Test 23 ( general physiology )
1. The following signs occur in ipsilateral interruption of the cervical sympathetic trunk:
a. pupillary dilatation

b. enophthalmos

c. ptosis

d. vasodilatation in the skin of the face

e. decreased lacrimation

2. The hypothalamus contains cells which are sensitive to:

a. PO2

b. arterial blood pressure

c. [H+]

d. TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone) concentration

e. plasma volume

3. The axons of the Purkinje cells in the cerebellar cortex:

a. terminate in excitatory synapses

b. terminate in cerebellar nuclei

c. terminate in the spinal cord.

d. form the main efferent pathway from the cerebellar cortex

e. influence contralateral movements.

4. The joint position sense of the right leg is impaired in damage of:

a. the superior colliculi

b. the cerebellum

c. the thalamus of the right

d. the post-central gyrus of the left cerebral hemisphere

e. the right dorsal column in the thoracic region.

5. The lateral spinothalamic tract:

a. carries fibres which terminate in the thalamus

b. contains mainly the second-order neurones. 

c. carries fibres that carry information on temperature and pain

d. contains nerve fibres from receptors on the ipsilateral side of the body

e. half of the fibres terminate in the cerebellum.

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