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neuro%201%20anatomy - Neuroanatomy Why is the anatomy of...

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Neuroanatomy Why is the anatomy of the human brain so complex? Planes of section Spinal cord and peripheral nervous system Meninges Ventricles Development of the human nervous system
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Humans got Cortex (1 m 2 by 5mm thick)
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Brainstem vs. Cerebral Hemispheres
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Anatomical References Anterior - Posterior Rostral - Caudal Dorsal - Ventral Medial - Lateral Ipsilateral - Contralateral
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The bending of the Neuraxis in Humans A P A P Rostral Caudal
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Planes of Section Sagittal (slice the carrot) Horizontal (take a little off the top) Coronal (chop the carrot) Transverse (follow the neuraxis) Same as coronal for rats In humans, same as coronal rostrally, different as neuraxis bends
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The bending of the Neuraxis in Humans A P A P Rostral Caudal
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Spinal Cord
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Meninges
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Development: In the beginning
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Development Forebrain (prosencephalon) Diencephalon Thalamus Hypothalamus Telencephalon Cortex Basal telencephalon (basal ganglia)
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