Anatomy Jeopardy Tom Gest, PhD Division of Anatomical Sciences University of Michigan Medical School Autonomic Review with
500 500 500 500 500 400 400 400 400 400 300 300 300 300 300 200 200 200 200 200 100 100 100 100 100 Targets CNS/PNS Gangli...
Otherwise known as the origin of the sympathetic nervous system. Origins  100 Points
Origins  100 Points What is the thoracolumbar outflow?
Origins  200 Points Origin of pelvic splanchnic nerves.
Origins  200 Points What is the lateral horn of spinal cord levels S2-4?
Origins  300 Points Cranial nerves that distribute parasympathetic fibers to ganglia in the head.
Origins  300 Points What are cranial nerves III, VII, and IX?
Origins  400 Points Origin of the lesser thoracic splanchnic nerve.
Origins  400 Points What is the lateral horn of spinal cord levels T10-11?
Origins  500 Points Source of parasympathetics to the thoracic viscera.
Origins  500 Points What are the vagus nerves?
Source of fibers that form the cervical sympathetic trunk. Pathways  100 Points
Pathways  100 Points What are spinal cord levels T1-T4?
Pathways  200 Points Spinal nerve root that carries presynaptic autonomic fibers.
Pathways  200 Points What is the ventral root?
Pathways  300 Points Connection between the ventral primary ramus and sympathetic chain only found in thoracic and upper l...
Pathways  300 Points What is a white ramus communicans?
Pathways  400 Points Source of most sympathetic fibers to the heart.
Pathways  400 Points What are cervical cardiac branches?
Pathways  500 Points Connections to ventral primary rami containing unmyelinated fibers.
Pathways  500 Points What are gray rami communicantes?
Greater thoracic splanchnic nerves go here to synapse. Ganglia  100 Points
Ganglia  100 Points What are the celiac ganglia?
Ganglia  200 Points Inferior end of the sympathetic chains.
Ganglia  200 Points What is the ganglion impar?
Ganglia  300 Points Ganglia where no synapses happen.
Ganglia  300 Points What are sensory ganglia?
Ganglia  400 Points Four pairs of autonomic ganglia in the head.
Ganglia  400 Points What are the ciliary, pterygopalatine, submandibular and otic ganglia?
Ganglia  500 Points Four types of preaortic ganglia?
Ganglia  500 Points What are the celiac, superior mesenteric, aorticorenal, and inferior mesenteric ganglia?
Axons arising in this horn of the spinal cord follow presynaptic autonomics to the spinal nerve. CNS/PNS  100 Points
CNS/PNS  100 Points What is the ventral horn?
CNS/PNS  200 Points These trunks form as a thoracic autonomic plexus passes into the abdomen.
CNS/PNS  200 Points What are the vagal trunks?
CNS/PNS  300 Points This ramus may carry both sympathetic and parasympathetic fibers.
CNS/PNS  300 Points What is a ventral primary ramus?
CNS/PNS  400 Points These rami connect the sympathetic chain ganglia.
CNS/PNS  400 Points What are interganglionic rami?
CNS/PNS  500 Points Vertebral level where the presynaptic neuron of the pelvic splanchnics lie.
CNS/PNS  500 Points What is L1?
Primary target of sympathetics. Targets  100 Points
Targets  100 Points What is vascular smooth muscle?
Targets  200 Points Smooth muscle of organ walls.
Targets  200 Points What is the primary target of parasympathetics?
Targets  300 Points Only tissue innervated by preganglionic autonomic fibers.
Targets  300 Points What is the suprarenal medulla?
Targets  400 Points Only sympathetic target innervated by acetylcholine.
Targets  400 Points What are sweat glands?
Targets  500 Points Asthma drugs mimic the action of these fibers.
Targets  500 Points What are sympathetic fibers?
Good luck on your final exam
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Autonomic jeopardy

  1. 1. Anatomy Jeopardy Tom Gest, PhD Division of Anatomical Sciences University of Michigan Medical School Autonomic Review with
  2. 2. 500 500 500 500 500 400 400 400 400 400 300 300 300 300 300 200 200 200 200 200 100 100 100 100 100 Targets CNS/PNS Ganglia Pathways Origins Keep a record of each player’s points.
