THE BRAIN AND CRANIAL NERVES - Chapter 14- THE BRAIN AND...

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Chapter 14- THE BRAIN AND CRANIAL NERVESSection 14.11.• describe the major subdivisions and anatomical landmarks of the brain
1.• describe the locations of the gray and white matter of the brain
Section 14.2
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What is meningitis?
1.• describe the fluid-filled chambers within the brain
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name the openings between the ventricles1.• discuss the production, circulation, and function of the cerebrospinal fluid that fillsthese chambersthe CSF functions to regulate the chemical environment of the nervous tissue, rinse metabolicwaste, prevent the cranium striking against the brain fromjolt, and to allow the brain to attain aconsiderable size without being impaired by its own weight.choroid plexus-spongy mass of blood capillaries on the floor of each ventricleependymal cells-neuroglia that lines the ventricles and covers the choroid plexusboth produce CSF.3
what are the functions of CSF?

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Term
Fall
Professor
TLGillian
Tags
Gray matter, brain tissue

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