Neuro 2
A   B   CD   E            2
• A: Caudal midbrain• B: Rostral pons• C: Rostral midbrain• D: Caudal pons• E: Mid Pons                        3
A   B        DC        E            4
• B: Spinomedullary junction• A: Caudal medulla• C: Rostral medulla• D: Cervical Spinal cord• E: Thoracic spinal cord     ...
1                          2     What is the Region?                               4 3                                   6
• 1: Mesencephalic-diencephalic junction• 2: Hypothalamus- mamillary zone• 3: Hypothalamus- tuberal zone• 4: Hypothalamus-...
Where is this sectionWhat is this region (A and B)?                                             I                         ...
Hypothalamus- Supraoptic         (suprachiasmatic) zone        (Fornix, optic chiasm to median eminence, looks like an owl...
What level is this?                                             E                      J   K                              ...
Caudal Midbrain                (Inferior colliculus, “tee”, Preaqueductal gray)•   A: Decussation of superior cerebellar p...
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What is this region/slice?What is the zone A and B?                                                     D                 ...
Hypothalamus- mamillary zone   (Mamillary bodies, mamilothalamic tract, fornix harder to see, elephants)• A: Lateral regio...
What is this region?What is the zone in A and B?                                   C                                    G ...
Hypothalamus- Tuberal zone       (fornix, median eminence, looks like a blue jay or cardinal)• A: Lateral region• B: Media...
What Region?                   C                           A               G                           H                  ...
Mesencephalic-diencephalic              nucleus                  (posterior commissure, pretectal nuclei)•   A: Posterior ...
What level is this?Name A-M                                          H            L                                     M ...
Rostral Midbrain        (Substantia nigra and red nucleus present, no “tee” for the golf ball)• A: Superior cerebellar ped...
What section is this?                           A                            B       C                                    ...
Caudal Pons                  (basilar pons, disappearing inferior olivary nucleus)• A: Deep cerebellar nuclei (I failed my...
What level is this?                                                 Q                                     G               ...
Mid Pons•   A: Pontine nuclei               M: Mesencephalic nucleus of V•   B: Trapezoid body               N: Lateral le...
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Rostral Pons• A: Medial lemniscus• B: Transverse pontine (pontocerebellar) fibers• C: Superior cerebellar peduncle• D: Loc...
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Spinomedullary Junction• A: Central canal                   J:Dorsal spinocerebellar tract• B: Spinal trigeminal nucleus  ...
What section is this?                                        L                                D                           ...
Caudal Medulla•   A: Pyramid                         N: Spinal lemniscus•   B: Ventral spinocerebellar tract    -Hypothala...
What section is this?                                                                        J                            ...
Rostral medulla                                    (olives and pyramids)• A: Medial longitudinal Fasciculus              P...
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Cervical spinal cord• A: Dorsointermediate sulcus        P: Anterior white commissure• B: Lateral corticospinal tract     ...
