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Chap 13 part I

Central Nervous System

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Ventricles of Brain -four ventricles make up central cavity of brain -filled cerebral spinal fluid CSF -lined with ependymal cells
Name Ventricles of Brain (4) 1. Lateral Ventricle (2) 2. Third Ventricle 3. Fourth Ventricle
Lateral Ventricle -one on either side of brain so 2 -horse shoe shaped -located in cerebral hemisphere
Third Ventricle: Location In Diencephalon
What connects Lateral Ventricle and Third Ventricle? Interventricle Foramen
What connects Third and Fourth Ventricle? Cerebral Aqueduct
Fourth Ventricle 1. lies behind the brainstem 2. connected to central canal of spinal cord
Three surface landmarks of Cerebral Hempisphere 1. Sulcus 2. Fissures 3. Gyrus
Sulcus grooves on cerebral hemisphere
Fissures separate major portions of brain
Gyrus twisted brain tissue in between sulci
Five Cerebral Lobes 1. Frontal Lobe 2. Temporal Lobe 3. Parietal Lobe 4. Occipital Lobe 5. Insula
Frontal Lobe 1. Anterior to Central Sulcus 2. Superior to Lateral Sulcus
Parietal Lobe 1. Posterior to Central Sulcus 2. Superior to Lateral Sulcus 3. Anterior to parieto-occipital sulcus
Temporal Lobe 1. Inferior to Lateral Sulcus 2. Anterior to Occipital Lobe
Occipital Lobe 1. Posterior and Inferior to parieto-occipital lobe 2. posterior to temporal lobe
Insula -buried deep within lateral sulcus -forms part of floor
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