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Are you feeling brainy? Or maybe just nervous? Taking the quizzes here will help you find out why you have these feelings. They should be stimulating!
79 quizzes and 1,106 trivia questions.
  Feeling Nervous?   top quiz  
Fun Fill-It
 10 Qns
Nervous System
This quiz is in the fill in the blank format where you drag the answers into the blanks left in the narrative. It covers a small part of the central nervous system.
Easier, 10 Qns, rossian, Jul 07 23
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Jul 07 23
282 plays
  This is Your Brain on Caffeine editor best quiz   best quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I love a cup of coffee in the morning, but let's take a closer look at what goes on inside the brain as the caffeine starts to kick in.
Easier, 10 Qns, emiloony, Sep 16 18
Sep 16 18
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  A-Z of Neurology Part 1.   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Don't be scared, they're only nerves. The questions in this quiz come from the central, peripheral and autonomic nervous systems.
Average, 10 Qns, leith90, Jul 25 20
leith90 gold member
Jul 25 20
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  A-Z of Neurology Part II   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here is part 2 of my A to Z of Neurology series. Actually it's K to V skipping Q and U, but that's creative licence for you.
Average, 10 Qns, leith90, Jul 25 20
leith90 gold member
Jul 25 20
2653 plays
  Neuroscientific Nonsense   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
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Each question presents a basic concept of neuroscience with one key component replaced with a malapropism (i.e. 'Nonsense'). Replace the erroneous terms with the answers that make the statements accurate.
Easier, 10 Qns, Rizeeve, Aug 11 20
Rizeeve gold member
Aug 11 20
566 plays
  You've Got a Lot of Nerve   best quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
You really do! Neurones ("neurons" in U.S. English) are fascinating and they manage to function at an extremely fast rate. Enjoy this quiz on an interesting part of physiology!
Average, 10 Qns, jonnowales, Jul 29 09
2519 plays
  The Brain   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
The brain is an amazing organ if you can call it that. Besides running the processes of our body it stores memories amd allows us to use our senses as we interact with our surroundings. Here are a few questions about our brain.
Average, 15 Qns, einsteinII, Mar 03 17
1450 plays
  Freeze the Sneeze   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Sneezing - been there, done that. What do you know about the causes of sneezing, and how to keep your sternutation under control?
Average, 10 Qns, looney_tunes, May 20 23
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May 20 23
630 plays
  The Nervous System    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
How much do you know about the nervous system?
Tough, 10 Qns, Morrigan716, Dec 06 11
Morrigan716 gold member
7195 plays
  The Cranial Nerves   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The cranial nerves provide us with sight, smell, taste, hearing, equilibrium and other important sensations. They also control the muscles of the face and neck. They originate in the brain.
Average, 10 Qns, YOMD39, Jun 28 23
Jun 28 23
4418 plays
trivia question Quick Question
An otorhinolaryngologist specializes in the ears and what else?

From Quiz "The Five Special Senses"

