3 basal ganglia _corrected

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"As the disease progresses the mind becomes more  or less impaired, in many accounting to insanity, while  in others mind and body gradually fail until death  relieves them of their suffering."
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Striatum Globus Pallidus (Palladium) pas externa and pars interna Substania Nigra Gross Anatomy of the Basal Ganglia * * * * * *
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Connections within and inputs to the Basal  Ganglia Active unless inhibited Silent unless excited
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Topography and functional divisions of the striatum
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Striasomes in the striatum and their localized  columnar projections to the Substantia Nigra striasome matrix
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The Basal Ganglia have diverse functions A) Non-Motor Loops Executive/Prefrontal Loop Limbic Loop (involved with conditions like obsessive compulsive disorder  and and Tourette's) Oculomotor Loop  (we'll cover eye movements in another lecture) B) Motor Loops Two main Motor Pathways:  (the idea to divide the circuits into two  pathways fits in with models of the two best known diseases involving the basal ganglia, 
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