Lab_3_Brain, Spinal Cord & Cranial Nerves

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Lab 3 1 FUNCTIONAL HUMAN ANATOMY LAB #3 Brain, Spinal Cord and Cranial Nerves BRAIN: Frontal lobes Temporal lobes Parietal lobes Occipital lobes Cerebellum Pons Meninges and spaces: (superficial to deep - can be seen in both the brain and spinal cord) Epidural space (potential space in the cranium; actual space in the vertebral canal) Arachnoid matter (very thin, transparent, easier to probe in the brain) 12 CRANIAL NERVES: (know general innervations/functions) (CN I) Olfactory (CN II) Optic Motor and sensory; motor to the muscles of mastication; sensory - teeth, skin of face Correspond to the flat bones of the skull that cover the parts of the cerebrum Medulla Oblongata (typically where the brain is severed during dissection) Corpus Callosum (where the cerebral hemispheres join; can be seen within the longitudinal cerebral fissure) Dura matter (very thick, easily palpable, opaque) Sub-dural space Sub-arachnoid space (contains CSF fluid and much vasculature) Pia matter (non-dissectable)
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2012 for the course CELL BIO & 377 taught by Professor Golfetti during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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