Neuroanatomy Quiz

1. Brodmann areas 3, 1 and 2 correspond to which of the following areas of the cerebral cortex?

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2. An 18 year old presents to the emergency department with a laceration to his scalp, the wound is bleeding profusely, which layer of the scalp causes scalp wounds to gape?

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3. The pons develops from which of the following brain vesicles?

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4. Lesions of all cranial nerve nuclei cause ipsilateral damage except which cranial nerve?

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5. The spinal dural sac (thecal sac) terminates at which level?

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6. Which of the following is NOT a valid pathway for preganglionic sympathetic fibres?

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7. The facial colliculus is a small swelling seen in the floor of the 4th ventricle. It is caused by the axons of the facial nucleus curving around the back of which nucleus?

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8. The key function of microglial cells is?

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9. The striatum consists of which nuclei?

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10. Failure of the entire dorsal surface of the neural tube is termed?

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