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General Neurology

The study of the nervous system (includes histology)

describe the central nervous system includes the spinal cord and the brain. is enveloped by mininges. is found in the bone cavities of the skull and spine.
describe the peripheral nervous system includes the cranial nerves depending on the brain and spinal nerves depending on the spinal cord.
describe the somatic nervous system is one of the two divisions that the nervous system is divided into. Controls the relationship between the organism and the external environment.
describe the autonomic nervous system One of the major nervous system divisions. The autonomic nervous system itself is divided in two, (1) the parasympathetic nervous system (2) the sympathetic nervous system. Overall - controls the internal organs.
Created by: epell5