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The Anatomy of the Brain: A Text-Book for Medical Students - Primary Source ...
Richard Henry Whitehead
No preview available - 2014
The Anatomy of the Brain: A Text-Book for Medical Students
Richard Henry Whitehead
No preview available - 2018
acoustic axones backward called caud cells cephalon cerebellum cerebrum chorioid plexus cochlear nerve colliculus commissure connected cord corpora corpus callosum corpus restiforme cortex cranial nerves decussation dentate fissure descending root diencephalon direct cerebellar tract dorsal surface dorsalward fasciculus fissure of Sylvius fornix forward fourth ventricle frontal funiculus funiculus of Burdach funiculus of Goll geniculate body gray matter gyrus subcallosus hemisphere hippocampus horn hypoglossal nerve hypothalamus inferior internal arcuate fibres internal capsule lateral lemniscus lateral surface lateral ventricle lateralis lateralward medial lemniscus medial longitudinal bundle medial surface median line medulla medullary velum motor nervous neural canal Nucl nuclei pontis nucleus nucleus olfactory olivary nucleus olive opposite side optic tract pars pons Varolii posterior extremity pyramidal tract ramus rhombencephalon rior root-fibres sensory Spinal tract stratum sulcus sulcus superior telencephalon temporal lobe thal thalamus third ventricle trigeminal nerve trigonum ventral nucleus ventral portion ventral surface vestibular nerve white matter
Page iii - the preparation of this little book it has been the author's aim to furnish medical students with a clear, accurate, and concise account of the anatomy of the brain, to be used as a guide in their study of that organ.
Page 91 - enter the posterior third of the posterior limb of the internal capsule, and terminate in the
Page 88 - through the anterior two-thirds of the posterior limb of the internal capsule,
Page 76 - between the head of the caudate nucleus and the lentiform nucleus, the
Page 42 - the nucleus of origin of the motor fibres is the nucleus ambiguus.
Page 88 - white commissure, to end in the ventral horn of the opposite side.
Page 22 - in the sella Turcica of the sphenoid bone ; it consists of two portions,
Page 87 - the internal capsule, and pass through the anterior two-thirds of its posterior limb.