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Describe intracranial bleeding in terms of real and potential spaces. understand the spaces - what happens in when there is a bleed, what is the blood source - herniation
Describe general organization of cerebral cortex. Brief description of (ned-, paleo-, archicortex), describe general functions of & blood supply to each lobe & list # of important Brodmann's areas &/or specific structures (gyri) & their specific functions If appropriate, mention lateralized specializations - cerebral arterial circle
Appreciate the relationship between the spinal cord segments and the vertebral bodies. Know that the human spinal cord ends at the level of the second lumbar vertebra. - pairs of spinal nerves, helps determine spinal segments, vertebral foramen
Briefly describe the different fiber types for motor and sensory axons. What is the functional significance of increasing diameter and myelination? - posterior roots are sensory, anterior are motor, afferent vs efferent
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