Ed red.com/0/student.php?sz-f99504358w-49048,3499409,0 Critical thinking question 20.8 (p.473) A patient with a brain infection can be diagnosed by culturing cerebrospinal fluid.

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Ed red.com/0/student.php?sz-f99504358w-49048,3499409,0 Critical thinking question 20.8 (p.473) A patient with a brain infection can be diagnosed by culturing cerebrospinal fluid.

Ed red.com/0/student.php?sz-f99504358w-49048,3499409,0 Critical thinking question 20.8 (p.473) A patient with a brain infection can be diagnosed by culturing cerebrospinal fluid. The greatest concentration of the discase-causing organism can be drawn from the fluid as soon as it leaves the brain at the level of the third or fourth vertebra. Why would this be an unwise place to take the sample? Where would a better location be? Explain your answer D9of 13 tps//loginjupitered.com/0/student.php?sz-1e3227128w-49048,3499409,0 The two functional divisions of the peripheral nervous system are the: afferent and efferent divisions autonomic and efferent divisions somatic and afferent divisions afferent and sensory divisions p 2 of 24 pitered.com/0/student.php?sze1e3227128w-49048,3499409,0 The autonomic nervous system is a subdivision of the nervous system which regulates: involuntary effectors by way of efferent signals voluntary effectors by way of afferent signals voluntary effectors by way of efferent signals involuntary effectors by way of afferent signals ginjupitered.com/0/student.php?sz-1e3227128w 49048,3499409,0 Because the division of the autonomic nervous system prepares us for physical activity by ncreasing our heart rate and blood pressure, and by dilating the passageway of the respiratory system, it is often called the “fight or flight” nervous system. somatic sympathetic peripheral parasympathetic 4 of 24 a B https//loginjupitered.com/0/student.php?sz-1e3227128w- 49048,3499409,0 The axon terminals of autonomic neurons release either acetylecholine or serotonin acetylcholine or norepinephrine serotonin or dopamine serotonin or norepinephrine p 5 of 24 to search X Moginjupitered.com/0/student.php?sz=1e3227f28w-49048,3499409,0 The 12 pairs of cranial nerves emerge mainly from the inferior surface of the: spinal cord brainstem cerebrum cerebellum p 6 of 24 jupitered.com/0/student.php?sz-1e3227f28w-49048,3499409,0 How do you think our bodies would respond to stimuli if we had no reflexes? Can you foresee any problems? p. 7 of 24 itered.com/0/student.php?sz 1e3227128w-49048,3499409,0 What physiological changes would you expect to observe in someone who is about to take their anatomy final exam and is quite anxious about it? Bo24 Review question 21.2 (p.496) Define mixed nerves. p 9of 24 ered.com/0/student.php?sz-1e3227128w-49048,3499409,0 Review question 21.6 (p.496) Which cranial nerves transmit impulses that result in vision? In eye movement? P 10 of 24 e pitered.com/0/student.php?sz-1e3227128ow-49048,3499409,0 Review question 21.7 (p.496) Which cranial nerves transmit impulses that result in hearing? In taste sensations? P 11 of 24 e pitered.com/0/student.php?sz=1e3227f28w-49048,3499409,0 Case study 21.1 (p.494) being tested? In one of the tests, Tomasina was asked to stick out her tongue. Which cranial nerve was Glossopharyngeal Hypoglossal Vagus Trigeminal Case study 21 scenario (p.494) close, she didn’t think she only two blocks away. Tomasina was in such a hurry, and it was so The store was really needed to rummage through the garage for her bike helmet. She jumped on her bike and peddled quickly toward the store. From out of nowhere, a car sped by- too close to the side of the road — and clipped Tomasina with the side mirror, knocking her to the ground, banging her head sharply on the curb. When she regained consciousness, Tomasina was in the hospital. She was told some tests would be conducted to see whether her cranial nerves had been affected by the head injury 5/login.jupitered.com/0/student.php?sz-1e3227128w=49048,3499409,0 Case study 21.2 (p.494) In a second test, Tomasina’s hearing was evaluated. What cranial nerve is involved in the sense of hearing? Accessory Vagus Vestibulocochlear Trochlear Case study 21 scenario (p.494) The store was only two blocks away. Tomasina was in such a hurry, and it was so close, she didn’t think she really needed to rummage through the garage for her bike helmet. She jumped on her bike and peddled quickly a car sped by- too close to the side of the road — and clipped Tomasina on the curb. When she regained toward the store. From out of nowhere, with the side mirror, knocking her to the ground, banging her head sharply consciousness, Tomasina was in the hospital. She was told some tests would be conducted to see whether her cranial nerves had been affected by the head injury P 14 of 24 ogin.jupitered.com/0/student.php?sz=le3227f28w-49048,3499409,0 Case study 21.3 (p.494) on command. Which of the having difficulty focusing her eyes and following the doctor’s finger Tomasina was following cranial nerves does not control eye movement? Optic Oculomotor Trochlear Abducens Case study 21 scenario (p.494) close, she didn’t think she two blocks away. Tomasina was in such a hurry, and it was so only The store was really needed to rummage through the garage for her bike helmet. She jumped on her bike and peddled quickly sped by – too close to the side of the road — and clipped Tomasina on the curb. When she regained toward the store. From out of nowhere, a car with the side mirror, knocking her to the ground, banging her head sharply consciousness, Tomasina was in the hospital. She was told some tests would be conducted to see whether her cranial nerves had been affected by the head injury. p. 15 of 24 upitered.com/0/student.php?sz=le3227128w=49048,3499409,0 Case study 21.4 (p.494) The nurse touched a series of swabs with different tastes to the front portion of Tomasina’s tongue — sugar, salt, lemon juice, and dissolved aspirin. Which cranial nerve was the nurse testing? Glossopharyngeal Olfactory Trigeminal Facial Case study 21 scenario (p.494) only two blocks away. Tomasina was in such a hurry, and it was so close, she didn’t think she really needed to rummage through the garage for her bike helmet. She jumped on her bike and peddled quickly sped by – too close to the side of the road — and clipped Tomasina with the side mirror, knocking her to the ground, banging her head sharply on the curb. When she regained tests would be conducted to see whether her The store was toward the store. From out of nowhere, a car consciousness, Tomasina was in the hospital. She was told some cranial nerves had been affected by the head injury 16 of 24 p Case study 21.5 (p.494) When Tomasina was later discharged from the hospital, her form may have stated which of these conditions? CVA TIA TBI VZV Case study 21 scenario (p.494) only two blocks away. Tomasina was in such a hurry, and it was so close, she didn’t think she on her bike and peddled quickly The store was really needed to rummage through the garage for her bike helmet. She jumped toward the store. From out of nowhere, a car sped by – too close to the side of the road — and clipped Tomasina with the side mirror, knocking her to the ground, banging her head sharply on the curb. When she regained C consciousness, Tomasina was in the hospital. She was told some tests would be conducted to see whether her cranial nerves had been affected by the head injury. ogin.jupitered.com/0/student.php?sz=1e3227f28w-49048,3499409,0 Case study 22.1 (p.511) Which statement is true, given the circumstance in which Tim found himself? 1 The racing heart resulted from a day of intense exercise, including climbing the bluff Increased heart rate is abnormal, given that Tim was well rested Tim experienced a normal reaction to a threat Tim is hallucinating because there are no mountain lions in the Ozarks. Tim experienced the rest-and-repair response. Case study 22 scenario (p.511) hiking in the Ozark Mountains when he decided to take some time to rest at the top of a bluff with a Tim was beautiful view of the river below. Soon he was dozing. After waking from a restful nap, he saw a mountain lion less than a hundred feet from him! The lion was not looking in his direction. In fact, it took no interest in Tim and simply walked away into the thick forest atop the bluff. Despite this restful nap, Tim noticed that his heart racing! was now p. 19 of 24 Case study 22.2 (p.511) What triggered Tim’s reaction when he saw the mountain lion? Sympathetic stimulation of the heart Parasympathetic stimulation of the heart Somatic motor stimulation of the heart Both sympathetic and parasympathetic stimulation of the heart Case study 22 scenario (p.511) hiking in the Ozark Mountains when he decided to take some time to rest at the top of a bluff with a Tim was beautiful view of the river below. Soon he was dozing. After waking froma restful nap, he saw a mountain lion less than a hundred feet from him! The lion was not looking in his direction. In fact, it took no interest in Tim and simply walked away into the thick forest atop the bluff. Despite this restful nap, Tim noticed that his heart racing! was now Aoginjupitered.com/0/student.php?sz=1e3227f28w-49048,3499409,0 Case study 22.3 (p.511) What other effect(s) did Tim likely experience besides a rapid heart rate? (choose all that apply) 2 Increased rate of breathing Sweating Slower pulse Twitching of the ears Increased digestive activity Case study 22 scenario (p.511) hiking in the Ozark Mountains when he decided to take some time to rest at the top of a bluff with a dozing. After waking from a restful nap, he saw a mountain lion less than a hundred feet from him! The lion was not looking in his direction. In fact, it took no interest in Tim and simply walked away into the thick forest atop the bluff. Despite this restful nap, Tim noticed that his heart Tim was beautiful view of the river below. Soon he was was now racing! p 21 of 24 h ps://loginjupitered.com/0/student.php?sz=1e3227f28w=49048,3499409,8 Case study 22.4 (p.511) Which neurotransmitter produced the effects Tim experienced? Serotonin Dopamine Acetylcholine Norepinephrine Case study 22 scenario (p.511) Tim was hiking in the Ozark Mountains when he decided to take some time to rest at the top of a bluff with a beautiful view of the river below. Soon he was dozing. After waking from a restful nap, he saw a mountain lion less than a hundred feet from him! The lion was not looking in his direction. In fact, it took no interest and simply walked away into the thick forest atop the bluff. Despite this restful nap, Tim noticed that his heart in Tim w racing! was nov p. 22 of 24 upitered.com/0/student.php?sz-1e3227f28w-49048,3499409,0 Case study 22.5 (p.511) Which type of organ primed for maximum efficiency by Tim’s reactions? was Synovial joints Skeletal muscles Smooth muscles Kidneys Digestive organs Case study 22 scenario (p.511) hiking in the Ozark Mountains when he decided to take some time to rest at the top of a bluff with a Tim was dozing. After waking from a restful nap, he saw a mountain lion beautiful view of the river below. Soon he was less than a hundred feet from him! The lion was not looking in his direction. In fact, it took no interest in Tim and simply walked away into the thick forest atop the bluff. Despite this restful nap, Tim noticed that his he art racing! was now jupitered.com/0/student.php?sz-1e3227128w-49048,3499409,0 Case study 22.6 (p.511) Which type of effects did Tim’s body experience? Adrenergic Dopaminergic Cholinergic Anaphylactic Case study 22 scenario (p.511) hiking in the Ozark Mountains when he decided to take some time to rest at the top of a bluff with a Tim was beautiful view of the river below. Soon he was dozing. After waking from a restful nap, he saw a mountain lion less than a hundred feet from him! The lion was not looking in his direction. In fact, it took no interest in Tim 2 and simply walked away into the thick forest atop the bluff. Despite this restful nap, Tim noticed that his heart racing! was now

 

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