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  • Neuro 2 practice quiz (1)

    1. 1. Neuro 2
    2. 2. A B CD E 2
    3. 3. • A: Caudal midbrain• B: Rostral pons• C: Rostral midbrain• D: Caudal pons• E: Mid Pons 3
    4. 4. A B DC E 4
    5. 5. • B: Spinomedullary junction• A: Caudal medulla• C: Rostral medulla• D: Cervical Spinal cord• E: Thoracic spinal cord 5
    6. 6. 1 2 What is the Region? 4 3 6
    7. 7. • 1: Mesencephalic-diencephalic junction• 2: Hypothalamus- mamillary zone• 3: Hypothalamus- tuberal zone• 4: Hypothalamus- Supraoptic (suprachiasmatic) zone 7
    8. 8. Where is this sectionWhat is this region (A and B)? I F I C A B D H E G
    9. 9. Hypothalamus- Supraoptic (suprachiasmatic) zone (Fornix, optic chiasm to median eminence, looks like an owl or hawk)• A: Medial region of hypothalamus• B: Lateral region of hypothalalmus• C: Fornix• D: Lateral hypothalamic nucleus• E: Suprachiasmatic hypothalamic nucleus• F: Paraventricular hypothalamic nucleus• G: Supraoptic hypothalamic nucleus• H: Anterior hypothalamic nucleus• I: Third ventricle and hypothalamic sulcus 9
    10. 10. What level is this? E J K H I D G F B Text A C
    11. 11. Caudal Midbrain (Inferior colliculus, “tee”, Preaqueductal gray)• A: Decussation of superior cerebellar peduncle• B: Medial Lemniscus• C: Crus Cerebri• D: Trochlear Nucleus• E: Lateral lemniscus• F: Medial longitudinal fasciculus• G: Central tegmental tract• H: Cerebral aqueduct of Sylvius• I: Spinal lemniscus• J: Inferior colliculus 11
    12. 12. 12
    13. 13. What is this region/slice?What is the zone A and B? D E F I A C B H
    14. 14. Hypothalamus- mamillary zone (Mamillary bodies, mamilothalamic tract, fornix harder to see, elephants)• A: Lateral region• B: Medial region• C: Lateral hypothalamic nucleus• D: Mamillothalamic tract• E: Posterior hypothalamic nucleus• F: hypothalamic sulcus• H: Mamillary body nuclei• I: Fornix 14
    15. 15. What is this region?What is the zone in A and B? C G D H F B A E
    16. 16. Hypothalamus- Tuberal zone (fornix, median eminence, looks like a blue jay or cardinal)• A: Lateral region• B: Medial region• C: hypothalamic sulcus• D: Fornix• E: arcuate hypothalamic nucleus• F: Lateral hypothalamic nucleus• G: Dorsomedial hypothalamic nucleus• H: Ventromedial hypothalamic nucleus 16
    17. 17. What Region? C A G H E B F D
    18. 18. Mesencephalic-diencephalic nucleus (posterior commissure, pretectal nuclei)• A: Posterior Commissure• B: Medial geniculate nucleus• C: Pulvinar• D: Cerebral aqueduct of Sylvius (not on list?)• E: Brachium of the inferior colliculus• F: Lateral geniculate nucleus• G: Brachium of the superior colliculus• H: pretectal nuclei 18
    19. 19. What level is this?Name A-M H L M K G J C F I E A D B
    20. 20. Rostral Midbrain (Substantia nigra and red nucleus present, no “tee” for the golf ball)• A: Superior cerebellar peduncle• B: Crus cerebri• C: Edinger-Westphal nucleus• D: Substantia nigra• E: Red nucleus• F: Medial longitudinal fasciculus• G: Cerebral aqueduct (not on list?)• H: Superior colliculus• I: Oculomotor nucleus• J: Medial lemniscus• K: Periaqueductal gray• L: Brachium of the inferior colliculus• M: Spinal lemniscus 20
    21. 21. What section is this? A B C D E G T X W H Y V Z O I N U L R Q S 1 P K 1 M J F
    22. 22. Caudal Pons (basilar pons, disappearing inferior olivary nucleus)• A: Deep cerebellar nuclei (I failed my GED medial to lateral) – B: Dentate nucleus (looks like dentition) P: Spinal Lemniscus – C: Emboliform nucleus (embryo) Q: Central tegmental tract – D: Globose nucleus (globs) R: Facial motor nucleus – E: Fastigal nucleus (fastest) S: Superior olivary nucleus• F: Pontine nuclei T: Fourth ventricle• G: Inferior cerebellar peduncle U: Spinal trigeminal nucleus• H: Genu of the facial nerve V: Fibers of facial nerve• I: Medial longitudinal fasciculus W: Superior olivary nucleus• J: Corticospinal tract X: Vestibular nuclei (GSA)• K: Trapezoid body Y: Superior vestibular nucleus• L: Spinal trigeminal tract Z: Lateral vestibular nucleus• M: Pontocerebellar (transverse pontine) fibers 1: Medial lemniscus• N: Middle cerebellar peduncle 22• O: Abducens nucleus
