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II. Nervous system E. Central nervous system 4. Spinal cord
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II. Nervous system E. Central nervous system 4. Spinal cord a. General characteristics
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II. Nervous system E. Central nervous system 4. Spinal cord a. General characteristics - Continuous with brain stem
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II. Nervous system E. Central nervous system 4. Spinal cord a. General characteristics - Continuous with brain stem - Allows for sensory & motor info of body inferior to head
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II. Nervous system E. Central nervous system 4. Spinal cord a. General characteristics - Continuous with brain stem - Allows for sensory & motor info of body inferior to head - Occupies vertebral canal
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- Allows for sensory & motor info of body inferior to head - Occupies vertebral canal b. Gross features
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- Allows for sensory & motor info of body inferior to head - Occupies vertebral canal b. Gross features Enlargements (2):
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- Allows for sensory & motor info of body inferior to head - Occupies vertebral canal b. Gross features Enlargements (2): - Cervical
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- Allows for sensory & motor info of body inferior to head - Occupies vertebral canal b. Gross features Enlargements (2): - Cervical (brachial plexus)
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- Allows for sensory & motor info of body inferior to head - Occupies vertebral canal b. Gross features Enlargements (2): - Cervical (brachial plexus) - Lumbosacral
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- Allows for sensory & motor info of body inferior to head - Occupies vertebral canal b. Gross features Enlargements (2): - Cervical (brachial plexus) - Lumbosacral (Lumbar plexus)
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- Cervical (brachial plexus) - Lumbosacral (Lumbar plexus) - Medullary Cone-
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- Cervical (brachial plexus) - Lumbosacral (Lumbar plexus) - Medullary Cone- end of S.C.
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- Cervical (brachial plexus) - Lumbosacral (Lumbar plexus) - Medullary Cone- end of S.C. (L1)
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- Cervical (brachial plexus) - Lumbosacral (Lumbar plexus) - Medullary Cone- end of S.C. (L1) - Cauda equina:
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- Cervical (brachial plexus) - Lumbosacral (Lumbar plexus) - Medullary Cone- end of S.C. (L1) - Cauda equina: Extended rootlets
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- Cervical (brachial plexus) - Lumbosacral (Lumbar plexus) - Medullary Cone- end of S.C. (L1) - Cauda equina: Extended rootlets - Filum terminale-
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- Medullary Cone- end of S.C. (L1) - Cauda equina: Extended rootlets - Filum terminale- extension of pia mater
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- Medullary Cone- end of S.C. (L1) - Cauda equina: Extended rootlets - Filum terminale- extension of pia mater (Anchor)
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This note was uploaded on 06/06/2011 for the course BIO 180 taught by Professor Sarahbales during the Spring '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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