BRS Neuroanatomy

27. Is the largest projection to the hypothalamus

Match each description below with the appro priate clinical condition. 32. Amenorrhea and galactorrhea

28. Connects the septal area to the midbrain tegmentum

33. Hemorrhagic lesions in the mammillary bodies

29. Conducts fibers from the hippocampal for mation to the mammillary nuclei

34. Associated with the Rathke pouch

30. Lies between the caudate nucleus and the thalamus

35. Destruction of the anterior hypothalamic nuclei

31. Separates the medial hypothalamus from the lateral hypothalamus

36. Stimulation of the ventromedial nuclei

Questions 32 to 40 The response options for items 32 to 40 are the same. Select one answer for each item in the set. (A) Anorexia

37. Bilateral lesions of the ventromedial hypo thalamic nuclei

38. Bilateral lesions of the posterior hypotha lamic nuclei

(B) Craniopharyngioma (C) Diabetes insipidus (D) Hyperthermia (E) Inability to thermoregulate (F) Obesity and rage (G) Pituitary adenoma (H) Wernicke encephalopathy

39. Destruction of the supraoptic and paraven tricular nuclei

40. Results from thiamine (vitamin B 1 ) deficiency

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