Brain practical

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Brain practical

  1. 1. Pons
  2. 2. Temporal lobe
  3. 3. Frontal lobe
  4. 4. Parietal lobe
  5. 5. cerebellum
  6. 6. Occipital lobe
  7. 7. Central sulcustowards the front of brain: precentral gyrus towards the back: postcentral gyrus
  8. 8. medulla
  9. 9. Facial and vestibulocochlear nerves
  10. 10. Optic tract
  11. 11. Optic nerve
  12. 12. Optic chiasm
  13. 13. Trigeminal nerve
  14. 14. Olfactory bulb
  15. 15. Lateral sulcus (fissure)
  16. 16. Olfactory tract
  17. 17. Mammillary body
  18. 18. Longitudinal fissure
  19. 19. thalamus
  20. 20. pineal
  21. 21. Fourth ventricle
  22. 22. Cerebral aqueduct
  23. 23. Central canal
  24. 24. Interventricular foramen (of Munro)
  25. 25. Choroid plexus
  26. 26. hypothalamus
  27. 27. 1. Corpus callosum2. Thalamus3. Hypothalamus4. Midbrain5. Parietal lobe6. Pineal body7. Occipital lobe8. Fourth ventricle9. medulla
  28. 28. 1 2
  29. 29. 1. Superior colliculus2. Inferior colliculus
  30. 30. Falx cerebri: dura mater formation between cerebral hemispheres Tentorium cerebelli: between cerebrum and cerebellum
  31. 31. 1. Interventricular foramen2. Mamillary body3. Optic nerve4. Temporal lobe5. Choroid plexus6. Cerebral aqueduct7. Crebellum8. pons
  32. 32. 1. Frontal lobe2. Temporal lobe3. Pons4. Cerebellum5. Longitudinal fissure6. Olfactory bulb7. Optic chiasm8. Vestibulocochlear nerve
  33. 33. 1. Olfactory tract2. Temporal lobe3. Optic tract4. Trigeminal nerve5. Optic nerve6. Mamillary body7. Pons8. Medulla oblongata

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