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Brain and Cranial Nerves

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Structure formed by the crossing-over of the optic nerves Optic Chiasma
Part of diencephalon that forms lower walls and floor of third ventricle Hypothalamus
Cone-shaped structure attached to upper posterior portion of diencephalon Pineal Gland
Connects cerebral hemispheres Corpus callosum
Ridge on surface of cerebrum Gyrus (convolution)
Separates frontal and parietal lobes Central Sulcus
Part of brainstem between diencephalon and pons Midbrain
Rounded bulge on underside of brainstem Pons
Part of brainstem continuous with the spinal cord Medulla oblongata
A layer of dura mater that separates cerebellar hemispheres Falx cerebelli
Cerebral lobe located deep within lateral sulcus Insula
Thin layer of gray matter on surface of cerebrum Cerebral Cortex
Created by: bonitasoul