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  • What are the sulci and gyri of the cerebral hemispheres? What lobes do they form?
  • FTOP gyri, Brodmann named and functionality therefore
  • Lesions of the motor cortex, prefrontal, sensory cortex, primary visual cortex, PAC
  • Brief summary, therefore, of ACA, MCA and PCA syndromes
  • The anatomy and bilateral functionality of the vestibular area (and ascension)
  • Overview of association cortices (summarised)
  • Localisation of language/dominance
  • Consciousness and sleep: a primer
  • Define the ventricular system location only incld tela choroidea
  • Discuss the regional anatomy of the internal capsule and corpus striatum including their crucial vascular supply
  • Basal nuclei: components, connections of the direct and indirect pathway
  • CC: BN conditions beyond just PD
  • White matter association, commissural and projection fibres

NUNC 1

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Question 1
The sub parietal sulcus connects
A
the central sulcus to the calcarine sulcus
B
the parietooccipital sulcus to the intraparietal sulcus
C
the occipitotemporal sulcus to the fusiform gyrus
D
the cingulate sulcus to the calcarine sulcus
E
none of the above
Question 2

The blue pin is placed in which structure?  
A
Cingulate gyrus
B
Orbital gyrus
C
Gyrus rectus
D
Occipitotemporal gyrus
E
Corpus callosum
Question 3
How many gyri exist anterior to the rolandaric sulcus in the lateral view?
A
3
B
4
C
5
D
6
E
7
Question 4
The precuneus lies where in relation to the cingulate sulcus?
A
Anterior
B
Deep
C
Medial
D
Posterior
E
None of the above
Question 5
Which of the following is not inferior to the interpareital sulcus?
A
BA5
B
Supramarginal gyrus
C
Angular gyrus
D
Parietooccipital notch
E
V1
Question 6
The fusiform gyrus is also termed the
A
orbital gyrus
B
orbitorectal gyrus
C
occipitalorbital gyrus
D
occipitotemporal gyrus
E
occipitofrontal gyrus
Question 7
Which of the following do not flank the lingual gyrus at any stage?  
A
calcarine sulcus
B
occipitotemporal gyrus
C
fusiform gyrus
D
cuneus
E
subparietal sulcus
Question 8
the subcallosal area lies where, in relation to the hypothalamus
A
anterior
B
posterior
C
medial
D
lateral
E
inferior
Question 9
Which structure anteriorly borders the callosal sulcus?
A
corpus callosum
B
subcallosal area
C
uncus
D
Parahippocampal gyrus
E
cingulate gyrus
Question 10
The opercular portion of the frontal lobe's inferior frontal gyrus is best associated with which BA?
A
43
B
44
C
45
D
46
E
47
Question 11
The posterior-most projection of the sulcus separating the superior and middle temporal gyrus is which BA?
A
5
B
7
C
39
D
40
E
41
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