Anatomy I
Anatomy II
Signs and Symptoms
Head Injuries
Misc

100

This part of the brain stem controls automatic functions like breathing.

What is the brain stem?

100

The base of the skull is named this.

What is the occipital bone?

100

Tinnitus is defined as what in the ears?

What is ringing?

100

When the brain shakes inside of the school this injury can result.

What is a concussion?

100

The name of the scientist or medical professional who studies the the nervous system?
What is a neurologist?

200

The bone of the forehead is called this.

What is the frontal bone?

200

The brain has this number of cranial nerves.

What is 12?

200

When an athlete is having difficulty remembering things it is called this.
What is amnesia?

200

What disease has been linked to football due to the repetitive impacts to the head?
What is CTE?

200

Two ways to prevent or reduce head injuries.

Multiple answers: 


What is to wear proper equipment?

What is to follow rules?

etc

300

The name of the nerve that is associated with the sense of smell is this?

What is cranial nerve I or the olfactory nerve?

300

This is one function of the cerebrospinal fluid.

What is to:

Protect the brain from impacts – keeps tissue buoyant absorbing shock?

Bathe the brain in chemicals for proper functioning? 

Help maintain regular pressure between cranium and spinal column?

300

Discoloration behind the ear likely due to skull fracture is known as this.

What is battle sign?

300

Symptoms of concussions that last for longer than average time (years) can lead to a diagnosis of this.

What is postconcussion syndrome?

300

Brain cells are called this.

What are neurons?

400

The lobes of the brain are the following. 
What are the temporal, parietal, frontal and occiptal lobes? 

400

Cranial nerve III is called this.

What is the occulomotor nerve?



400

PEARL stands for this.
What is Pupils Equal and Reactive/Responsive to Light?

400

Concussions are often referred to as "a _______ crisis".... the word that belongs in that sentence is this.

What is an energy crisis? 

400

The scalp bleeds profusely because of this.

What is because of the large number of blood vessels it has?

500

What is the name of the cranial nerve that functions to control the neck?

What is the accessory nerve? 

500

The name of this bone is this. 

What is the maxilla?

500

This happens to the brain when an athlete suffers from second impact syndrome.

What is rapid brain swelling?

500

This is what is it called when an athlete suffers from a second concussion before the first concussion is fully resolved.

What is second impact syndrome?

500

What does CTE stand for and how do you spell it?

What is Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy?