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Gross Anatomy of the CNS

This NEUROSCIENCE stack covers the Gross Anatomy of the CNS. She was all over the place in this section so study your notes…
Q: This flexure is located at the junction of the hindbrain and spinal column. A: The cervical flexure.
Q: What is the lowest part of the fourth ventricle called? A: The obex.
Q: What can be found in the interpeduncular space? A: Mammillary bodies and CNIII.
Q: Name the parts of the cerebral peduncles. A: The crus cerebri, substantia nigra, and red nucleus.
Q: Which part(s) of the cerebral peduncles are made up of white matters? A: The crus cerebri aka basis pedunculi.
Q: What makes up the floor of the fourth ventricle? A: The rhomboid fossa.
Q: What makes up the roof of the fourth ventricle? A: The cerebellum.
Q: The midline portion of the cerebellum is the _______. A: Vermis.
Q: Did I mention I don’t have very many notes from this section? A: If I didn’t, I should mention it now. I hope you took better notes than me.
Created by: PCC Neuroscience