  Cognitive Neuroscience 101    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz involves some basic facts about the anatomy and function of our brains, as well as a few historical facts.
Average, 10 Qns, schuhmacher, Oct 29 21
Oct 29 21
859 plays
  The Course and Distribution of the Facial Nerve    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
One of twelve cranial nerves, the facial nerve has a tortuous course through the face and innervates various structures within the face. See how much you know about it and associated problems. Based on third year Anatomy (BSc), so may be in depth.
Average, 10 Qns, reeshy, Nov 01 20
reeshy gold member
Nov 01 20
545 plays
  It PAINS Me    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Some people have to live with pain everyday of their lives. Let's see how much you know about pain.
Average, 10 Qns, Lauren26, Jun 19 18
Jun 19 18
4264 plays
  Basic Neurobiology    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz is intended to test comprehension of the fundamentals of neurobiology. I hope you all enjoy this quiz and learn something along the way. This is my first quiz so feedback is welcome
Tough, 10 Qns, titan2600, Jun 08 07
1145 plays
  Facts about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The quiz will explore the facts about carpal tunnel syndrome. All questions will be true or false.
Easier, 10 Qns, lout62001, Jan 19 14
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508 plays
  The Five Special Senses    
Multiple Choice
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The five special senses are vision, hearing, smell, taste, and touch.
Tough, 10 Qns, Morrigan716, Feb 08 23
Morrigan716 gold member
Feb 08 23
4272 plays
  Feeling Nervous   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A quiz about reflexes.
Tough, 10 Qns, jamesf, Oct 11 07
1458 plays
  A Brainy Quiz   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
That gray matter between your ears has many parts, a few which are covered in this quiz. Enjoy and get better acquainted with your brain.
Average, 10 Qns, unterkircher, Dec 17 13
450 plays
  Nerve Impulses and Neurotoxins   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz will first look at how nerve impulses are transmitted in our bodies, before looking at various toxins, and how and why they affect us in the ways they do. Enjoy!
Average, 10 Qns, doublemm, Sep 04 13
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  I "EAR" you "NOSE" something!   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The ear and nose give us the ability to hear and smell. Can you answer some simple trivia questions about these two sensory organs?
Average, 10 Qns, coachpauly, May 20 23
May 20 23
393 plays
  Nerve Impulses: Getting From A to B   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz takes an in-depth look at how nerve impulses get from one part of the body to the other.
Tough, 10 Qns, doublemm, Jan 18 12
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Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a quiz about brains. Not smarts, but brains.
Average, 10 Qns, powcig, May 20 23
May 20 23
765 plays
  Cranial Nerve Anatomy    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Ten challenging questions about cranial nerve anatomy.
Very Difficult, 10 Qns, olsongt, Mar 11 06
Very Difficult
1196 plays
  The Human Brain Quiz    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is my very first quiz on Fun Trivia! I hope all you anatomy buffs enjoy it!
Average, 10 Qns, jennypayne, Apr 22 21
Apr 22 21
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  The Sneeze: Fact or Fiction   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
"The Autocrat of Russia possesses more power than any other man in the earth, but he cannot stop a SNEEZE." Mark Twain
Tough, 10 Qns, mbovary, Aug 13 08
751 plays
  The Nervous System 101    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a quiz about the central nervous system. Thank you for taking this quiz!
Tough, 10 Qns, mzbabymysty, Oct 03 19
Oct 03 19
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  Introduction to the Autonomic Nervous System    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a quiz on the autonomic nervous system, so you can test your knowledge on the part of your body which gets the adrenaline pumping!
Tough, 10 Qns, Milky1989, Dec 10 09
1025 plays
  Eyes, Ears, Mouth, Nose    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
There are many diseases and conditions that affect the eyes, ears, nose and mouth. Each question in this quiz is related to the conditions that affect these highly important organs. Hope you enjoy my first attempt at an author challenge!
Average, 10 Qns, rsantan, Jul 31 15
576 plays
  Human Neuroanatomy   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Central nervous system anatomy, with a bit of physiology thrown in, good luck!
Difficult, 10 Qns, chickenkev, Feb 09 22
Feb 09 22
3964 plays
  Conditions of the Eye & Ear    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz contains questions about abnormal and pathological conditions of the sense organs, the eye & ear.
Average, 10 Qns, ivyfoo, Sep 09 20
Sep 09 20
2589 plays
  The Big Fat Brain Anatomy Quiz   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a brief quiz on the anatomy of the human brain.
Difficult, 10 Qns, Youadoodledoo, Aug 06 19
Aug 06 19
1658 plays
  Clinical Neurology    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Can you play the neurologist?
Difficult, 10 Qns, Taxicab3, Jan 05 18
Jan 05 18
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  Scratch and Sniff    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Questions about...what else? Scratching and Sniffing!
Average, 10 Qns, Mbovary, Mar 20 11
539 plays
  Diseases & Workings of the Central Nervous System    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz contains ten multiple choice questions concerning the pathology of different diseases that damage the central nervous system, as well as some more general questions.
Difficult, 10 Qns, ProfessorFox, Jul 04 17
Jul 04 17
187 plays
  The Mystery of Synaesthesia    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Synaesthesia is a term used by neuroscientists to describe a condition whereby a person may experience colours when they hear or read words, whilst other 'synaesthetes' may experience tastes, smells, shapes or touches in almost any combination.
Tough, 10 Qns, jungleeyes, Mar 16 13
497 plays
  Neurology and Psychiatry    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The brain is an interesting organ which is demonstrated by the fact that not one, but two medical disciplines are dedicated to it. How much do you know about neurology and psychiatry? This is your chance to find out!
Very Difficult, 10 Qns, vishal-nl, Mar 09 06
Very Difficult
1407 plays
  Biological Aspects of Psychology    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Basic facts about biological psychology. Have fun.
Tough, 10 Qns, Vampjezzc, Feb 27 05
1541 plays
  Advanced Neuorobiology    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz is from a master of physical therapy neuorobiology class. It is pretty tough, so you better know your neuro!
Difficult, 10 Qns, HABSAS, Nov 08 23
Nov 08 23
1056 plays
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here's a neuro quiz, by popular demand for Crystal's parents in Washington.
Difficult, 10 Qns, hab, Dec 17 17
Dec 17 17
1080 plays

Nervous System and the Senses Trivia Questions

1. The corpse coliseum is a collection of nerve fibers that connects the two cerebral hemispheres. What should replace 'corpse coliseum' to make sense of this statement?

