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MT13 Clinical Anatomy and Physiology for Med Lab Science Laboratory Worksheet | SU - ICLSActivity 2Gross Anatomy of the Brain and Cranial NervesName: CABAHUG, MARY ABBYGALE M. Lab Time/Date: 13:00-16:00 TFExercise 2. The Human Brain1. Match the letters on the diagram of the human brain (right lateral view) to the appropriate terms listedat the left.___h___ 1. frontal lobe___b___ 2. parietal lobe___j___ 3. temporal lobe___f___ 4. precentral gyrus___c___ 5. parieto-occipital sulcus___a___ 6. postcentral gyrus___i___ 7. lateral sulcus___l___ 10. medulla___g___ 8. central sulcus___d___ 11. occipital lobe___e___ 9. Cerebellum___k___ 12. Pons2. Identify the structures on the following sagittal view of the human brain stem and diencephalon bymatching the numbered areas to the proper terms in the list.__18___a. cerebellum___15___ b. cerebral aqueduct____1___ c. (small part of) cerebralHemisphere___14___ d. cerebral peduncle___10___ e. choroid plexus___13___ f. corpora quadrigemina____2___ g. corpus callosum____4___ h. fornix___16___ i. fourth ventricle____6___ j. hypothalamus____5___ k. interthalamic adhesion____7____ n. optic chiasma____17___ q. pons

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temporal lobe, fourth ventricle, Glossopharyngeal nerve, cerebral aqueduct

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