Brain and Cranial Nerves LH '08

Brain and Cranial Nerves LH '08 - Brain and Cranial Nerves...

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Brain and Cranial Nerves April 30 th st th , 2008 What to Prepare for Class Readings and Information Chapter 15: The Brain and the Cranial Nerves (pp. 413- 454) in Human Anatomy APR CD – Nervous System Dissection : Brain – all, Cranial Nerves - all Animation : Divisions of the Brain, Meninges, CSF Flow & Dural Sinus Blood Flow Histology : none Radiology : Brain all views Read article: “The anatomy of a head injury” at http://bstr301.biostr.washington.edu/Special_Information/special_information.html Something to think about BEFORE class 1. How do brain injuries happen? How is the brain damaged after a traumatic head injury? 2. What would be the most obvious effects of lesions that destroyed each of the following: (a) hippocampus, (b) Broca’s area, (c) the occipital lobe, (d) the hypoglossal nerve and (e) the cerebellum. Lecture Objectives - by the end of class, can you…. Identify the cerebrum, diencephalon, brain stem and cerebellum on a brain (pg 414, Fig 15.1).
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2008 for the course BIO STR 301 taught by Professor Pittack during the Spring '08 term at University of Washington.

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