General Sensation Lab Review Sheet

LAB TIME/DATE. REVIEW SHEET exercise. General Sensation. Review Sheet Structure of General Sensory Receptors. 1. Differentiate between . review sheet general sensation structure of general sensory receptors General sensation - Solution manual Anatomy and Physiology I and II Laboratory.

EXPLAIN WHY BRAIN FREEZE IS A TYPE OF REFERRED PAIN

Explain how the sensory receptors act as transducers. They convert other energy types, example: pressure (mechanical energy) to the electrical nerve impulse. Where would referred pain appear if the following organ received painful stimuli: gallbladder. right inferior Explain why "brain freeze" is a type of referred pain. extero / pain what type of receptors would be used for below activities (inter/ extero & specific): explain how the sensory receptors act as transducers.

DEEP PRESSURE RECEPTOR LOCATED IN THE DERMIS

Sensory receptors in the dermis include the Meissner's corpuscle, the Pacinian These receptors are located in the deep dermis or hypodermis and are are highly branched nerve endings within a fluid filled capsule in the connective tissue. Merkel's disc. a tactile receptor located at the epidermis-dermis interface. Pacinian corpuscle. a deep pressure receptor located within or near the hypodermis.

DESCRIBE THE LOCATION OF THE STIMULUS FOR BRAIN FREEZE

differentiate between interoceptors and exteroceptors realtive to location and step to create a nerve impulse that goes into CNS / energy from stimuli from receptor is converted into an AP. explain how the sensory receptors act as transducers of pain (as interpreted by brain) and the location of stimuli for a " brain freeze". Start studying ANATOMY BRAIN SENSES. what causes brain freeze o Describe the covering of the brain and its basic features (gyri, convolutions, white .

WHICH AREA HAS THE SMALLEST TWO-POINT THRESHOLD

Two-point discrimination (2PD) is the ability to discern that two nearby objects touching the skin The smallest distance between two points that still results in the perception of two distinct stimuli is recorded as the patient's Body areas differ both in tactile receptor density and somatosensory cortical representation. Sensory Receptors that react to touch, pressure, pain, heat, cold, stretch, vibration, and changes in position and are distributed throughout the body.

MATCH THE GENERAL SENSORY RECEPTORS WITH THEIR DESCRIPTIONS EXERCISE 22

Start studying Exercise General Sensation. Explain how the sensory receptors act as transducers. A change in the environment of a sensory receptor. REVIEW SHEET exercise. General Sensation. Review Sheet Structure of General Sensory Receptors. 1. Someone steps on your foot. Reading a.