They are cranial nerve cells
They are multipolar neurons
They have both peripheral and central nervous system components
They are pseudo-unipolar neurons
They are derived from the neural tube
More than one above
None of the above
Results from failure of caudal neural tube closure
Can often be treated successfully with surgery
Associated with no change in alpha-fetoprotein
Newborns with this condition may still display reflex activity
Results from neural tube closure deficits in the second trimester
Decreased protein, decreased glucose and tumor cells
Decreased protein, decreased glucose and red blood cells
Increased protein, decreased glucose and white blood cells
Increased protein, normal glucose and red blood cells
Increased protein, increased glucose and white blood cells
Foramen of Megendie
Foramen of Monro
Foramen of Luschka
A shift of the cranial contents in a superior and lateral direction
The development of an unusually large head circumference
An enlargement of the subarachnoid space
The development of an unusually small head circumference
A shift of the cranial contents in an inferior and medial direction
Apertures in the third ventricle
The CSF flows from the 4ch ventricle to the cistern magna via the median aperture
The CSF flows from the lateral ventricles to the 3rd ventricle via the cerebral aqueduct.
The CSF flows from the 3rd to 4th ventricle via the foramen of Monroe
The CSF flows from the lateral ventricles to the 4th via the foramen of Luschka
The CSF flows from the ducal sinuses to the subarachnoid space via the arachnoid
Between the arachnoid and the pia mater.
Between the dura and the pia mater.
Between the dura and the arachnoid layer.
Between the pia and sub arachnoid layer.
Between the skull and the dura.
The left foramen of Luschka
The foramen of Megendie
The right foramen of Luschka
The foramen of Monroe
The left Interventricular foramen