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Neuroanatomy Exam 3

Cleveland Chiropractic Dr. Barlett Neuroanatomy Exam 3

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What is the Anterior border of the Diencephalon? Anterior Border of the Diencephalon is the Lamina Terminalis and Interventricular Foramen
What is the Dorsal border of the Diencephalon? Dorsal Border of Diencephalon is the 3rd Ventricle
What is the Ventral border of the Diencephalon? Ventral border of Diencephalon is the Hypothalamus and Hypothalamic Sulcus
What is the Posterior border of the Diencephalon? Posterior border of Diencephalon is the Posterior Commissure
What are the Medial and Lateral borders of the Diencephalon? Medial borders are the Lateral ventricle and the 3rd Ventricle Lateral border of the Diencephalon is the Post. Limb of the Internal Capsule
Name the 4 parts of the Diencephalon? Epithalamus Thalamus Subthalamus Hypothalamus
What are the 3 parts of the Epithalamus? Stria Medullaris, Thalamus Habenula Pineal Gland
What does the Stria Medullaris Thalamus connect and where is it located? Stria Medullaris Thalamus connects Septal Area (Medial Olfactory area) to the Habenula Stria Medullaris Thalamus is located Dorsomedial to the Thalamus
Where does the Habenula get its input and output from? Habenula gets its input from the Stria Medullaris Output from the Interpeduncular Nuclei
Habenula are connected across the midline by what? Habenular Commissure
What is the function of the Habenula? Habenula is part of the Limbic System that controls emotions and behaviors and integration of olfactory, visceral, and somatic afferent pathways.
What is the Pineal Gland and its function? Pineal Gland is an Endocrine organ that has gonadal functions and Circadian Rhythms
What 2 hormones are best associated with the Pineal Gland> Seratonin and Melatonin= inhibit puberty and induce sleep (Increased light=less melatonin)
When does the Pineal Gland calcify? Pineal Gland calcifies at age 16 and is important for X-rays.
What is the Anterior border of the Thalamus? Anterior border of the Thalamus is the Interventricular Foramen
What is the Superior border of the Thalamus? Superior Border of the Thalamus is the Transverse Cerebral Comissure
What is the Inferior border of the Thalamus? Inferior border of the Thalamus is the Hypothalamic Sulcus
What is Posterior border of the Thalamus? Posterior border of Thalamus is the Overlapping of the Midbrain
What are the Medial and Lateral borders of the Thalamus? Medial border of Thalamus is the 3rd Ventricle Lateral border of the Thalamus is the Post. Limb of Internal Capsule
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