ANAT 2647 COMPREHENSIVE Lab and Models Study Guide

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Check List ·Review Model of Multipolar Neuron arachnoid arachnoid trabeculae subaraetmoid space pia mater denticulate ligament dorsal & ventral rootlelS dorsal & ventral roolS dorsal foot ganglion mixed spinal nerve dorsal & ventral r' rami MODEL du", dural sleeve Lab I Spinal Cord C-5 through T-I ventral rami Lab 2 Brachial Plexus upper, middle, lower BODY du", dural sleeve dural sac and lumbar cistern arachnoid pia denticulate ligament 'dorsal & ventral rootlets dorsal & ventral roots cauda equina dorsal rOOI ganglion mixed spinal nerve dorsal & ventral 1 0 rami filum tenninale & coccygeal ligament Trunks; Plexus roots; Divisions; anterior and posterior of each trunk Cords; medial, lateral, posterior Tenninal Branches; musculocutaneous, median, ulnar, axillary, radial; including their spinal cord contributions, course and muscles innervated Other Branches; dorsal scapular nerve, long thoracic, imercostobrachial, suprascapular, medial and lateral pectorals, medial brachial cutaneous, medial antebrachial
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Unformatted text preview: and lower subscapular, thoracodorsal, including their spinal cord contributions, course and muscles innervated Lab 3 Lumbosacral Plexus • Lumbar plexus Plexus roo~s L·] through L-4 Terminal Branches (Subcostal nerve) T12 Iliohypogastric nerve (TI2) Ll Ilioinguinal nerve LI Genitofemoral nerve LI. 2 Lateral femoral cUlaneous nerve L2, 3 Femoral nerve L2, 3, 4 posterior divisions Saphenous nerve 06115/05 21 • • • • [ 1. Dura mater 2. Arachnoid mater 3. Pia mater 4. Subarachnoid space (CSF) 5. Arachnoid trabeculae 6. Denticulate lig. (=Oentate lig.) [ 7. Dural sleeve 8. Arachnoid sleeve 9. Dorsal rootlets 10. Ventral rootlets 11. Dorsal root ganglion (=Spinal ganglion; PNS) 12. Dorsal root 13. Ventral root 14. (Mixed) Spinal nerve 15. Dorsal r Rami 16. Ventral 1 Rami...
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