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The primary vesicles are:

+prosencephalon, mesencephalon, rhombencephalon

-telencephalon, diencephalon, mesencephalon, metencephalon, myelencephalon

-prosencephalon, diencephalon, metencephalon

-telencephalon, mesencephalon, rhombencephalon

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The secondary cerebral vesicles are:

+telencephalon, diencephalon, mesencephalon, metencephalon, myelencephalon

-prosencephalon, diencephalon, metencephalon

-telencephalon, mesencephalon, rhombencephalon

-prosencephalon, mesencephalon, rhombencephalon

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Prosencephalon is divided into:

+telencephalon and diencephalon

-metencephalon and myelencephalon

-diencephalon and metencephalon

-telencephalon and mesencephalon

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Rhombencephalon is divided into:

+metencephalon and myelencephalon

-diencephalon and metencephalon

-telencephalon and mesencephalon

-prosencephalon and mesencephalon

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Mesencephalon is divided into:

+does not divided

-diencephalon and metencephalon

-telencephalon and myelencephalon

-metencephalon and myelencephalon

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What divisions of the brain originate from the forebrain?

+telencephalon and diencephalon

-mesencephalon

-pons and cerebellum

-medulla oblongata

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What divisions of the brain originate from the middle primary vesicle?

+mesencephalon

-mesencephalon and medulla oblongata

-pons and cerebellum

-telencephalon and diencephalon

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What divisions of the brain originate from the hindbrain?

+pons, cerebellum and medulla oblongata

-mesencephalon and medulla oblongata

-diencephalon and medulla oblongata

-telencephalon and diencephalon

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What divisions of the brain originate from the metencephalon?

+pons and cerebellum

-mesencephalon and medulla oblongata

-diencephalon and medulla oblongata

-telencephalon and diencephalon

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What divisions of the brain originate from the myelencephalon?

+medulla oblongata

-mesencephalon and medulla oblongata

-telencephalon and diencephalon

-pons and cerebellum

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The brain consists of following principal part:

+cerebral hemispheres, cerebellum, brainstem

-mesencephalon and medulla oblongata

-telencephalon and diencephalon

-cerebral hemispheres, cerebellum, pons

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The brainstem consists of:

+diencephalon, mesencephalon, pons and medulla oblongata

-mesencephalon and cerebellum

-telencephalon and diencephalon

-cerebral hemispheres and cerebellum

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The newest part of the brain is represented with:

+cerebral hemispheres

-brainstem

-diencephalon

-cerebellum

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The oldest part of the brain is:

+brainstem

-diencephalon

-cerebellum

-cerebral hemispheres

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The longitudinal cerebral fissure separates:

+cerebral hemispheres

-mesencephalon and cerebellum

-telencephalon and diencephalon

-cerebral hemispheres and cerebellum

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The transverse cerebral fissure separates:

+cerebral hemispheres and cerebellum

-mesencephalon and cerebellum

-telencephalon and diencephalon

-cerebral hemispheres

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The I pair of cranial nerve is:

+olfactory nerve

-optic nerve

-trigeminal nerve

-accessory nerve

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How many are cranial nerves?

+12

-31

-10

-7

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The II pair of cranial nerve is:

+optic nerve

-olfactory nerve

-trigeminal nerve

-accessory nerve

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The III pair of cranial nerve is:

+oculomotor nerve

-optic nerve

-trigeminal nerve

-accessory nerve

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The IV pair of cranial nerve is:

+trochlear nerve

-optic nerve

-trigeminal nerve

-accessory nerve

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The V pair of cranial nerve is:

+trigeminal nerve

-optic nerve

-facial nerve

-accessory nerve

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The VI pair of cranial nerve is:

+abducent nerve

-optic nerve

-facial nerve

-accessory nerve

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The VII pair of cranial nerve is:

+facial nerve

-optic nerve

-abducent nerve

-accessory nerve

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The VIII pair of cranial nerve is:

