Trivia Quiz On Human Anatomy And Nervous System!

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Nervous System Quizzes & Trivia

The nervous system is an integral part of the human body through which body movement is controlled and conducts stimuli from sensory receptors to the brain and spinal cord. The Central Nervous system includes Brain and Spinal Cord and the peripheral nervous system carries impulses to and from CNS. This quiz has been developed to test your knowledge and to learn about Human Anatomy as well as the Nervous System. So, let's try out the quiz. All the best!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    • A. 

      The brain

    • B. 

      Recpetors of sensation

    • C. 

      The spinal cord

    • D. 

      Cranial nerves III VII, IX and X

    • E. 

      Dorsal root ganglia

  • 2. 
    The autonomic Nervous system includes the _____________ and ___________ systems (pick two)
    • A. 

      Parasympathetic

    • B. 

      Cognative

    • C. 

      Sensory

    • D. 

      Sympathetic

    • E. 

      Endocrine

  • 3. 
    Parasympathetic include 2 components
    • A. 

      Cranial nerves III, IV, IX, X

    • B. 

      Sympathetic chain ganglia

    • C. 

      Terminal ganglia

    • D. 

      Prevertebral Ganglia

  • 4. 
    The method of which we integrate (detect/ analyze/respond) sensory information is the only purpose of the Nervous system - Knowing this, why do OTs and OTA's Study Neuro Anatomy?
    • A. 

      Each component has a specific purpose and when any component is rendered unable to perform, the body is no longer able to successfully, economically and/or safely integrate sensory information.

    • B. 

      There is an economical advantage to becoming an OT who specializes in injures of the Nuero-motor system. As CVA, spinal cord and TBI's increase due to age and trauma. the OT who specializes in this area will be in demand and Highly employable.

    • C. 

      All systems are circular in nature. The nervous system is no exception to that rule. you may not damage or effect one component of the system without damaging or effecting part or all of the other components. When damage of this nature occurs, Sytem failures ensues!

    • D. 

      Both A & C

    • E. 

      Both B & C

  • 5. 
    Carpal tunnel syndrome, brachail plexus injury and Avulsion of the digital nerve are examples of failure of which nervous system?
    • A. 

      Central

    • B. 

      Peripheral

    • C. 

      Autonomic

  • 6. 
    Myocardial infarction, congestive heart failure chronic obstructive pulmonary disease COPD, Diabetes - typer I and II re examples of failure of which nervous system?
    • A. 

      Peripheral

    • B. 

      Central

    • C. 

      Autonomic

  • 7. 
    Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA), Parkinson's disease, Guillain- Barre' Syndrome, C5-6 spinal cord injury
    • A. 

      Autonomic

    • B. 

      Peripheral

    • C. 

      Central

  • 8. 
    What is a neuron?
    • A. 

      Basic unit of the nervous system, is functional, is a dividing cell.

    • B. 

      Basic unit of the nervous system, is both structural and functional, is a non-dividing cell.

    • C. 

      Basic unit of the nervous system, is structural, is a non- dividing cell.

  • 9. 
    Known as afferent, carry sensory information from the receptor to the brain, there are always 3 neurons between any receptor and the cortex.
    • A. 

      Motor neurons

    • B. 

      Sensory neurons

    • C. 

      Interneurons

  • 10. 
    Known as efferent, carry information away from the brain to the receptor.
    • A. 

      Sensory Neurons

    • B. 

      Motor neurons

    • C. 

      Interneurons

  • 11. 
    Neurons situated between two other neurons in a neurtal pathway, may be sensory or motor have very short axon
    • A. 

      Interneurons

    • B. 

      Sensory neurons

    • C. 

      Motor neurons

  • 12. 
    A neuron is made up of :
    • A. 

      One axon, a cell body, and several dendrites

    • B. 

      The nucleus, the cytoplasm and the ectoplasm

    • C. 

      Two electrons one proton and one neutron.

  • 13. 
    "This part of the sensory neuron is located in the spinal nerves, the cranial nerves and the thalmus. contains organelles whose overall function is to keep the neurons alive" what part of the neuron is this?
    • A. 

      The dendrites

    • B. 

      The cell body

    • C. 

      Axon

    • D. 

      Synapse

  • 14. 
    May be one or more per cell body, comes from the greek word meaning tree, forms part of the synapse.
    • A. 

      The cell body

    • B. 

      Axon

    • C. 

      The dendrites

    • D. 

      Synapse

  • 15. 
    Only one per neuron, variable in length, classified as myelinated and non-myelinated, have synapses knobs at the end which produce either a transmitter or an inhibitory response. connect with other other neurons, muscles and cells or glands.
    • A. 

