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Chapter 13-Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves, and Spinal Reflexes

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Anatomically, the spinal cord is part of the _________, and the spinal nerves are part of the _________.

CNS; PNS

2

What is the term for the expanded segment of the spinal cord where nerves exit that serve the shoulder and upper limbs?

Cervical Enlargement

3

Which of the spinal meninges is the outermost, dense, collagenous layer?

Dura Mater

4

The collection of dorsal and ventral roots that continues through the vertebral canal and resembles a horse's tail is the __________.

Cauda Equina

5

Which part of the gray matter in the spinal cord contains somatic and visceral sensory nuclei?

The posterior gray horns contain somatic and visceral sensory nuclei.

6

Which is/are composed of myelinated fibers carrying information toward the brain?

ascending tracts

7

What term is given to the projections of gray matter toward the outer surface of the spinal cord?

The term horns is given to the projections of gray matter toward the outer surface of the spinal cord and includes the anterior gray horns, posterior gray horns, and lateral gray horns.

8

The connective tissue that wraps bundles of axons into fascicles is the __________.

perineurium

9

A bilateral region of skin that in innervated by a single pair of spinal nerves is a __________.

Dermatome

10

What plexus includes the phrenic nerve, a nerve that controls the diaphragm?

Cervical plexus

11

What plexus includes the ulnar nerve?

Brachial Plexus

12

In what pattern of neural processing does one neuron synapse with several neurons?

Divergence

13

In what pattern of neural processing do several neurons synapse on one neuron?

Convergence

14

What is the first step of a reflex?

the arrival of a stimulus and the activation of a receptor

15

Which type of reflex is genetically or developmentally acquired?

Innate reflexes

16

What is the term for a reflex where the sensory neuron synapses directly on the motor neuron?

Monosynaptic Reflex

17

What type of reflex is initiated by increasing the length of a muscle and will cause that muscle to contract?

Stretch Reflex

18

What reflex causes the movement of a body part away from a stimulus?

Withdrawal reflex

19

Which reflex will cause a motor response on the side opposite the stimulus?

crossed extensor reflex

20
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Label the parts of the adult spinal cord.

A. Cervical Enlargement
B. Thoracic Spinal Nerves
C. Conus Medullaris
D. Cauda Equina
E. Filum Terminale

21
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Label the parts of the sectional view of the spinal cord.

A. Dorsal Root Ganglion
B. Posterior Gray Horn
C. Lateral Gray Horn
D. Posterior Median Sulcus
E. Ventral Root
F. Anterior Median Fissure

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Label the steps in a reflex arc.

A. Arrival of stimulus and activation of receptor.
B. Response by effector.
C. Activation of sensory neuron.
D. Activation of motor neuron.
E. Information processing in the CNS.

23

Monitors external tension produced during a muscular contraction and prevents tearing or breaking of the tendon.

Tendon Reflex

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A form of withdrawal reflex in which the muscles of a limb contract to move the limb away from a source of stimulation.

Flexor Reflex

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A monosynaptic reflex that prevents excessive stretching of skeletal muscles.

Stretch Reflex

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A polysynaptic reflex in which the motor response occurs on the side opposite the stimulus.

Crossed Extensor Reflex

27

Relay information from one side of the spinal cord to the other before reaching its destination in the gray matter.

Gray commissures

28

A collection of neuron cell bodies, neuroglia and unmyelinated axons.

Gray Matter

29

CNS nucleus

A collection of neuron cell bodies with a common function and a discrete anatomical boundary.

30

Bundles of axons in the CNS that are relatively uniform with respect to diameter, myelination and conduction speed.

Tracts

31

Conducts information from peripheral receptors to processing centers in the brain.

Sensory Pathways

32

Delivering information from the CNS motor control centers to the effecter organs.

Motor Pathways

33

The filum terminale and spinal nerves in the lumbar and sacral regions are called the __________.

Cauda Equina

34

The membranes surrounding and protecting the brain and spinal cord are the __________.

Meninges

35

The space between the arachnoid and pia mater is filled with __________.

Cerebrospinal Fluid

36

The dorsal root ganglion contains the __________ of __________ neurons.

cell bodies; sensory

37
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Which labeled structure is continuous with the dura mater of the brain?

Label 1

38

In the spinal cord, the gray horns contain __________.

visceral and somatic sensory and motor nuclei

39

The most important branch of the cervical plexus is the __________ nerve, which innervates the diaphragm.

phrenic

40

The branches of the ansa cervicalis innervate the __________.

laryngeal muscles

41

The median nerve of the brachial plexus innervates the __________.

flexor muscles of the forearm

42

Susan is doing hip extension movements during an exercise class. Which plexus and which nerve(s) is she using to contract the gluteus maximus muscle?

sacral plexus and inferior gluteal nerve

43

Ryan was in a car accident and has suffered injury to the dorsal root of his C7 spinal nerve on his left side. Which structure would he likely have difficulty receiving sensations from after this injury?

his left index finger

44

Which of the nerves innervates the sphincter muscles controlling defecation and urination?

pudendal nerve

45

Which term describes the action of the neural circuit when collateral branches of axons extend back and further stimulate presynaptic neurons?

reverberation

46

The reflex that complements a withdrawal reflex, making compensatory adjustments on the side of the body opposite that which receives the stimulus, is the __________ reflex.

crossed extensor

47

Sherry runs a feather along the sole of her 10-year-old brother's foot. His toes immediately curl in response to the touch. What type of reflex has just occurred?

Plantar Reflex

48

surrounds each myelinated axon and its Schwann cells

endoneurium

49

True statements about the peripheral distribution of spinal nerves.

-The largest branch from a spinal nerve is the ventral ramus.
-White rami communicantes carry information toward the sympathetic ganglia.
-Rami communicantes are nerve branches to and from sympathetic chain ganglia near the spinal cord.

