Exercise 19 - Gross Anatomy of the Brain & Cranial Nerves

Exercise 19 - Gross Anatomy of the Brain & Cranial Nerves

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EXERCISE 19 – GROSS ANATOMY OF BRAIN AND CRANIAL NERVES OBJECTIVES 1. To identify the important brain structures and state their functions. 2. To define and identify gyri, fissures, and sulci. 3. To describe the composition of gray and white matter. 4. To identify the three meningeal layers and state their function. 5. To state the formation, circulation, and drainage of cerebrospinal fluid. 6. To state the function of the arachnoid villi and dural sinuses. 7. To identify the cranial nerves by number and name, stating the function of each. ACTIVITY 1, 2, 3: IDENTIFYING BRAIN STRUCTURES AND CRANIAL NERVES Human brain models (see list) Sheep brain dissection (see list) Human Brain: LOBES (superior, lateral, inferior views): frontal, parietal, temporal, occipital FISSURES/SULCI longitudinal fissure lateral sulcus transverse fissure SAGITTAL VIEW corpus callosum thalamus (with intermediate mass) pineal body hypothalamus optic chiasma pituitary gland (= hypophysis) mammillary bodies pons medulla (oblongata)
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Exercise 19 - Gross Anatomy of the Brain & Cranial Nerves

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