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  • 1. ANAT 321 REVIEW LABORATORY 4 NEUROANATOMY LAB
  • 2. REVIEW: LAB 4
    • The putamen, globus pallidus, and caudate nucleus comprise subcortical telencephalic nuclei referred to collectively as the "basal ganglia".
  • 3. HEMISPHERES BASAL GANGLIA Courtesy of Digital Anatomist Project at Univ. of Washington Caudate nucleus putamen amygdala Caudate nucleus Globus pallidus putamen
  • 4. REVIEW: LAB 4
    • These structures contribute to the modulation of movement, posture, and muscle tone and will be dealt with in lecture.
  • 5. HEMISPHERES BASAL GANGLIA Caudate nucleus Thalamus Amygdala
  • 6. anterior posterior HEMISPHERES HORIZONTAL SECTIONS Courtesy of Digital Anatomist Project at Univ. of Washington
  • 7. anterior posterior Internal capsule HEMISPHERES HORIZONTAL SECTIONS Courtesy of Digital Anatomist Project at Univ. of Washington Caudate nucleus Lateral ventricles Corpus callosum Thalamus Corpus callosum fornix Septum pellucidum Extreme capsule External capsule Claustrum insula Putamen Anterior limb genu Posterior limb
  • 8. anterior posterior HEMISPHERES HORIZONTAL SECTIONS
  • 9. anterior posterior Internal capsule HEMISPHERES HORIZONTAL SECTIONS Corpus callosum Corpus callosum Septum pellucidum Extreme capsule External capsule Claustrum insula Putamen Anterior limb genu Posterior limb Lateral ventricles Caudate nucleus Thalamus fornix Globus pallidus
  • 10. anterior posterior HEMISPHERES HORIZONTAL SECTIONS
  • 11. anterior posterior HEMISPHERES HORIZONTAL SECTIONS Lateral ventricles Corpus callosum Thalamus Septum pellucidum Insula anterior limb posterior limb genu Caudate nucleus Putamen Internal capsule fornix
  • 12. HEMISPHERES CORONAL SECTIONS Courtesy of Digital Anatomist Project at Univ. of Washington
  • 13. HEMISPHERES CORONAL SECTIONS Caudate nucleus putamen Internal capsule External capsule extreme capsule clastrum insula Globus pallidus Lateral ventricle Septum pellucidum fornix hypothalamus 3 rd ventricle
  • 14. HEMISPHERES CORONAL SECTIONS Courtesy of Digital Anatomist Project at Univ. of Washington
  • 15. HEMISPHERES CORONAL SECTIONS Courtesy of Digital Anatomist Project at Univ. of Washington Caudate nucleus Putamen Internal capsule External capsule Extreme capsule Clastrum Insula Globus pallidus Lateral ventricle (body) Septum pellucidum 3 rd ventricle hippocampus Lateral ventricle Corpus callosum Caudate nucleus (tail) Fornix Thalamus
  • 16. REVIEW: LAB 4
    • What structure forms the floor of the inferior horn of the lateral ventricle?
    Courtesy of Digital Anatomist Project at Univ. of Washington
    • Answer?
      • The hippocampus
  • 17. REVIEW: LAB 4
    • What structures does the anterior limb of the internal capsule separate?
    • Answer:
      • The caudate nucleus and the putamen and globus pallidus
    Courtesy of Digital Anatomist Project at Univ. of Washington
  • 18. REVIEW: LAB 4
    • What structure lies between the external capsule and the extreme capsule?
    Courtesy of Digital Anatomist Project at Univ. of Washington
    • Answer:
      • The claustrum
  • 19. REVIEW: LAB 4
    • What structure courses beneath the septum pellucidum?
    Courtesy of Digital Anatomist Project at Univ. of Washington
    • Answer:
      • The fornix
  • 20. QUIZ
  • 21. A B C D E
  • 22. Answer Key
      • A: caudate nucleus
      • B: putamen
      • C: hippocampus
      • D: insula
      • E: septum pellucidum
  • 23. A B C D E
  • 24. Answer Key
      • A: corpus callosum
      • B: caudate nucleus
      • C: genu of internal capsule
      • D: thalamus
      • E: extreme capsule
  • 25. A B C D E
  • 26. Answer Key
      • A: cingulate gyrus
      • B: putamen
      • C: globus pallidus
      • D: corpus callosum
      • E: claustrum