368 EXERCISE 23 GENERAL SENSES Answer the following questions. 4. Using your knowledge, compare the.

368 EXERCISE 23 GENERAL SENSES Answer the following questions. 4. Using your knowledge, compare the size of the somatosensory cortex representing the fingertips for a visual impaired person who reads Braille increased tactile sensitivity that o n e with mormal vision who has normal tactile sensitivity. 5. Leprosy often results in loss of pain to infected body areas. Describe the hazards of this 6. When a hair on your head is moved, the hair follicle touch receptors are stimulated. If a person put his or her hair in a ponytail, what would be the result if there was no adaptation to these touch

368 EXERCISE 23 GENERAL SENSES Answer the following questions. 4. Using your knowledge, compare the size of the somatosensory cortex representing the fingertips for a visual impaired person who reads Braille increased tactile sensitivity that o n e with mormal vision who has normal tactile sensitivity. 5. Leprosy often results in loss of pain to infected body areas. Describe the hazards of this 6. When a hair on your head is moved, the hair follicle touch receptors are stimulated. If a person put his or her hair in a ponytail, what would be the result if there was no adaptation to these touch receptors? 7. When you hit your funny bone (olecranon), where do you experience referred pain? Hint: What nerve would you hit? 8. (a) When a person experiences a heart attack, why is there pain down the left arm? (b) Why would pain persist even after the stimulus is removed? Using your textbook or other reference, trace the sensory pathway from proprioceptors located in the quadriceps muscle to the spinocerebellar tract traveling to the cerebellum 9. Identify the nerve carrying the axon of the first-order neuron and the levels where the first-order neuron enters the spinal cord. 10. (a) Do the cerebellar hemispheres receive proprioceptive nerve impulses ipsilaterally or contralaterally? (b) Using your knowledge, is proprioception consciously perceived by the cerebellum?

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