    23. 23. What level is this? Q G M R C L H P K D NO F I A B E J A
    24. 24. Mid Pons• A: Pontine nuclei M: Mesencephalic nucleus of V• B: Trapezoid body N: Lateral lemniscus• C: Mesencephalic tract of the trigeminal nerve• D: Fibers of the trigeminal nerve• E: Corticospinal tract O: Superior olivary nucleus• F: Middle cerebellar peduncle P: Motor nucleus of the V nerve• G: Fourth ventricle Q: Superior cerebellar peduncle• H: Chief sensory nucleus of the trigeminal nerve• I: Spinal lemniscus R: Dorsal longitudinal fasiculus• J: transverse pontine fibers• K: Central tegmental tract• L: Medial longitudinal fasciculus 24
    25. 25. What section is this? D K G M C J E H I A L F B F
    26. 26. Rostral Pons• A: Medial lemniscus• B: Transverse pontine (pontocerebellar) fibers• C: Superior cerebellar peduncle• D: Locus ceruleus (blue spot)• E: Medial longitudinal fasciculus• F: Corticospinal tract• G: Fourth ventricle• H: Lateral lemniscus• I: Spinal lemnisucs• J: Central tegmental tract• K: Mesencephalic tract and nucleus of the trigeminal nerve• L: pontine nuclei• M: Dorsal longitudinal fasciculus 26
    27. 27. What Section is this? I D F G K B J A C H E
    28. 28. Spinomedullary Junction• A: Central canal J:Dorsal spinocerebellar tract• B: Spinal trigeminal nucleus K: Nucleus cuneatus• C: Ventral spinocerebellar tract• D: Nucleus gracilis• E: Pyramidal decussation• F: Fasciculus cuneatus• G: Spinal trigeminal tract• H: Spinal lemniscus – Hypothalamic-autonomic tract (de) – spinothalamic tract – Ventral trigeminothalamic tract• I: Fasiculus gracilis 28
    29. 29. What section is this? L D H C I M G K E N B F J A
    30. 30. Caudal Medulla• A: Pyramid N: Spinal lemniscus• B: Ventral spinocerebellar tract -Hypothalamic-autonomic tract• C: Lateral cuneate nucleus -Spinothalamic tract• D: Nucleus gracilis -ventrotrigeminothalamic tract• E: Spinal trigeminal nucleus• F: Medial Lemniscus• G: Spinal trigeminal tract• H: Fasciculus cuneatus• I: Nucleus cuneatus• J: Internal arcuate fibers• K: Dorsal spinocerebellar tract• L:Fasciculus gracilis 30• M: Central canal
    31. 31. What section is this? J L D P E K O Q S R I C M A N F H B G
    32. 32. Rostral medulla (olives and pyramids)• A: Medial longitudinal Fasciculus P: Dorsal longitudinal fasciculus• B: Medial lemniscus Q: nucleus of the solitary tract• C: Ventral cochlear nucleus R: Hypoglossal nucleus• D: Medial vestibular nucleus S: Dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus• E: Inferior vestibular nucleus• F: Spinal lemniscus• G: Pyramid• H: Inferior olivary complex• I: Spinal trigeminal nucleus• J: Dorsal cochlear nucleus• K: Solitary tract• L: Fourth ventricle• M: Spinal trigeminal tract• N: Nucleus ambiguus 32• O: Inferior cerebellar peduncle
    33. 33. G
    34. 34. R A H Z M T G S N B F E V O U PL Q J I X K C D Y W
    35. 35. Cervical spinal cord• A: Dorsointermediate sulcus P: Anterior white commissure• B: Lateral corticospinal tract Q: Lateral reticulospinal tract• C: Lateral vestibulospinal tract R: Dorsal funiculus• D: Medial reticulospinal tract S: Lissauers’s tract• E: Rubrospinal tract T: Dorsal Spinocerebellar tract• F: Body of the dorsal horn U: Central canal• G: Fasciculus gracilis V: Clarke’s nucleus• H: Dorsal horn W: Ventral funiculus• I: Spinothalamic tract X: Medial vestibulospinal tract• J: Ventral horn Y: Ventrolateral sulcus• K: Anterior corticospinal tract Z: Dorsolateral sulcus• L: Ventral Spinocerebellar tract -dorsal root entry zone• M: Fasciculus cuneatus• N: Substantia gelatinosa 35• O: Lateral funiculus

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