+vestibulocochlear nerve

-optic nerve

-facial nerve

-vagus nerve

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The IX pair of cranial nerve is:

+glossopharyngeal nerve

-vestibulocochlear nerve

-facial nerve

-vagus nerve

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The X pair of cranial nerve is:

+vagus nerve

-glossopharyngeal nerve

-vestibulocochlear nerve

-facial nerve

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The XI pair of cranial nerve is:

+accessory nerve

-glossopharyngeal nerve

-vestibulocochlear nerve

-facial nerve

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The XII pair of cranial nerve is:

+hypoglossal nerve

-glossopharyngeal nerve

-vestibulocochlear nerve

-facial nerve

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What structure is component of I cranial nerve?

+olfactory tract

-optic chiasm

-tuber cinereum

-posterior perforated substance

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What structure is component of II cranial nerve?

+optic chiasm

-olfactory tract

-tuber cinereum

-anterior perforated substance

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Where does the oculomotor nerve arise on inferior surface of the brain?

+from medial surface of the cerebral peduncle

-from lateral surface of the cerebral peduncle

-between pons and middle cerebellar peduncle

-between pons and medulla oblongata

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Where does the trochlear nerve arise on inferior surface of the brain?

+from lateral surface of the cerebral peduncle

-from medial surface of the cerebral peduncle

-between pons and middle cerebellar peduncle

-between pons and medulla oblongata

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Where does the trigeminal nerve arise on inferior surface of the brain?

+between pons and middle cerebellar peduncle

-from medial surface of the cerebral peduncle

-from lateral surface of the cerebral peduncle

-between posterior border of the pons and pyramids of medulla oblongata

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Where does the abducent nerve arise on inferior surface of the brain?

+between posterior border of the pons and pyramids of medulla oblongata

-from medial surface of the cerebral peduncle

-from lateral surface of the cerebral peduncle

-between pons and middle cerebellar peduncle

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Where does the facial nerve arise on inferior surface of the brain?

+between posterior border of the pons and olive of medulla oblongata

-from lateral surface of the cerebral peduncle

-between pons and middle cerebellar peduncle

-between posterior border of the pons and pyramids of medulla oblongata

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Where does the vestibulocochlear nerve arise on inferior surface of the brain?

+between posterior border of the pons and olive of medulla oblongata

-from lateral surface of the cerebral peduncle

-between pons and middle cerebellar peduncle

-between posterior border of the pons and pyramids of medulla oblongata

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Where does the glossopharyngeal nerve arise on inferior surface of the brain?

+from posterolateral sulcus of medulla oblongata

-from anterolateral sulcus of medulla oblongata

-between posterior border of the pons and pyramids of medulla oblongata

-between posterior border of the pons and olive of medulla oblongata

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Where does the vagus nerve arise on inferior surface of the brain?

+from posterolateral sulcus of medulla oblongata

-from anterolateral sulcus of medulla oblongata

-between posterior border of the pons and pyramids of medulla oblongata

-between posterior border of the pons and olive of medulla oblongata

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Where does the accessory nerve arise on inferior surface of the brain?

+from posterolateral sulcus of medulla oblongata

-from anterolateral sulcus of medulla oblongata

-between posterior border of the pons and pyramids of medulla oblongata

-between posterior border of the pons and olive of medulla oblongata

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Where does the hypoglossal nerve arise on inferior surface of the brain?

