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See What does your brain look like ?

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it is my attempt to extremely simplify the CNS anatomy of Basic CNS anatomical concept . hope it helps !

it is my attempt to extremely simplify the CNS anatomy of Basic CNS anatomical concept . hope it helps !

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  • 1. BY FAHAD
  • 2. STRUCTURE OF BRAIN Cerebrum (telencephalon) diencephalon Medulla oblongata pons Mid brain Cerebellum
  • 3. CEREBRUM
  • 4. CORONAL SECTION OF CEREBRUM Median longtitudinal fissure Superolateral surface Superomedial border Medial surface Inferior surface Inferiolateral border
  • 5. LATERAL SURFACE OF CEREBRUM CENTRAL SULCI FRONTAL POLE TEMPORAL POLE OCCIPITAL POLE LATERAL SULCI PARIETO-OCCIPITAL SULCUS PRE OCCPITAL NOTCH Supriomedial border Post. Rami of lat. sulcus
  • 6. MEDIAL SURFACE LIMBIC LOBE
  • 7. PRE CENTRAL SULCUS SUP. FRONTAL INF. FRONTAL POST CENTRAL SULCUS INTRA PARIETAL SULCUS SUP. TEMPORAL SULCUS LATERAL OCCIPITAL SULCUS POST CALCARINE SULCUS INFERIOR TEMPORAL SULCUS
  • 8. FUNCTIONAL AREA OF BRAIN MOTOR AREA PRE MOTOR AREA BROCA S AREA PRE FRONTAL AREA SENSORY AREA WERNICKE AREA AUDITOSENSORY AREA AUDITOPSYCHIC AREA VISUOPSYCHIC AREA VISUOSENSORY AREA Parietal area
  • 9. VENTRICLES
  • 10. VENTRICLES LATERAL VENTRICLE CEREBRAL AQUEDUCT pons THIRD VENTRICLE Central canal Fourth ventricle Medulla oblongata midbrain diencephalon cerebrum
  • 11. DIENCEPHALON
    • IT IS DIVIDED INTO
    • THALAMUS
    • METATHALAMUS
    • EPITHALAMUS
    • HYPOTHALAMUS
    • SUBTHALAMUS
  • 12. THALAMUS LATERAL VENTRICLE THALAMUS THIRD VENTRICLE
  • 13. META THALAMUS LATERAL GENICULATE MEDIAL GENICULATE Sup. and inf. colliculi
  • 14. EPITHALAMUS AND HYPOTHALAMUS PINEAL BODY FLOOR OF THIRD VENTRICLE LAMINA TERMINALIS HYPOTHALAMIC SULCUS Optic chiasma Post perforated substance
  • 15. SUBTHALAMUS SUBTHALAMUS Mid brain thalamus
  • 16. MID BRAIN
  • 17. MIDBRAIN TEGMENTUM CEREBRAL AQUEDUCT SUBSTANTIA NIGRA CRUS CEREBRI TECTUM MID BRAIN
  • 18. HIND BRAIN
    • IT CONSISTS OF :
    • CEREBELLUM
    • PONS
    • MEDULLA OBLONGATA
  • 19. CEREBELLUM MEDULLA PONS FOURTH VENTRICLE
  • 20. CORONAL SECTION MEDIAN VERMIS SUP. SURFACE POST. NOTCH ANT. NOTCH INF. SURFACE (VALLECULA)
  • 21. POSTEROLATERAL FISSUE HORIZONTAL FISSURE PRIMARY FISSURE MIDDLE LOBE ANT. LOBE FLOCCONODULAR LOBE
  • 22. PONS PONS
  • 23. MEDULLA OBLONNGATA V-SHAPED REGION OLIVE PYRAMID POST MEDIAN FISSURE ANT. MEDIAN FISSURE
  • 24. BLOOD SUPPLY OF BRAIN
  • 25. CIRCLE OF WILLIS ANT. CEREBRAL ARTERY POST. COMMUNICATING ARTEY POST. CEREBRAL ARTERY BASILAR ARTERY ANT. COMMUNICATING ARTERY ANT. AND POST. CHOROIDAL ARTERY POST CENTRAL POST LATERAL POST. MEDIAL
  • 26. LATERAL SURFACE OF CEREBRUM POST CEREBRAL ARTERY MIDDLE CEREBRAL ARTERY ANT. CEREBRAL ARTERY
  • 27. MEDIAL SURFACE OF CEREBRUM POST CEREBRAL ARTERY MIDDLE CEREBRAL ARTERY ANT. CEREBRAL ARTERY
  • 28. INFERIOR SURFACE OF CEREBRUM ANT CEREBRAL ARTERY MIDDLE CEREBRAL ARTERY POST CEREBRAL ARTERY
  • 29. VENOUS DRAINAGE RIGHT TRANSVERSE SINUS STRAIGHT SINUS INF. SAGITTAL SINUS SUP. SAGITTAL SINUS RT. AND LT. INTERNAL JUGULAR VEIN

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