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By Walter Hendelman M.D.

Providing a transparent visible advisor to figuring out the human vital frightened process, this moment variation contains a number of four-color illustrations, pictures, diagrams, radiographs, and histological fabric in the course of the textual content. equipped and simple to keep on with, the ebook offers an summary of the CNS, sensory, and motor structures and the limbic process, with new and revised fabric. It additionally good points an up-to-date, interactive CD-ROM with complete textual content, colour illustrations, 3-D visualization, roll-over labeling, and flash animations. Containing a thesaurus of phrases, this can be a necessary reference instrument for scientific and allied overall healthiness pros learning neuroanatomy, neuroscience, and neurology

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The upper end of the thalamus is still in view. The horizontal fissure of the cerebellum is now clearly seen; it is used as an approximate divider between the superior and inferior surfaces of the cerebellum (see Figure 54). The vermis of the cerebellum is clearly seen between the hemispheres. Just below the vermis is an opening into a space — the space is the fourth ventricle (which will be described with Figure 20A, Figure 20B, and Figure 21) The opening is between the ventricle and the subarachnoid space outside the brain (discussed with Figure 21); the name of the opening is the Foramen of Magendie.

In adults, the central canal of the spinal cord is probably not patent throughout the whole length of the spinal cord. A histological view of these levels of the spinal cord is shown in Figure 69 in Section C. Note to the Learner: The white matter, which contains the ascending sensory and descending motor pathways, will be described with the pathways in Section B; a summary diagram with all the tracts is shown in Section C (see Figure 68). ADDITIONAL DETAIL The parasympathetic supply to the salivary glands travels with cranial nerves (CN) VII and IX (see Figure 8A).

These ligaments, which are Because of its tenuous blood supply, the spinal cord is most vulnerable in the mid-thoracic portion. A dramatic drop in blood pressure, such as occurs with a cardiac arrest or excessive blood loss, may lead to an infarction of the spinal cord. The result can be just as severe as if the spinal cord was severed by a knife. The most serious consequence of this would be the loss of voluntary motor control of the lower limbs, known as paraplegia. The clinical picture will be understood once the sensory and motor tracts of the spinal cord have been explained (in Section B).

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