+from anterolateral sulcus of medulla oblongata

-from posterolateral sulcus of medulla oblongata

-between posterior border of the pons and pyramids of medulla oblongata

-between pons and middle cerebellar peduncle

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The olfactory nerve is:

+I pair of cranial nerve

-II pair of cranial nerve

-IV pair of cranial nerve

-VI pair of cranial nerve

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The optic nerve is:

+II pair of cranial nerve

-I pair of cranial nerve

-V pair of cranial nerve

-IV pair of cranial nerve

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The oculomotor nerve is:

+III pair of cranial nerve

-II pair of cranial nerve

-VI pair of cranial nerve

-IV pair of cranial nerve

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The trochlear nerve is:

+IV pair of cranial nerve

-VI pair of cranial nerve

-III pair of cranial nerve

-V pair of cranial nerve

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The trigeminal nerve is:

+V pair of cranial nerve

-II pair of cranial nerve

-VII pair of cranial nerve

-VI pair of cranial nerve

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The abducent nerve is:

+VI pair of cranial nerve

-II pair of cranial nerve

-III pair of cranial nerve

-V pair of cranial nerve

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The facial nerve is:

+VII pair of cranial nerve

-VIII pair of cranial nerve

-V pair of cranial nerve

-IV pair of cranial nerve

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The vestibulocochlear nerve is:

+VIII pair of cranial nerve

-IX pair of cranial nerve

-XI pair of cranial nerve

-VII pair of cranial nerve

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The glossopharyngeal nerve is:

+IX pair of cranial nerve

-X pair of cranial nerve

-XI pair of cranial nerve

-VII pair of cranial nerve

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The vagus nerve is:

+X pair of cranial nerve

-XI pair of cranial nerve

-V pair of cranial nerve

-VIII pair of cranial nerve

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The accessory nerve is:

+XI pair of cranial nerve

-XII pair of cranial nerve

-IX pair of cranial nerve

-VII pair of cranial nerve

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The hypoglossal nerve is:

+XII pair of cranial nerve

-IX pair of cranial nerve

-XI pair of cranial nerve

-IV pair of cranial nerve

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On inferior surface of the brain from medial side of cerebral peduncle arise roots of:

+III pair of cranial nerve

-IV pair of cranial nerve

-V pair of cranial nerve

-XI pair of cranial nerve

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On inferior surface of the brain from lateral side of cerebral peduncle arise roots of:

+IV pair of cranial nerve

-III pair of cranial nerve

-V pair of cranial nerve

-VI pair of cranial nerve

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On inferior surface of the brain between pons and middle cerebellar peduncle arise roots of:

+V pair of cranial nerve

-IV pair of cranial nerve

-VI pair of cranial nerve

-VII pair of cranial nerve

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On inferior surface of the brain between posterior surface of the pons and pyramids of medulla oblongata arise roots of:

+VI pair of cranial nerve

-IV pair of cranial nerve

-VII pair of cranial nerve

-V pair of cranial nerve

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The borders of the interpeduncular fossa are:

+cerebral peduncles

-superior cerebellar peduncles

-inferior cerebellar peduncles

-middle cerebellar peduncles

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The floor of the interpeduncular fossa features:

+posterior perforated substance

-anterior perforated substance

-olfactory trigone

-optic chiasm

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The inferior narrowed portion of the tuber cinereum is:

+infundibulum

-mammillary body

-olfactory bulb

-corpus callosum

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The middle portion of corpus callosum is:

+trunk

-splenium

-rostrum

-lamina terminalis

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The anterior portion of corpus callosum is:

+genu

-trunk

-splenium

-body

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The posterior portion of corpus callosum is:

+splenium

-trunk

-rostrum

-genu

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The fornix consists of:

+crus, body and column

-body, trunk and genu

-crus, body and rostrum

-column, body and splenium

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The cavity of the rhombencephalon is:

+IV ventricle

-I ventricle

-III ventricle

-II ventricle

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The rhombencephalon comprises:

+medulla oblongata and metencephalon

-medulla oblongata and mesencephalon

-pons and mesencephalon

-cerebellum and telencephalon

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The IV ventricle is cavity of:

+medulla oblongata and metencephalon

-mesencephalon

-diencephalon

-cerebral hemisphere

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The boundary between medulla oblongata and spinal cord is:

