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– cannot be seen on this model; are deep within the cerebellum. Same is true of theCerebral Nuclei where you had to use the Plasticene Model to see them.Cerebellar Peduncles– have no number, remember comments above about why the cerebellum of thesebrain models keep falling off!Section 14.4: The Forebrain - 528Subsection: The Thalamus – First Paragraph Only2Thalamic Masses(a right one and a left one) of theThalamus(#21)Medial Geniculate Body of Thalamus(#26) discussed with Hearing in lectureLateral Geniculate Body of Thalamus(#27) discussed with Vision in lecture1Intermediate Mass– dark dot in the center of #21; the commissure between the two Thalamic massesSubsection: The Hypothalamus – First Paragraph OnlyHypothalamus(#22)Cranial Nerve II– Optic Nerve (#24)Optic Chiasm (Optic Chiasma)– “X-shape”, has no numberOptic Tracts– extend posteriorly from the optic chiasma; have no numberMammillary Bodies– no number, two “bumps” in this regionInfundibulum- stalk attaching the Pituitary Gland to the Hypothalamus; has no numberPituitary Gland (Hypophysis)(#23)Subsection: Epithalamus – Entire ParagraphPineal Body(# 25)Habenula- has no number; it is the “straight-line” attached to the Pineal BodySubsection: Cerebrum – Page 530“Sub-Subsection”: Gross AnatomyLateral Ventricles(#7 is indicating one of them; also see Ventricles Model)8
Longitudinal FissureCorpus Callosum(#8)Gyri– from previouslySulci– from previouslyCerebral Hemispheres– from previouslyFrontal Lobe(#1)Central Sulcus– no number; groove that divides the Frontal Lobe from the Parietal LobeParietal Lobe(#2)Parieto-occipital Sulcus– must look on medial side of model; it is the groove that divides the ParietalLobe from the Occipital Lobe; no numberOccipital Lobe(#4)Temporal Lobe(#3)Lateral Sulcus– no number; it is the groove that divides the Temporal lobe from the Parietal and FrontalLobesInsula(#5) – see Figure 14.13, 14.14 and 14.16.“Sub-Subsections: The Cerebral White Matter, Cerebral Cortex and Basal Nuclei(Cerebral Nuclei)Already covered above on page 2 of this packet.Subsection: Limbic System – First Paragraph only (page 533)You have already found many of the parts of the Limbic System. See Figure 14.17 for these additional parts:Cingulate GyrusHippocampus(#6)Amygdala– not on model because it is deep; not on the plasticene model because it is inferior to theplane of section. Use Figure 14.17 in SaladinOlfactory Bulbs– no number; look oval in shape on inferior side of Frontal LobeOlfactory Tracts– no number; attach to the olfactory bulbs and then travel posteriorlyFornix(#9)Be sure to know the “parts” of the Limbic System. They include other structures that you have found previouslybesides those listed here.9

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