Handout - Lecture 3, part 1 - Neuroanatomy

Handout - Lecture 3, part 1 - Neuroanatomy - Neuroanatom y...

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Unformatted text preview: Neuroanatom y Going to the Going away from Peripheral Nervous System • Distinctions to make – Cranial nerves vs. spinal nerves • Cranial Nerves – Enter and exit the ventral side of the brain. – Some of the cranial nerves convey sensory information to the brain from the outside world.- Spinal Nerves- Concerned exclusively with sensory and motor activities within the body. Vision Olfactory Facial muscles Eye movement Taste Hearing Touch Peripheral Nervous System • Distinctions to make – Cranial nerves vs. spinal nerves – Somatic vs. Autonomic Nervous System – Somatic nervous system • Sensory (afferent) vs. motor (efferent) Brain S pi n al Efferent Afferent Afferent Efferent eye recepto To eye muscl cervic thoraci lumb sacr SENSORY MOTOR Peripheral Nervous System • Distinctions to make – Cranial nerves vs. spinal nerves – Somatic nervous system – Sensory (afferent) vs. motor (efferent) – Autonomic • Sympathetic vs. Parasympathetic Autonomic Nervous System • Composed of: • Afferents - carry sensory signals from internal organs to CNS • Efferents - carry motor signals from the CNS to internal organs • This system is involved in the regulation of the • internal environment...
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Handout - Lecture 3, part 1 - Neuroanatomy - Neuroanatom y...

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