      Cell body

    • B. 

      Axon

    • C. 

      Dendrites

    • D. 

      Synapes

  • 16. 
    The junction between two nuerons, axodendritic, axosomatic, axoaxonic
    • A. 

      Synapse

    • B. 

      Cell body

    • C. 

      Dendrites

    • D. 

      Axons

  • 17. 
    There are 3 types of synapses which of the following describe: " junction between the axon of one neuron with the dendrite of another neuron."
    • A. 

      Axodendritic,

    • B. 

      axosomatic

    • C. 

      Axoaxonic

  • 18. 
    The junction between the axon of one neuron with the axon of another neuron
    • A. 

      Axodendritic,

    • B. 

      axosomatic,

    • C. 

      axoaxonic

  • 19. 
    A nerve impulse is:
    • A. 

      Is the action of a chemical process in which the neurotransmitters are secreted from one neuron to another

    • B. 

      May be excitatory or inhibitory

    • C. 

      Moves along nerve tracts

    • D. 

      All of the above

    • E. 

      A & B only

  • 20. 
    True or false? An Upper Motor Neuron is neuron whose cell body is located in the spinal cord that control the skeletal muscles in the trunk and upper/lower extremities
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

  • 21. 
    Again, true or false: The lower Motor neuron is a neuron whose cell body is in the cerebral cortex and whose axons descend to the spinal cord.
    • A. 

      True

    • B. 

      False

  • 22. 
    Injury to these neurons yields localized decreased muscle function
    • A. 

      Lower motor neurons

    • B. 

      Upper motor neurons

  • 23. 
    Injury to these neurons yields diffuse decreased muscle function
    • A. 

      Lower motor neurons

    • B. 

      Upper motor neurons

  • 24. 
    The purpose of the Central Nervous system is to ___________ and ________ (pick two)
    • A. 

      Is responsible for all nerve innervation

    • B. 

      Process sensory information

    • C. 

      Provide a response

  • 25. 
    Central nervous system is further divided into seven regions: Identify them
    • A. 

      1.cerebrum 2)diencephalons (thalamus & hypothalmus) 3)Midbrain 4)Pons 5)medulla 6)cerebellum 7) spinal cord

    • B. 

      1. cerebellum 2)diencephalons (thalamus & hypothalmus) 3)Midbrain 4)Pons 5)medulla 6)cerebrum 7) spinal cord

    • C. 

      1.cerebrum 2)diencephalons (thalamus & hypothalmus) 3) medulla 4)Pons 5)Midbrain 6)cerebellum 7) spinal cord

  • 26. 
    Which three regions make up the brain stem
    • A. 

      Medulla

    • B. 

      Midbrain

    • C. 

      Spinal cord

    • D. 

      Pons

    • E. 

      Diencephalons

  • 27. 
    Brain stem is
    • A. 

      Our primitive reflexes

    • B. 

      Bottom of the skull

    • C. 

      Both A & B

    • D. 

      Neither A & B

    • E. 

      B only

  • 28. 
    Cerebrum: consists of all but one of the following
    • A. 

      Cerebral cortex

    • B. 

      Tracts

    • C. 

      Basil ganglia

    • D. 

      Corpus collosum

    • E. 

      Cerebellum

  • 29. 
    From the image above, which area of the brain is responsible for voluntary motor activity, concentration, motivation, problem solving planning intellectual function, memory, abstraction, expressive speech ( broca area)
    • A. 

      Parietal lobe

    • B. 

      Temporal lobe

    • C. 

      Frontal lobe

    • D. 

      Occipital lobe

  • 30. 
    From the image above, which area of the brain is responsible for: visual reception and association, visual memory, recognition and understanding of environment
    • A. 

      Parietal lobe

    • B. 

      Occipital lobe

    • C. 

      Temporal lobe

    • D. 

      Frontal lobe

  • 31. 
    From looking at the image, which part of the body is responsible for tactile processing body awareness and scheme, language, comprehension,some concept formation, gnosis and praxis
    • A. 

      Parietal lobe

    • B. 

      Frontal lobe

    • C. 

      Occipital lobe

    • D. 

      Temporal lobe

  • 32. 
    From looking at the image, which part of the body is responsible for auditory reception and association, spoken language memory, non-language sounds (music), some emotion and personality aspects
    • A. 

      Occipital lobe

    • B. 

      Temporal lobe

    • C. 

      Frontal lobe

    • D. 

      Parietal lobe