50

These nerves arrive from cervical plexus.

phrenic nerve, supraclavicular nerve, greater auricular nerve

51

Method by which reflexes can be classified.

-the site where information processing occurs
-the nature of the resulting motor response
-the complexity of the neural circuit

52

Which of the following reflexes prevent(s) you from falling when you slip in a puddle of water in your kitchen?

polysynaptic
crossed extensor
contralateral
All of the listed responses are correct. ****

53

The patellar reflex __________.

-causes a rapid increase and then decline in the muscle tone of the quadriceps
-is an example of a monosynaptic reflex and a stretch reflex
-is triggered by stretching of the quadriceps muscles

54

True/False. The cauda equina is composed of the long ventral and dorsal roots of spinal segments L2 to S5.

True. Caudal to the conus medullaris, the spinal cord is evident as long fibrous roots called the cauda equina.

55

True/False. A sensory message entering the spinal cord enters the dorsal side of the spinal cord, while the motor response exits the ventral side.

True. A sensory message entering the spinal cord enters the dorsal side of the spinal cord, while the motor response exits the ventral side.

56

There are three complex, interwoven networks of compound nerve trunks called plexuses that branch into peripheral nerves; in descending order, these are the cervical plexus, the brachial plexus, and the __________ plexus.

lumbosacral

57

The largest nerve in the body is the sciatic nerve, which arises from the __________ plexus.

sacral

58

The best-known example of a monosynaptic reflex is the __________ reflex.

stretch

59

The withdrawal of CSF from the subarachnoid space is a called a __________.

spinal tap

60

In the CNS, the tracts that link the brain with the rest of the body are composed of __________.

sensory and motor pathways

61

The dorsal root of a spinal nerve is the site for ______________ neurons, whereas the ventral root is the site of ___________ neurons.

sensory; motor

62

The cervical enlargement of the spinal cord supplies nerves to the __________.

shoulder girdle and arms

63

The area of the spinal cord that surrounds the central canal and is dominated by the cell bodies of neurons and glial cells is the __________.

gray matter

64

The posterior gray horns of the spinal cord contain __________.

somatic and visceral sensory nuclei

65

The delicate connective tissue fibers that surround individual axons of spinal nerves comprise a layer called the __________.

endoneurium

66

The trapezius muscle is innervated by nerves from which plexus?

cervical

67

The brachial plexus innervates the __________.

shoulder girdle and arm

68

Parallel processing is the "neural circuit" in which __________.

several neurons or neuronal pools process the same information at one time

69

When sensory information is relayed from one part of the brain to another, the pattern is called __________.

serial processing

70

The goal of information processing during a neural reflex is the selection of __________.

an appropriate motor response and the activation of specific motor neurons

71

Consider the steps of a reflex arc. Which step follows information processing?

activation of a motor neuron

72

The sensory receptors in the stretch reflex are the __________.

muscle spindles

73

When one set of motor neurons is stimulated, those controlling antagonistic muscles are inhibited. This statement illustrates the principle of __________.

reciprocal inhibition

74

The highest level of motor control involves a series of interactions that occur __________.

in centers in the brain that can modulate or build on reflexive motor patterns

75

The designation C3 relative to the spinal cord refers to the __________.

third cervical segment

76

April stubs her left hallux as she is walking to the kitchen at night. Which nerve and which plexus are involved in the sensation of pain sent to her brain?

fibular nerve and sacral plexus

77

Spinal nerves are classified as mixed nerves because they contain __________.

both sensory and motor fibers

78

The epidural space is an area that contains __________.

loose connective tissue, blood vessels, and adipose tissue

79

In the spinal cord, the cerebrospinal fluid is found within the __________.

central canal and subarachnoid space

80

The dura mater attaches itself at its base to the skeletal system through the __________.

coccygeal ligament

81

The axons in the white matter of the spinal cord that carry sensory information up toward the brain are organized into __________.

ascending tracts

82

In reference to the vertebral column, C2 refers to the cervical nerve that __________.

precedes vertebra C2

83

The white ramus is the branch of a spinal nerve that consists of __________.

myelinated preganglionic axons

84

Unmyelinated fibers that innervate glands and smooth muscles in the body wall or limbs form the __________.

gray ramus

85

The lumbo-sacral plexus that supplies the pelvic girdle and the leg includes the spinal nerves __________.

T12–S4

86

Pain receptors are the __________.

dendrites of sensory neurons

87

Reflexive removal of a hand from a hot stove and blinking when the eyelashes are touched are examples of __________.

innate reflexes

88

Why are the most complicated responses produced by polysynaptic responses?

The interneurons can control several different muscle groups.

89

Several neurons synapsing on a single postsynaptic neuron are __________.

convergence

90

The activity occurring in the Golgi tendon organ involves __________.

the stretching of the collagen fibers and stimulation of the sensory neuron

91

In an adult, CNS injury is suspected if there is __________.

a positive Babinski reflex

92

In the peripheral nervous system (PNS), __________.

A. neuron cell bodies are located in ganglia
B. spinal nerves connect to the spinal cord
C. cranial nerves connect to the brain
D. All of the listed responses are correct. (*)

93

Inferior to the lumbar enlargement; a region where the spinal cord becomes tapered and conical.

Conus Medullaris

94

___ matter is the region of integration and command initiation, and ___ matter carries information from place to place.

Gray; white

95

____, located only in the thoracic and lumbar segments, contain visceral motor nuclei.

Lateral gray horns

96

The _____ posterior to and anterior to the central canal contain axons that cross from one side of the cord to the other before they reach an area in the gray matter.

Gray Commissures

97

Functional groups of interconnected neurons are called _______.

Neuronal Pools


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