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Besides the submandibular (submaxillary) and auricular nodes, name 4 SUPERFICIAL groups of nodes in the head parotid submental superficial cervical occipital
Give the immediate drainage of the following: lower umbilical region superficial inguinal nodes
Give the immediate drainage of the following: right mediastinal nodes Right lymphatic duct
Cranial nerves attached to the pons CNs 5, 6, 7, 8
specific name given to the WHITE matter of the spinal cord located between the ventral roots and the ventral median fissure anterior funiculi
group of fibers that connects the pons and the cerebellum middle cerebellar peduncle
structures by which cerebrospinal fluid from the subarachnoid space enters the superior sagital sinus arachnoid granulations/villi
part of the thalamus involved with the auditory pathway medial geniculate
structure in the tectum of the midbrain involved in the auditory pathway inferior colliculi
type of fibers connecting the cortex with subcortical areas (ex: internal capsule) projection fibers
FUNCTIONAL area on lateral frontal lobe; also knowns as "areas 44, 45" Broca' area
name of the BASAL NUCLEUS that is wedge-shaped extrapyramidal motor nucleus composed of two distinctly different nuclei Lenticular nuclei
name given to the fiber tract running from the hippocampus to the mammillary bodies fornix
contains ascending ipsilateral sensory fibers from T6 and above fasiculus cuneatus
alternate name for the dorsal pons tegmentum
a structure contained within the epithalamus pineal body
The ____ ______ extends from foramen magnum to the second sacral segment dural sac
connects the lateral and third ventricles interventricular foramina
nucleus located in the floor of the hypothalamus; part of the limbic system mammilary nucleus
Name the cranial nerve NUCLEI located inside the midbrain CNs 3, 4, 5
SPECIFIC location of the "Primary Somatic Sensory Area" Postcentral gyrus of parietal
besides the substantia nigra, an extrapyramidal motor nucleus located inside the midbrain Red nucleus
fat-lade lymph Chyle
Give the immediate drainage of the following: deep inguinal nodes external iliac node
Give the immediate drainage of the following: superficial nodes of the head deep cervical node
Give the immediate drainage of the following: right lumbar nodes cisterna chyli of thoracic duct
Specific name given to the white matter of the spinal cord located between the ventral roots and dorsal roots lateral funiculus
nucleus involved in the visual pathway; the termination of the optic tract lateral geniculate
Cerebrospinal fluid passes from 4th ventricle into the subarachnoid space
SPECIFIC portion of midbrain through which corticospinal fibers pass (or are located) basal peduncle
part of brainstem which contains nuclei gracilis and cuneatus medulla
The mammillary nucleus is one of the nuclei of the hypothalamus
extrapyramidal motor nucleus located in the midbrain that is the site of pathology in Parkinson's substantia nigra
basal nucleus that has both limbic and olfactory functions amygdaloid nucleus
SPECIFIC location (i.e. structure; no numbers) of the "Primary Somatic Sensory Area" postcentral gyrus
part of the brain that maintains equilibrium, adjusts muscle tone, influences synergy of muscle movement, etc. cerebellum
type of fibers connecting cortices in opposite hemispheres (ex: corpus callosum) commissural fibers
part of thalamus involved with the auditory pathway medial geniculate nucleus
2 paired bumps located on the superior aspect of the dorsal surface of the midbrain superior colliculi
cranial nerves associated with the pons 5, 6, 7, 8
cord of pia mater extending downward from the inferior end of the spinal cord filum terminale
group of fibers that connects the medulla and cerebellum inferior cerebellar peduncle
cranial nerves attached to medulla 9, 10, 11, 12
group of fibers that connects the midbrain and the cerebellum superior cerebellar peduncle
name of the groove on spinal cord where the ventral roots of spinal nerves attach ventrolateral sulcus
structure in the tectum of the midbrain involved with visual reflexes (be specific) superior colliculus
the major commissure corpus collosum
large C-shaped extrapyramidal motor nucleus located in the wall of the lateral ventricle caudate nucleus
FUNCTIONAL area lcoated in the temporal lobe; also known as "areas 41, 42" primary auditory area
The "Primary somatic sensory area" (areas 3, 1, 2) is specifically located on the _______ of the ______. postcentral gyrus, parietal
contains ascending ipsilateral sensory fibers from T6 and below fasiculus gracilis
specific part of telencephalon that contains corticospinal and thalamocortical projection fibers internal capsule
The dural sac extends from the foramen magnum to the ______ segment. The sac is also anchored to the ______ by the filum terminale. 2nd sacral, coccyx
specific structure(s) by which the cerebrospinal fluid flows form the subarachnoid space into the dural venous sinuses arachnoid villi
specific name given to the area just anterior to the substantia nigra basal peduncle
name given to the ventral, bulbous part of the pons basilar pons
the region immediately above and posterior to the thalamus; part of the limbic system and contains the pineal gland epithalamus
The fornix runs from the ____ to _____ hippocampus, mammilary bodies
Give the immediate drainage of the following: right intestinal nodes cisterna chyli of the thoracic duct
Give the immediate drainage of the following: left deep cervical thoracic duct
function of the neostriatum extrapyramidal motor
The dural sac runs from the ______ (superior) to the ______ (inferior). foramen magnum, second sacral segment
Cerebrospinal fluid is secreted by _____ and absorbed into a dural venous sinus via the _______ choroid plexus, arachnoid villi
Name 2 groups of fibers that terminate on the ventral posterior nucleus of the thalamus 2nd order of the spinothalamic fibers, 2nd order of the medial lemniscus fibers
cranial nerve which supplies general sensation to the anterior 2/3rds of the tongue CN 5 (trigeminal)
part of CNS where the nuclei for cranial nerve 3 are located midbrain
The visual association areas (18 & 19) receive association fibers from (include side) the primary visual area (17) on the same side
SPECIFIC part of the diencephalon in which the pineal gland belongs Epithalamus
Which nuclei contain the neuron cell bodies for fibers forming the RIGHT medial lemniscus? nuclei gracilis & cuneatus on the LEFT side
Define: spinal segment area of the spinal cord where a spinal nerve attaches
SPECIFIC name given to the region of the midbrain located between the cerebral aqueduct and the substantia nigra Tegmentum
lateral tooth-like extensions of the pia mater around the spinal cord; anchors chord to dura denticulate ligament
cranial nerves attached to the medulla 9, 10, 11, 12
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