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Aphasia results from damage to what area of the brain?
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Broca's speech area in the frontal lobe
Uncontrollable emotions can be caused by a tumor or stroke affecting the _______.
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limbic system
Appetite is regulated by the _______. It is influenced by smell, emotional state and disease states.
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Hypothalamus and other centers in the brain
A lack of desire to eat despite physiologic stimuli that would normally produce hunger...
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anorexia
Nausea is an unpleasant sensation resulting from stimulation of the _______.
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medullary vomiting center
_______ collect temp. info and it is then processed by the _______. It then goes to the _______.
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Peripheral and central thermoreceptors; hypothalamus; cerebral cortex
What is controlled by the occipital lobe?
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Visual association and information.
Which part of the brain? Left side sensory impairment...
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Right parietal
Which lobe is Wernicke's area located in?
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The parietal lobe.
Broca's area governs speech _______ and Wernicke's area governs _______ speech.
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Broca's = speech muscles; expressive aphasia; cannot form words; Wernicke's = sensory speech; receptive aphasia; nonsense words
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Which part of the brain? Right homonymous hemianopsia.
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Left occipital lobe
When vomiting, the Para-sympathetic nervous system mediates _______, _______, and _______.
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copious salivation; increased gastric motility; relaxation of upper and lower esophageal sphincters
Which part of the brain? Receptive and expressive aphasia...
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Left temporal
Brain and spinal cord = Cranial and spinal nerves =
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Brain and spinal cord = CNS; Cranial and spinal nerves = PNS (peripheral)
Where is the Hippocampus located (what lobe)?
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The temporal lobe.
Anterolateral tract refers to a combo of the anterior spinothalamic and lateral spinothalamic tracts meaning it signals...
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Vague touch (anterior); Pain and temp (lateral)
Which part of the brain? Left hemiparesis
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Right frontal
Vomiting can be triggered by chemoreceptors in the _______.
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medulla
Damage to the temporal lobe results in...
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hearing decrease, memory loss, decreased smell.
Damage to the parietal lobe results in...
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decreased sensory interpretation, decreased sense of taste, receptive aphasia or dysphasia (decreased reception and interpretation of speech)
What is controlled by the temporal lobe?
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Hearing, memory (hippocampus), and smell.
  
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