  3. 3. Otherwise known as the origin of the sympathetic nervous system. Origins 100 Points
  4. 4. Origins 100 Points What is the thoracolumbar outflow?
  5. 5. Origins 200 Points Origin of pelvic splanchnic nerves.
  6. 6. Origins 200 Points What is the lateral horn of spinal cord levels S2-4?
  7. 7. Origins 300 Points Cranial nerves that distribute parasympathetic fibers to ganglia in the head.
  8. 8. Origins 300 Points What are cranial nerves III, VII, and IX?
  9. 9. Origins 400 Points Origin of the lesser thoracic splanchnic nerve.
  10. 10. Origins 400 Points What is the lateral horn of spinal cord levels T10-11?
  11. 11. Origins 500 Points Source of parasympathetics to the thoracic viscera.
  12. 12. Origins 500 Points What are the vagus nerves?
  13. 13. Source of fibers that form the cervical sympathetic trunk. Pathways 100 Points
  14. 14. Pathways 100 Points What are spinal cord levels T1-T4?
  15. 15. Pathways 200 Points Spinal nerve root that carries presynaptic autonomic fibers.
  16. 16. Pathways 200 Points What is the ventral root?
  17. 17. Pathways 300 Points Connection between the ventral primary ramus and sympathetic chain only found in thoracic and upper lumbar levels.
  18. 18. Pathways 300 Points What is a white ramus communicans?
  19. 19. Pathways 400 Points Source of most sympathetic fibers to the heart.
  20. 20. Pathways 400 Points What are cervical cardiac branches?
  21. 21. Pathways 500 Points Connections to ventral primary rami containing unmyelinated fibers.
  22. 22. Pathways 500 Points What are gray rami communicantes?
  23. 23. Greater thoracic splanchnic nerves go here to synapse. Ganglia 100 Points
  24. 24. Ganglia 100 Points What are the celiac ganglia?
  25. 25. Ganglia 200 Points Inferior end of the sympathetic chains.
  26. 26. Ganglia 200 Points What is the ganglion impar?
  27. 27. Ganglia 300 Points Ganglia where no synapses happen.
  28. 28. Ganglia 300 Points What are sensory ganglia?
  29. 29. Ganglia 400 Points Four pairs of autonomic ganglia in the head.
  30. 30. Ganglia 400 Points What are the ciliary, pterygopalatine, submandibular and otic ganglia?
  31. 31. Ganglia 500 Points Four types of preaortic ganglia?
  32. 32. Ganglia 500 Points What are the celiac, superior mesenteric, aorticorenal, and inferior mesenteric ganglia?
  33. 33. Axons arising in this horn of the spinal cord follow presynaptic autonomics to the spinal nerve. CNS/PNS 100 Points
  34. 34. CNS/PNS 100 Points What is the ventral horn?
  35. 35. CNS/PNS 200 Points These trunks form as a thoracic autonomic plexus passes into the abdomen.
  36. 36. CNS/PNS 200 Points What are the vagal trunks?
  37. 37. CNS/PNS 300 Points This ramus may carry both sympathetic and parasympathetic fibers.
  38. 38. CNS/PNS 300 Points What is a ventral primary ramus?
  39. 39. CNS/PNS 400 Points These rami connect the sympathetic chain ganglia.
  40. 40. CNS/PNS 400 Points What are interganglionic rami?
  41. 41. CNS/PNS 500 Points Vertebral level where the presynaptic neuron of the pelvic splanchnics lie.
  42. 42. CNS/PNS 500 Points What is L1?
  43. 43. Primary target of sympathetics. Targets 100 Points
  44. 44. Targets 100 Points What is vascular smooth muscle?
  45. 45. Targets 200 Points Smooth muscle of organ walls.
  46. 46. Targets 200 Points What is the primary target of parasympathetics?
  47. 47. Targets 300 Points Only tissue innervated by preganglionic autonomic fibers.
  48. 48. Targets 300 Points What is the suprarenal medulla?
  49. 49. Targets 400 Points Only sympathetic target innervated by acetylcholine.
  50. 50. Targets 400 Points What are sweat glands?
  51. 51. Targets 500 Points Asthma drugs mimic the action of these fibers.
  52. 52. Targets 500 Points What are sympathetic fibers?
  53. 53. Good luck on your final exam
  54. 54. The Daily Double

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