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By Walter Hendelman M.D.

Proposing a transparent visible consultant to realizing the human crucial worried procedure, this moment variation contains various four-color illustrations, photos, diagrams, radiographs, and histological fabric in the course of the textual content. prepared and simple to stick to, the e-book offers an outline of the CNS, sensory, and motor structures and the limbic approach, with new and revised fabric. It additionally positive factors an up-to-date, interactive CD-ROM with complete textual content, colour illustrations, 3-D visualization, roll-over labeling, and flash animations. Containing a word list of phrases, this can be an important reference instrument for clinical and allied future health execs learning neuroanatomy, neuroscience, and neurology

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The most significant structure seen here is a small elevation, repre- Atlas of Functional Neutoanatomy senting an important sensory relay nucleus, the nucleus gracilis. The pathway for discriminative touch sensation, called the gracilis tract (or fasciculus) continues up the posterior aspect of the spinal cord and synapses in the nucleus of the same name; the pathway then continues up to the cerebral cortex. (The details of this pathway will be discussed with Figure 33 and Figure 40). Beside it is another nucleus for a similar pathway with the same function, the nucleus cuneatus (see Figure 10).

The medulla has two distinct elevations on either side of the midline, known as the pyramids; the direct voluntary motor pathway from the cortex to the spinal cord, the cortico-spinal tract, is located within the pyramid. Behind each is a prominent bulge, called the olive, the inferior olivary nucleus, which connects with the cerebellum. CRANIAL NERVES AND THEIR ATTACHMENT The cranial nerves of the brainstem will be presented in numerical order, starting at the midbrain level. Midbrain Level • • CN III, the oculomotor nerve, emerges ventrally between the cerebral peduncles (in the interpeduncular fossa).

These nuclei are located in the lateral nuclear mass. • Association nuclei. These are connected to broad areas of the cerebral cortex known as the association areas. One of the most important nuclei of this group is the dorsomedial nucleus, located in the medial mass of the thalamus. • Nonspecific nuclei. These scattered nuclei have other or multiple connections. Some of these nuclei are located within the internal medullary lamina and are often referred to as the intralaminar nuclei. This functional group of nuclei does not have the strong reciprocal connections with the cortex like the other nuclei.

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