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Kinesiology & Health Science
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KINE 2031
Neil Smith

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Final  exam  problem  set  1     1.  Which  of  the  following  statements  is  correct?   a) The  central  nervous  system  includes  posterior  rami   b) The  afferent  division  of  the  peripheral  nervous  system  is  responsible  for   transmitting  information  from  receptors  to  the  central  nervous  system   c) The  peripheral  nervous  system  interneurons   d) None  of  the  above  are  correct     2.  Which  of  the  following  statements  are  incorrect?   a) Ependymal  cells  line  the  ventricles  of  the  brain  and  contribute  to  the   formation  of  cerebral  spinal  fluid   b) Astrocytes  are  positioned  between  a  capillary  and  a  neuron   c) Satellite  cells  surround  cell  bodies  within  ganglia   d) All  of  the  above  are  correct     3.  Which  of  the  following  statements  is  incorrect?   a) The  lateral  sulcus  runs  superior  to  the  temporal  lobe   b) The  insula  lobe  is  inferior  to  the  temporal  lobe   c) The  pre-­‐central  gyrus  is  involved  in  motor  function   d) The  parietal  lobe  is  superior  to  the  temporal  lobe     4.  Which  of  the  following  is  true  of  deeper  gray  matter?   a) It  includes  the  cortex,  thalamus,  hypothalamus  and  basal  ganglia   b) The  hypothalamus  controls  the  endocrine  system   c) The  thalamus  relays  sensory  information  to  the  cerebral  cortex   d) Both  b)  and  c)  are  true   e) All  of  the  above  are  true     5.  The  midbrain:   a) Includes  the  thalamus   b) Includes  the  superior  and  middle  cerebellar  peduncles   c) Includes  the  auditory  reflex  centre   d) Both  b)  and  c)  are  correct     6.  Which  of  the  following  statements  about  the  venous  sinuses  is  not  true?   a) The  superior  sagittal  sinus  drains  directly  into  the  straight  sinus   b) The  inferior  sagittal  sinus  drains  directly  into  the  straight  sinus   c) The  inferior  sagittal  sinus  is  located  within  the  falx  cerebri   d) The  occipital  sinus  is  located  within  the  falx  cerebelli               7.  Which  of  the  following  statements  is  not  true?   a) The  lateral  ventricles  are  located  in  the  cerebrum   b) The  interventricular  foramina  connects  the  lateral  ventricles  to  the  third   ventricle   c) The  lateral  ventricles  are  superior  to  the  thalamus   d) The  third  ventricle  is  inferior  to  the  thalamus     8.  Which  of  the  following  statements  is  true?   a) Cerebrospinal  fluid  is  only  made  in  the  lateral  ventricles   b) Cerebrospinal  fluid  travels  through  the  cerebral  aqueduct  after  leaving  the   fourth  ventricle   c) The  central  canal  continues  all  the  way  down  the  spinal  cord   d) Cerebrospinal  fluid  can  exit  the  ventricles  at  any  point  to  enter  the   subarachnoid  space     9.  The  spinal  cord:   a) Ends  at  the  level  of  the  second  sacral  vertebrae   b) Is  covered  by  the  same  three  meningeal  layers  as  the  brain   c) Contains  a  central  canal,  which  is  continuous  from  the  fourth  ventricle   d) Both  b)  and  c)  are  correct   e) All  of  the  above  are  correct     10.  The  circulatory  system:   a) Is  responsible  for  transporting  oxygen  and  nutrients  to  cells   b) Removes  carbon  dioxide  from  cells   c) Transports  hormones  and  ingested  drugs  to  cells   d) Both  a)  and  b)  are  true   e) All  of  
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