From Quiz
Neuroscientific Nonsense

Answer: Corpus callosum

Corpus callosum is the correct term for the bundle of nerve fibers in question. It is shaped like the letter 'C', and found just beneath the cerebral cortex. The four main parts of the corpus callosum, nerve tracts that connect the two hemispheres of the brain, are the rostrum, genu, trunk, and splenium. The term corpus callosum has its origins in Latin terms for 'body' and tough'.

2. Caffeine is classified as what type of substance?

From Quiz This is Your Brain on Caffeine

Answer: Stimulant

Stimulants are a class of drugs which, broadly speaking, make you feel more alert by increasing heart rate, blood pressure, breathing and blood glucose levels. Other stimulants include amphetamines, cocaine and ecstasy.

3. Most people judge the beauty of a person's face by the proportionality of the flappy ears attached to the side of the head. What is the technical name for these flappy pieces of tissue making up the visible ear?

From Quiz I "EAR" you "NOSE" something!

Answer: Auricles

The human ear includes the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear. The outer ear is comprised of the fleshy tissue called the pinna or auricle. The auricle is made up of a single piece of fibrocartilage. The earlobe has a tremendous potential for elasticity. Daryl Belmares, a pastor in Austin Texas claimed to have the world's largest stretched earlobes at a whopping 5.5 inches.

4. In its unexcited state, the cell membrane exists at what is called a resting potential. What does this mean?

From Quiz Nerve Impulses and Neurotoxins

Answer: There is a separation of charge maintained across the membrane

The membrane of a cell is made of a phospholipid bilayer and several proteins which are embedded in this bilayer. When discussing nerve potentials, it is appropriate to refer to the membrane in terms of electrical circuitry. Either side of the membrane, there are varying concentrations of both positive and negative ions, giving a difference in charge (a voltage) across the membrane. The phospholipid bilayer is impermeable to such ions and so maintains this voltage (i.e. it behaves as a capacitor). The proteins may open upon stimulation (either by a ligand or a change in the voltage) and allow ions (charge) to flow. These proteins are therefore the electrical switches in this analogy.

5. We'll start on top of the brain. What is the huge mass at the top of the brain (which most people consider the brain)?

From Quiz Brains

Answer: cerebrum

The cerebrum is the large gray mass that controls learning, reasoning, and memory. It is the largest and most developed part of the brain and is the top end of the human nervous system.

6. Which part of the body is associated with a deviated septum?

From Quiz Eyes, Ears, Mouth, Nose

Answer: nose

The septum is the part of the nose that separates the right and left nasal cavities. While a normal septum is centered between the two and divides them equally, a deviated septum is when the septum is not centered. This causes one of the cavities to be larger than the other. It's frequently caused by some type of trauma to the nose such as a punch or other blow.

7. At rest, neurones must maintain a constant potential difference across their membranes. This is done by establishing a concentration gradient of ions. Which part of the plasma membrane is impermeable to ions, thus helping to maintain this gradient?

From Quiz Nerve Impulses: Getting From A to B

Answer: The phospholipid bilayer

Ions, being polar, cannot freely diffuse through the non-polar phospholipid bilayer. The resting potential (around -70 millivolts) is established by the Na+/K+ ATPase pump, which moves three sodium ions out of the cell and two potassium ions into the cell.

8. The facial nerve arises from the junction of the pons and medulla oblongata in the brainstem. Which cranial nerve is it?

From Quiz The Course and Distribution of the Facial Nerve

Answer: VII

The facial nerve is the seventh of twelve cranial nerves, all of which arise from the brainstem. It is actually the motor branch that emerges from the pontomedullary junction. The nerve of Wrisberg, also called nervus intermedius, arises at this same point between the facial and vestibulocochlear (VIII) nerves and gives rise to the sensory branch of the facial nerve.

9. Why does a scratch relieve an itch?

From Quiz Scratch and Sniff

Answer: No one really knows for sure.

Scratching an itch is instinctive, but no one really knows for sure why scratching an itch makes it go away. There are many theories about the "itch-scratch cycle". One theory is that the discomfort of the scratch distracts the brain from the discomfort of the itch. Another theory suggests that by scratching an itch, one stimulates the large nerves, thus blocking the small nerves causing the itch. A different theory altogether proposes that inhibitory neurons are stimulated during the scratch, and that these neurons cause relief.

