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  • 1. Practical Neuroanatomy Lecture 1 Overview Christine Hulette MD [email_address] 684-3801 M214C Green Zone Duke South Leibman’s Neuroanatomy Made Easy and Understandable pages 1-9;76-88
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  • 9. Ependyma
  • 10. White Matter
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  • 12. CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM Brain and Spinal Cord PERIPERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM Cranial Nerves, Motor and Sensory Spinal Nerves, Motor and Sensory Ganglia Motor End Plate Sensory Receptors Autonomic Nervous System
  • 13. Cells Of The Nervous System
    • Neurons
      • Axon
      • Dendrite
      • Synapse
    • Supporting Cells
      • Central Nervous System
        • Astrocytes
        • Oligodendroglia
        • Microglia
        • Ependyma
      • Peripheral Nervous System
        • Satellite Cells
        • Schwann Cells
  • 14. TELENCEPHALON Cerebral Hemispheres Basal Ganglia
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  • 19. DIENCEPHALON Thalamus Hypothalamus Epithalamus
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  • 22. EPITHALAMUS Pineal Habenula
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  • 24. MESENCEPHALON Tectum (superior) Tegmentum (inferior) Cranial nerve III, IV nuclei Red Nucleus Substantia Nigra Cerebral Peduncle
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  • 27. PONS AND CEREBELLUM Archicerebellum- maintains equilibrium Paleocerebellum- maintains muscle tone Neocerebellum- controls coordination Pons - bridge Cranial nerves V, VI, VII
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  • 32. MEDULLA Cranial nerves VIII through XII Pyramids Inferior Olives
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  • 34. SPINAL CORD Dorsal (posterior) - proprioception Lateral - corticospinal tract Ventral (anterior horn) - lower motor neurons Spinal Nerves
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  • 40. BRODMANN AREAS
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  • 44. MAJOR COVERINGS SKULL AND MENINGES Scalp Skull Dura Mater Arachnoid Mater Pia Mater
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  • 50. BLOOD SUPPLY
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  • 56. CEREBROSPIONAL FLUID AND VENTRICLES
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  • 64. MICROSCOPIC NEUROHISTOLOGY MAJOR SYSTEMS TELENCEPHALON DIENCEPHALALON MESENCEPHALON CEREBELLUM AND PONS MEDULLA SPINAL CORD BRODMANN AREAS SKULL AND MENINGES BLOOD SUPPLY CERBROSPINAL FLUID