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Chapter 10 – Vascular system Anterior & posterior circulation (figure 10.2) CIRCLE OF WILLIS (figure 10.3) Common sites of intracranial aneurysms (figure 5.20, page 151) Images of aneurysms (pages 419-421) Hemorrhage (Chapter 5, pages 147-152) Cerebral arteries (figures 10.4, 10.6 & 10.7) Anterior (ACA) Middle (MCA) Posterior (PCA) Regions (figure 10.5) Thalamus and adjacent structures (figure 10.8) Transient ischemic attack (TIA) and episodes (Table 10.2) Stroke risk factors Aspirin and anticoagulation Carotid stenosis Venous drainage (figure 10.11) Sagittal sinus thrombosis Chapter 12 – Cranial nerves Overview (Table 12.1) Where do the CNs originate? (Figure 12.2) Functional categories (Table 12.4) Additional figures that will help you in understanding the CNs 12.6, p 507 – CNIII, CNVII, CNIX, CNX (Parasympathetic pathways) 12.7, p 508 – CNV 12.10, p 514 – CNVII 12.15, p 520 – CNVIII 12.20, p 531 – CNIX 12.21, p 533 – CNX
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Chapter 13 – Eye movement Muscles of the eye (figure 13.1) Innervation of eye muscles (Table 13.1) Chapter 14 – Brainstem Components (Figure 14.1-2) Tectum Tegmentum Basis Pons Medulla Substantia nigra – midbrain nucleus between the red nucleus and cerebral peduncle. Dopaminergic projections to the striatum. Inputs
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