10. A sneeze is the body's way to remove irritants and toxins from the nose. What is the rarely used but interesting medical term for a sneeze?

From Quiz The Sneeze: Fact or Fiction

Answer: Sternutation

A sneeze is an involuntary expulsion of air through the nose and mouth. Each sneeze can produce tens of thousands of droplets which can travel up to 2-3 meters! Humans actually expel more from their mouths than their noses during a sneeze.

11. A 30 year old man comes into your office complaining of drooping and not being able to move his lower face. Where is the lesion most likely to be?

From Quiz Clinical Neurology

Answer: Cerebral Cortex

A lesion in the seventh cranial nerve would affect both upper and lower face and would be known as "Bell's Palsy." Since the upper face has dual innervation from the cortex from both sides of the brain, a lesion on one side of the brain would be compensated for by the other. The lower face does not have this dual innervation, so a cerebral cortex lesion would affect it.

12. Which K is a sign of meningitis or meningeal irritation?

From Quiz A-Z of Neurology Part II

Answer: Kernig's sign

A tricky one to start with. Kernig's sign is when there is resistance to full extension of the leg at the knee, when the hip is flexed. Russian physician Vladimir Kernig first described the sign in 1882. Kehr's sign is pain referred to the left shoulder indicating abdominal trauma or irritation. Klumpke paralysis (also called Klumpke-Dejerine paralysis) is caused by an avulsion of C8 and T1 (the eighth cervical and first thoracic vertebrae). It is manifested by loss of function in the small muscles of the hand and the long finger flexors and extensors. Krause's corpuscle is a somatic sensory nerve ending in the skin.

13. A is for what part of the neurone that carries impulses away from the cell body?

From Quiz A-Z of Neurology Part 1.

Answer: Axon

Axons are usually coated in a white fatty substance called the myelin sheath which helps to speed the passage of impulses. They are sometimes called axones. An aqueduct is a canal or passage. There are two in the brain: the Sylvian aqueduct and the Cerebral aqueduct. The arachnoid is the delicate middle layer of the meninges. Its fine web-like appearance gives rise to its name. An aneurysm is a sac formed by a dilation in a vessel wall, usually an artery.

14. Ok, we will start with a question regarding action potentials first. What accounts for the rising phase of an action potential in a typical neuron?

From Quiz Basic Neurobiology

Answer: Influx of sodium (Na+) ions into the neuron

At resting potential the concentration of potassium is high inside the cell and the concentration of sodium is low. The opposite is true for the outside of the cell, sodium concentration is high and potassium is low. When the cell membrane becomes depolarized, sodium channels are opened and this allows sodium ions to flow across the cell membrane causing the membrane potential of the neuron to go past the threshold, or become more positive, and fire an action potential. The rising phase of this action potential is due to the increasing sodium concentration inside of the cell.

15. What loosely defined collection of structures is believed to be the seat of human emotion?

From Quiz The Big Fat Brain Anatomy Quiz

Answer: The limbic system

The limbic system is loosely defined and contains such structures as the hippocampus and the amygdala, along with many others.

16. What can the area of the brain known as the hindbrain also be referred to as?

From Quiz The Human Brain Quiz

Answer: Rhombencephalon

Your hindbrain contains all of the parts that control vital body functions.

17. Branches of which cranial nerve are typically contained within the mucosa of the middle ear space?

From Quiz Cranial Nerve Anatomy

Answer: Glossopharyngeal Nerve

Hmm. . . A little tricky. The facial nerve canal (fallopian canal) is contained within the bone defining the middle ear space and is sometimes (about 25%) dehiscent, however, this is not typical. The nerve to the stapedius also isn't contained in the middle ear, it enters the muscle through a bony canal in the temporal bone. The facial nerve gives sensation to the tympanic membrane's EXTERNAL surface so that doesn't work either. Finally, the chorda tympani courses through the actual middle ear space and, although passing through the mucosa on its way out, is not contained within the mucosa for a substantial distance. The vestibulocochlear nerve doesn't have branches in the middle ear space. The vagus nerve, similar to the facial nerve, gives sensation to part of the EXTERNAL surface of the tympanic membrane and external auditory canal, but not the middle ear space. Note that the trigeminal nerve also contributes to EXTERNAL tympanic membrane sensation. The glossopharyngeal nerve provides sensation to the INTERNAL surface of the tympanic membrane, and has parasympathetic efferent fibers contained in the mucosa that course over the promontory of the middle ear space to eventually supply secretomotor fibers to the parotid gland (Jacobsen's nerve). Extra credit: Which nerve(s) supplies sensation and secretomotor innervation to the mucosa of the middle ear space?

18. Where is the cerebellum located?

From Quiz Biological Aspects of Psychology

Answer: hindbrain

The cerebellum is vital in the role of normal speech.

19. The word "synaesthesia" is derived from which ancient language?

From Quiz The Mystery of Synaesthesia

Answer: Greek

The word "Synaesthesia" comes directly from the Greek (syn-) "union", and  (aísthesis) "sensation", thus meaning something akin to "a union of the senses".  "Synaesthesia" is the British English spelling of the word; in American English, it is often spelled "Synesthesia", without the "a". 

20. Which two parts of the brain are divided by the tentorium cerebelli?

From Quiz Neurology and Psychiatry

Answer: The cerebellum and the occipital lobe

The cerebellum and the occipital lobe of the cerebrum are divided by the tentorium cerebelli. The left and right cerebral hemisphere are connected via the corpus callosum and divided by the fissura longitudinalis cerebri. The pons and the medulla are both structures within the brain stem. Roughly it can be said that the brain stem and the cerebellum are divided by the aquaeductus mesencephali, tectum mesencephalicum and canalis centralis.

21. What is the connective tissue around an individual axon called?

From Quiz The Nervous System 101

Answer: Endoneurium

Perineurium is the covering around a group of axons. Epineurium is the covering around the entire nerve.

22. Which type of pain generally has the shortest duration?

From Quiz It PAINS Me

Answer: acute pain

Acute pain generally lasts from a few days to a few weeks. If pain is still felt after three to six months, it is classed as chronic.

23. Where is the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) secreted?

From Quiz Human Neuroanatomy

Answer: Choroid plexus

CSF is secreted from the choroid plexus (in the lateral ventricles) and reabsorbed at the arachnoid granulations.

24. What are the two parts of the nervous system?

From Quiz The Nervous System

Answer: Central and peripheral

The central nervous system consists of the brain and spinal cord. The peripheral nervous system includes the 12 pairs of cranial nerves and the 31 pairs of spinal nerves plus their branches.

25. What is the name of the tract that carries motor information down the spinal cord and into the body?

From Quiz Neurobiology

Answer: corticospinal tract

26. A fast adapting receptor is:

From Quiz Advanced Neuorobiology

Answer: Pacinican Corpuscles

Pacinian corpuscles, Meisner's corpuscles and hair follicles are fast adapting receptors in the skin. Merkel's and Ruffini's adapt slowly.

27. How many pairs of major nerves originate in the brain and are known as cranial nerves?

From Quiz The Cranial Nerves

Answer: 12

These twelve nerves originate in the brain, before they split into pairs and pass through apertures in the skull, called foramina. Cranial nerves provide for vision, hearing, balance, smell, taste, tactile sensations of the head, neck, ears, throat and larynx. They also control the muscles of the face, eyes, tongue, and neck areas.

28. The peripheral lobe is involved with the reception and processing of sensory information. 'Peripheral lobe' is nonsense - what is the actual lobe involved with processing sensory information?

From Quiz Neuroscientific Nonsense

Answer: Parietal lobe

The parietal lobe is part of the brain's cerebrum. It is one of the four major lobes of the cerebral cortex in mammals' brains. The parietal lobe is crucial for integrating sensory information and providing animals with spatial orientation. Parietal comes from the Latin word "paries" or "pariet-" for 'wall'.

29. The physical effects of caffeine are due to the way the caffeine molecule reacts with neurochemicals in the brain. Which neurotransmitter, known to promote sleep and suppress arousal, has a similar molecular structure to caffeine?

From Quiz This is Your Brain on Caffeine

Answer: Adenosine

Adenosine is one of the neurotransmitters responsible for making us sleepy. Because caffeine has a similar molecular structure (i.e. shape), it is able to bind to the adenosine receptors in the brain. By stopping the adenosine reaching our brain, coffee keeps us alert and stops us getting sleepy. The downside is that the brain fights back by making more adenosine receptors, which means more caffeine is needed to block the adenosine from getting through. This can cause regular coffee drinkers to build up a tolerance to caffeine, which means they need more coffee to keep them alert.

30. What is the most prominent type of neuronal cell in the central nervous system (CNS)?

From Quiz Diseases & Workings of the Central Nervous System

Answer: Pyramidal cells

Pyramidal cells account for 70% of cells in the CNS, while interneurons are more local and serve to enhance or inhibit pyramidal cells. Astrocytes are similar to interneurons, and blood cells are found everywhere in the body - not just the CNS.

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