Touch is a near-essential sensory modality that we use so regularly. This MCQ begins to touch on areas of fine/crude touch and further afferent inputs to the CNS. See how you get on with this quiz. Best of luck!
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Clinical Neuroanatomy: Part Two
Which of the following scenarios is most likely were an infarct to occur in the RED pin region of the internal capsule?
Poorly coordinated complex motor functionality contralaterally
Sensory loss to the face contralaterally
Ipsilateral loss of trunk motor supply
Contralateral loss of upper limb motor supply
Ipsilateral loss of hearing (rarely beyond subclinical)
Sensory tracts from the VPL thalamic nucleus
Sensory tracts from the VPM thalamic nucleus
Audio-visual information for the geniculate nuclei
Select all that apply ...
Left sided reduction in deep tendon reflexes
Ipsilateral sensory defect
Visual field scotoma
Contralateral sensory loss to the face and limbs
Loss of fine coordination movement to the contralateral limbs
Internal capsule -> corona radiata -> S2 -> S1
Internal capsule -> corona radiata -> S2 and S1
Corona radiata -> Internal capsule -> S2 -> S1
Corona radiata -> Internal capsule -> S2 -and S1
Internal capsule -> Thalamus -> corona radiata -> S2 and S1
Contralateral medulla oblongata
Contralateral thoracic spinal cord intermediolateral horn of grey matter
Primary order neuron
Second order neuron
Tertiary order neuron
Quaternary order neuron
Quinary order neuron
Which sensory sign is apparent?
T8 left side pain modality loss
T8 right side hyperalgesia
T9 right side crude touch loss
T7 right side crude touch loss
T12 right side proprioceptive sense loss (conscious)
Spotted an error?
Neuroanatomy imaging (Q1) shows wavered licence under CC1.0, with thanks to Lindsay Hanford, Geoff B Hall. (2011). Globus Pallidus Imaging. Available: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/13/Globus_Pallidus_sturctural_MRI.png. Last accessed 23rd October 2019.