The Human Brain: An Introduction to Its Functional Anatomy
The Human Brain is a single-authored, core introductory neuroscience text that describes the structure and function of the brain and nervous system. The text covers the neuroanatomy that students need, with inclusion of clinical content providing real-life application to clinical neurologic disorders. Its readability and enhanced full-color illustrations make it a favorite among both students and faculty.
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THE CENTRAL 4 VENTRICLES AND CEREBROSPINAL
How do we know? 4 Third ventricle
MENINGEAL COVERINGS OF THE BRAIN Venous drainage
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afferents amygdala anatomical arachnoid auditory axons basal ganglia brainstem called caudal caudate nucleus cause central cerebellar peduncle cerebellum cerebral artery cerebral cortex cerebral hemisphere cerebral peduncle cerebrospinal fluid cervical chapter choroid plexus cingulate colliculus connections contralateral corpus callosum cortical areas cranial nerves damage deficits diencephalon dorsal dura efferent fasciculus fibers fissure fornix fourth ventricle frontal function ganglion geniculate nucleus globus pallidus gray matter gyrus hair cells hippocampal formation horn human hypothalamus innervate inputs internal capsule interneurons ipsilateral lateral ventricle layer lemniscus lesions located medial medulla medullary membrane midbrain midline monkey motor neurons movements nervous system occipital olfactory optic tract pain parietal pathway pons pontine portion posterior column putamen pyramidal receptors reflex reticular formation retina rostral sensory side sinus somatosensory spinal cord spinal trigeminal spinothalamic tract stimulation structures subarachnoid space substantia subthalamic sulcus superior cerebellar surface synapse temporal lobe thalamus third ventricle tion vein visual