February 01, 2009
Neuroanatomy, Neurophysiology, and Neuropathology of Aging
Expires March 01, 2015

CME Activity

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Sample questions:
A 67-year-old patient reports a sudden onset of the inability to rotate or tilt his head. You refer him to a neurologist who reports a lesion affecting only the patient's cranial nerve. Which cranial nerve has been affected?
Which of the following brain stem structures innervates virtually the entire forebrain and is composed of norepinephrine-rich neuronal bodies?
Which of the following brain structures is located at the base of the cerebrum and coordinates endocrine, autonomic, and somatic motor responses to maintain physiological homeostasis?