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The Cerebrum


what are the divisions of the Cerebrum? Frontal, Parietal, Temporal, and Occipital Lobes
What are the Cerebral Hemispheres separated by? Longitudinal Fissure
What are the Cerebral Hemispheres connected by? Corpus Callosum
What structures make up the Forebrain? Cerebrum, Thalamus, Hypothalamus
What structure divides the Frontal and Parietal lobes of the brain? Central Sulcus
What structures lie anterior and posterior to the Central Sulcus Precentral Gyrus, Postcentral Gyrus
What structures does the Lateral Sulcus divide? Temporal, Parietal Lobes of the brain
What is the name of the Sulcus that divides the Occipital and Parietal Lobes of the brain? Parieto-Occipital Sulcus
What is the outer Cortex made up of? Cerebral GRAY matter folded into GYRI
What is contained in Cerebral White Matter? Association Tracts, Commissural Tracts, and Projection Tracts
What are Association Tracts? Cerebral WHITE matter which connect regions (gyri) within the SAME hemisphere
What are Commissural Tracts? Cerebral WHITE matter which connect gyri in OPPOSITE hemispheres
What are Projection Tracts? Cerebral WHITE matter that carry SENSORY/MOTOR impulses TO/FROM areas OUTSIDE the CEREBRUM
Created by: kristel387