anatomylab6 - Anatomy 113 Neuroanatomy Lab I: Spinal Cord...

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Anatomy 113 (1) Examine the meninges covering the spinal cord. Identify the dura , arachnoid , and pia mater . Gently place a probe under the arachnoid mater. What is normally located in this space? Remember that these coverings also surround the brain. (2) What are the characteristics of the following? a. Dura- b. Arachnoid- c. Pia- (3) Locate the conus medullaris . Notice a thin cord attached to it. What is this cord? (4) Identify the cauda equina . What is it composed of? (5) Look at the cut edge of the spinal cord. Differentiate the gray from the white matter. What does each contain? 1 Neuroanatomy Lab I: Spinal Cord
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THE SPINAL CORD Locate and label the following: 2 Brachial plexus Cauda equina Cervical plexus Conus medullaris Filum terminale Lumbar plexus Sacral plexus Spinal nerve
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SPINAL COLUMN CROSS-SECTION Locate and label the following: Dura mater Ventral Horn (Gray matter) Arachnoid mater Ventral root Pia mater Dorsal root Subarachnoid space Dorsal root ganglion Epidural space
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2009 for the course ANA 113 taught by Professor Tamburlin during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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anatomylab6 - Anatomy 113 Neuroanatomy Lab I: Spinal Cord...

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