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Introductory Lecture Syllabus TRACS site resources My web site Intro to neuroscience
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Orientation in the Nervous System The next three slides demonstrate anatomical terms for orientation.
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Figure A1 (B) Major planes of section of the brain (Part 2)
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The CNS can be divided into 7 basic parts
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Cerebrum + diencephalon = forebrain Medulla oblongata + pons + midbrain = brainstem Spinal cord comprises cervical, thoracic, lumbar, and cauda equina Associated structures dorsal root ganglia dorsal and ventral roots peripheral nerves
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Spinal cord and associated peripheral features
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Relationship of the spinal cord and spinal nerves to the vertebral column
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Internal structure of the spinal cord
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Structure of the spinal cord
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Surface anatomy of the cerebral hemisphere ~85% of human brain by weight surface area = 2.2 m 2 home of motor cortex home of somatosensory cortex
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Figure A10 Lateral view of the human brain
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Medial surface anatomy
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Figure A11 Views of the human brain (Part
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Unformatted text preview: 1) Figure A11 Views of the human brain (Part 2) Figure A11 Views of the human brain (Part 3) Figure A12 Midsagittal view of the human brain (Part 1) Figure A12 Midsagittal view of the human brain (Part 2) Figure A12 Midsagittal view of the human brain (Part 3) Figure A13 Major internal structures of the brain Figure A14 Internal structures of the brain seen in coronal section (Part 3) Figure A14 Internal structures of the brain seen in coronal section (Part 1) Figure A14 Internal structures of the brain seen in coronal section (Part 2) Figure A7 The locations of the cranial nerves as they enter or exit the midbrain, pons, and medulla Figure A18 The cellular basis of the blood-brain barrier Figure A21 The ventricular system of the human brain (Part 1) Figure A21 The ventricular system of the human brain (Part 2) Figure A21 The ventricular system of the human brain (Part 3)...
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