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Study guide for lecture 1 1—Be able to identify the major geographical directions for the brain (e.g., anterior-posterior; axial, saggital, coronal…) 2—Give a brief description of the major subdivisions of the central nervous system : spinal cord, brainstem (medulla pons midbrain), cerebellum, subcortical (hypothalamus, thalamus, subcortical), cortex. 3—What are the four (five?) cortical lobes? Give a brief description of the major functions residing in those lobes. 4—Identify several of the sulci and gyri of the brain; gyri: precentral postcentral cingulate, superior middle inferior frontal (orbital, frontal pole), superior middle inferior temporal, supramarginal angular; calcarine; sulci: central, Sylvian-fissure, precentral postcentral .
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5—Briefly describe the physical rationale for the Brodmann classification system; name two or three Brodmann areas and what their function is.Study guide for Lecture 2 1—Name and describe the three main magnetic fields of the MRI. What effect does each field have on water atoms / molecules? 2—Briefly describe the “T1 relaxation time” and “T2 relaxation time”. What is a “T1-weighted MRI” and a “T2-weighted MRI” in terms of these relaxation
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