+the first pair of spinal nerve or foramen magnum

-medullary stria of IV ventricle

-medullopontine sulcus

-the roots of XII pair of cranial nerve

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The boundary between medulla oblongata and pons ventrally is:

+medullopontine sulcus

-medullary stria of IV ventricle

-the roots of XII pair of cranial nerve

-the first pair of spinal nerve or foramen magnum

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The medulla oblongata has following surfaces:

+ventral, dorsal and lateral

-superior and inferior

-medial and lateral

-anterior, posterior and inferior

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The features of the ventral surface of medulla oblongata are like the following:

+anterior median fissure, pyramids and decussation of pyramids

-oliva, anterolateral and posterolateral sulci

-posterior median sulcus, gracile and cuneate tubercles

-pyramids, oliva, anterolateral and posterolateral sulci

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The lateral surface of medulla oblongata comprises the following:

+oliva, anterolateral and posterolateral sulci

-posterior median sulcus, gracile and cuneate tubercles

-pyramids, oliva, anterolateral and posterolateral sulci

-anterior median fissure, pyramids and decussation of pyramids

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The dorsal surface of medulla oblongata features the following:

+posterior median sulcus, gracile fascicle and cuneate fascicle

-pyramids, oliva, anterolateral and posterolateral sulci

-anterior median fissure, pyramids and decussation of pyramids

-oliva, anterolateral and posterolateral sulci

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The nuclei of medulla oblongata are:

+gracile and cuneate nuclei, inferior olivary nucleus, nuclei of IX-XII cranial nerves

-superior olivary nucleus, nuclei of V-VIII cranial nerves, red nucleus

-dentate, emboliform and globose nuclei

-red nucleus, nuclei of V-VIII cranial nerves, superior and inferior olivary nuclei

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The function of inferior olivary nucleus is:

+controls body equilibrium

-controls voluntary and involuntary movement

-are center of extrapyramidal system

-transmits impulses of proprioceptive sensitivity

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The medial lemniscus is bundle of the neurofibers that arises from:

+gracile and cuneate nuclei

-inferior olivary nucleus

-superior olivary nucleus

-emboliform and globose nuclei

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The medial lemniscus transmits the impulses of:

+proprioceptive and partly tactile sensitivity

-pain and temperature sensitivity

-voluntary movement

-voluntary and involuntary movement

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The sensory decussation of medulla oblongata is formed with:

+fibers of medial lemniscus

-fibers of cortico-spinal tract

-fibers of lateral lemniscus

-fibers of trapezoid body

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The motor decussation of medulla oblongata is formed with:

+fibers of cortico-spinal tract

-fibers of medial lemniscus

-fibers of lateral lemniscus

-fibers of trapezoid body

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The metencephalon comprises:

+the pons and cerebellum

-medulla oblongata and pons

-medulla oblongata and cerebellum

-medulla oblongata, pons and cerebellum

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The pons has following surfaces:

+ventral and dorsal

-superior and inferior

-medial and lateral

-anterior, superior and inferior

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The dorsal surface of pons features the following:

+medullary stria of IV ventricle

-pyramids and oliva

-middle cerebellar peduncle

-medullopontine and basilar sulci

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The ventral surface of pons features the following:

+medullopontine and basilar sulci

-medullary stria of IV ventricle

-pyramids and oliva

-gracile and cuniate fascicles

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What structure delimits pons the basilar part and tegmentum?

+trapezoid body

-medullary stria of IV ventricle

-middle cerebellar peduncle

-basilar sulcus

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The fibers of trapezoid body belong to:

+auditory pathways

-to proprioceptive sensitivity pathways

-to pyramidal pathways

-to pain and temperature sensitivity pathways

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The trapezoid body delimits pons:

+basilar part and tegmentum of pons

-lateral and medial parts

-pyramids and oliva

-tectum and tegmentum of pons

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The ventral part of pons comprises following nuclei:

+pontine nuclei

-nuclei of V-VIII cranial nerve

-superior olivary nucleus

-inferior olivary nucleus

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The dorsal part of pons comprises following nuclei:

