Organization of the Nervous System

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/28/11 Organization of the Nervous System Chapter 3
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9/28/11 Review The human communication system consists of the CNS and PNS The autonomic nervous system is subsumed under both
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9/28/11 Review Brain is divided into two hemispheres Communication between the two occurs through the corpus collosum In most people, the left hemisphere is the dominant hemisphere for language
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9/28/11 Review Important functional areas in the frontal lobe Primary motor cortex Broca’s area Important functional areas in the temporal lobe Heschl’s gyrus (primary auditory cortex) Wernicke’s area
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9/28/11 Review Brainstem consists of Midbrain Pons Medulla Contains the nuclei of most of the cranial nerves which controls the sensory input and motor output of the oral and facial musculature
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9/28/11 Review Basal ganglia (basal nuclei) groups of subcortical nuclei found deep with the brain – part of the extrapyramidal system Basal ganglia structures Caudate nucleus Putamen Globus pallidus
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9/28/11 Cortical Organization
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9/28/11 Peripheral Nervous System The cranial nerves with their roots and branches The peripheral nerves The peripheral parts of the autonomic nervous system
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9/28/11 Cranial Nerves Exit from the neuraxis at brainstem and uppermost part of the spinal cord Leave the brain and pass through the foramina of the skull to reach the sense organs or muscles of the face and neck
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9/28/11 Cranial Nerves All have some relation to speech and language 7 of the 12 are directly related to speech production
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Cranial Nerves V Trigeminal – Chewing and sensation to face, teeth, anterior tongue VII Facial – movement of facial muscles, taste, salivary glands VII Acoustic –
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course CSDS 7144 taught by Professor Larrimore during the Fall '11 term at Armstrong State University.

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