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Neurology entrance

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Entrance test (neuroanatomy & neurophysiology)

Question Answer
braincererum, cerebellum, brainstem
cerebrumtelencephalon, diencepalon
brainstemmidbrain, pons, medulla oblongata
cavernous sinusCN III, IV, V1, V2, VI, ICA, postganglionic sympathetic fibers
cerebellopontine angleCN VII, VIII, flocculus of cerebelum, lateral recess of 4th ventricle, AICA
superior orbital fissureCN III, IV, V1, VI
jugular foramenCN IX, X, XI
striatumcaudate nucleus, putamen
white mattercerebral commisures, internal capsule
cerebellar nucleidentate, emboliform, globose, fastigi
pons nervesCN V, VI, VII, VII
medulla oblongata nervesCN IX, X, XI, XII
ascending spinal tractdorsal column medial lemniscus pathway, posterior/anterior spinocerebellar tract, anterior/lateral spinothalamic tracts
DCMLP tractsGracile fasciculus and cuneate faciculus
descending spinal tractslateral/anterior corticospinal tracts, rubrospinal, vestibulospinal, olivospinal, reticulospinal
1st order neurontransmits signal from receptors to spinal cord/brainstem (only from face)
2nd order neurontransmits signal from brainstem/spinal cord to thalamus
3rd order neurontransmits signal from thalamus to primary sensory area
1st order neuron localisationdorsal root ganglion
3rd order neuron localisationthalamus
ACA suppliesmidline portions of the frontal lobes and superior medial parietal lobes
MCA suppliesanterior temporal lobes and the insular cortices
PCA suppliesoccipital lobe
ventral horn functionmotor
dorsal horn functionsensory
meningeal spacessubarachnoid, epidural, subdural
CN with parasympathetic fibersCN III, VII, IX, X
Broca's areainferior frontal gyrus
primary motor cortexprecentral gyrus
Wernicke's areasuperior temporal gyrus
gustatory cortexinsular lobe
primary auditory cortexsuperior temporal gyrus
primary somatosensory cortexpostcentral gyrus
olfactory cortexhippocampus
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