibers
  9. Ventral spinocerebellar tract damage T7 left
    • Left lower trunk, LE
    • Unconscious proprioception from groups of muscle fibers
  10. Ventral spinocerebellar tract damage T1 left
    • Left trunk, LE
    • Unconscious proprioception from groups of muscle fibers
  11. Superior cerebellar peduncle damage left
    • Left trunk, LE
    • Unconscious proprioception from groups of muscle fibers
  12. CN I
    Inferior aspect frontal nerve
  13. CN II
    Ventral aspect diencephalon
  14. CN III
    Medially at the junction as mes and metencephalon

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