Human Anatomy and Physiology Practice Questions: Brain, Cranial Nerves and Special Senses
by Dr. Evelyn J Biluk
This is a collection of the fill in the blank questions on the brain, cranial nerves and special senses. Topics covered include brain organization, protection, blood supply, cerebrospinal fluid, brain stem, medulla, pons, midbrain, reticular formation, cerebellum, diencephalon, thalamus, hypothalamus, epithalamus, cerebrum, organization of the cerebral cortex, cranial nerves, sensory pathway, characteristics of sensations, cutaneous senses, referred pain, proprioception, taste, smell, hunger and thirst, accessory structures of the eye, eyeball layers, eyeball cavities, physiology of vision, ear, physiology of hearing, and deafness. These questions are suitable for students enrolled in Human Anatomy and Physiology I or II or General Anatomy and Physiology or Advanced Anatomy and Physiology.