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Board Review Series - Fix J.D.

Fix J.D. Board Review Series - London, 1995. - 430 p.
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c. Vermis of the anterior lobe of the cerebellum
d. Vestibular nuclei of the contralateral side
e. Fastigial nuclei of the cerebellum
2. Project fibers to the:
a. Flocculonodular lobe and uvula of the cerebellum
b. Vestibular nuclei of the contralateral side
c. Inferior olivary nucleus
-receives input via the vestibulo-olivary tract.
-mediates vestibular influence to the caudal vermis of the cerebell um.
d. Abducent, trochlear, and oculomotor nuclei
-receive input via the medial longitudinal fasciculus (MLF).

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Chapter 1
Gross Anatomy of the Brain I 19

Directions: Each set of matching questions in this section consists of a list of four to twenty-
six lettered options (some of which may be in figures) followed by several numbered items. For
each numbered item, select the ONE lettered option that is most closely associated with it. To
avoid spending too much time on matching sets with large numbers of options, it is generally
advisable to begin each set by reading the list of options. Then, for each item in the set, try to
generate the correct answer and locate it in the option list, rather than evaluating each option
individually. Each lettered option may be selected once, more than once, or not at all.
Questions 13-17
Match each description below with the appropriate lettered structure shown in the Tl-
weighted magnetic resonance image (MRI) of the coronal section of the bra in.

13. Lies within the cavernous sinus
14. Lies within the sella turcica
15. Is part of the striatum
16. Is part of the limbic lobe
17. Lies within a cistern

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190 / Neuroanatomy

Vestibular area of Thalamus
cerebral cortex
Ventral post. inf. nucleus
Vestibulothalamic tracts
Oculomotor nucleus of CN II
Midbrain Trochlear nucleus of CN IV
Abducent nucleus
of CN VI of pons
Juxtarestiform body Vestibular ganglion
Vestibular nuclei Cochlea
MLF Lat. vestibulospinal (Deiters) tract

Figure 12-2. Major central connections of the vestibular system. Vestibular nuclei project via the ascending
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