+nuclei of V-VIII cranial nerve, superior olivary nucleus

-nuclei of IX-XII cranial nerve, superior olivary nucleus

-superior olivary nucleus and inferior olivary nucleus

-pontine nuclei

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The ventral (basilar) part of pons contains following fibers:

+pontocerebellar, corticopontine and pyramidal fibers

-medial and trigeminal lemniscus, rubrospinal and tectospinal tracts

-cortico-spinal and cortici-nuclear tracts, medial lemniscus

-pyramidal fibers and medial lemniscus

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The cerebellum has following surfaces:

+superior (dorsal) and inferior (ventral)

-superior, inferior, anterior and posterior

-medial and lateral

-anterior, posterior and lateral

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The cerebellum has following borders:

+anterior and posterior

-superior and inferior

-medial and lateral

-two laterals

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The cerebellum comprises following part:

+two hemispheres and vermis

-floculonodular lobe, anterior and posterior parts

-cortex cerebellar cortex and arbor vitae

-two hemispheres and cerebellar peduncle

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What is oldest part (archicerebellum) of cerebellum?

+flocculonodular lobe

-hemispheres of cerebellum

-vermis

-vallecula of cerebellum

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What is old part (paleocerebellum) of cerebellum?

+vermis

-hemispheres of cerebellum

-vallecula of cerebellum

-flocculonodular lobe

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What is new part (neocerebellum) of cerebellum?

+hemispheres of cerebellum

-vermis

-vallecula of cerebellum

-flocculonodular lobe

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The nuclei of the cerebellum are follows:

+dentate, emboliform, globose and fastigial

-nuclei of V-VIII cranial nerves, superior and inferior olivar nuclei

-red nucleus, nuclei of IX-XII cranial nerves

-gracile and cuneate nuclei, inferior olivar nucleus, nuclei of IX-XII cranial nerves

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The inferior cerebellar peduncles contain the following fibers:

+posterior spinocerebellar tract, olivocerebellar tract, external arcuate fibers, vestibulocerebellar fibers

-pontocerebellar fibers

-dentorubral and anterior spinocerebellar tracts

-anterior and posterior spinoceebellar tracts

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The middle cerebellar peduncles contain the following fibers:

+pontocerebellar fibers

-posterior spinocerebellar tract, olivocerebellar tract, external arcuate fibers, vestibulocerebellar fibers

-dentorubral and anterior spinocerebellar tracts

-anterior and posterior spinoceebellar tracts

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The superior cerebellar peduncles contain the following fibers:

+dentorubral and anterior spinocerebellar tracts

-posterior spinocerebellar tract, olivocerebellar tract, external arcuate fibers, vestibulocerebellar fibers

-pontocerebellar fibers

-anterior and posterior spinoceebellar tracts

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Where is superior medullary velum located?

+between superior cerebellar peduncles

-between inferior cerebellar peduncles

-between middle cerebellar peduncles

-between peduncles of floculus

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The superior cerebellar peducles associate the cerebellum with:

+midbrain

-pons

-medulla oblongata

-cerebral hemisphere

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The inferior cerebellar peducles associate the cerebellum with:

+medulla oblongata

-pons

-midbrain

-cerebral hemisphere

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The middle cerebellar peducles associate the cerebellum with:

+pons

-medulla oblongata

-cerebral hemisphere

-midbrain

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The pons unites with cerebellum by:

+middle cerebellar peducles

-inferior cerebellar peducles

-superior cerebellar peducles

-peduncles of floculus

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The medulla oblongata unites with cerebellum by:

+inferior cerebellar peducles

-middle cerebellar peducles

-superior cerebellar peducles

-peduncles of floculus

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The midbrain unites with cerebellum by:

+superior cerebellar peducles

-inferior cerebellar peducles

-middle cerebellar peducles

-peduncles of floculus

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