You should be able to:
- Distinguish cerebellum from cerebrum in histological sections.
- Identify the layers of the grey matter in the cerebellum and their constituent cells.
- Describe and explain the organization and structure of the spinal cord in cross-section.
- Distinguish and explain the differences between ganglia and nerves.
- What are the 3 layers of the sclera?
- Name and discuss the 5 layers of the cornea.
- Name the 4 layers of the iris.
- What determines eye colour?
- Name the 8 layers of the retina and what forms them.
- What is the lens composed of?
- Name the 3 chambers of the eye.
- Explain the histological basis of glaucoma.
- Describe the flow of liquid in the posterior and anterior chambers of the eye.
- What separates the external and middle ear?
- Name the three auditory ossicles.
- What type of joint articulates the ossicles?
- How is movement detected in the inner ear?
- How is sound detected in the inner ear?
- What is the organ of Corti composed of?
- Name 3 types of neurons.
- What is a synapse?
- Name the types of cells which form myelin in the CNS & PNS.
- Name the 4 specialized support cells of the central nervous system.
- Name and define the 3 meningeal layers.
- What is the function of the choroid plexus?
- Name the 4 components of a peripheral nerve.
- Where are the endoneurium, perineurium and epineurium located?
- Which autoimmune disease attacks the myelin of the CNS?