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By Douglas J. Gould
BRS Neuroanatomy, 5th variation is a concise evaluate of scientific human neuroanatomy for path and licensing tests, together with the USMLE, and contours more than six hundred board-style overview questions with motives. This variation additionally comprises new full-color artwork and layout parts, up to date scientific correlations, a word list of over two hundred key words, and an appendix of cranial nerves. BRS Neuroanatomy presents the necessities of human neuroanatomy in a concise, tightly defined, well-illustrated layout.
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Modified from Grossman CB. Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Computed Tomography of the Head and Spine. 2nd ed. ) H. Superior petrosal sinus ●● ●● extends from the cavernous sinus to the junction of the transverse and sigmoid sinus. receives tributaries from the pons, medulla, cerebellum, and inner ear. I. Inferior petrosal sinus ●● ●● ●● passes between the glossopharyngeal (CN IX) and vagal (CN X) nerves and drains into the internal jugular vein after exiting the skull via jugular foramen. drains the inferior portion of the cerebellum.
Expresses CSF into the subarachnoid space via the two lateral foramina and the single medial foramen. 30 BRS Neuroanatomy III. CEREBROSPINAL FLUID ●● a clear, colorless, acellular fluid found in the subarachnoid space and ventricles. Formation ●● produced by the choroid plexus at a rate of 500 to 700 ml/day. 3). Function ●● ●● ●● supports and cushions the central nervous system (CNS) against concussive injury. transports hormones and hormone-releasing factors. 3). C. 3) ●● flows from the ventricles via the three foramina of the fourth ventricle into the subarachnoid space and over the convexity of the cerebral hemisphere to the superior sagittal sinus, where it enters the venous circulation.
Pontine aa. CN VII CN VIII CN VI Ant. inf. cerebellar a. Internal carotid a. Post. communicating a. CN III Post. cerebral a. CN V Labyrinthine a. Post. inf. cerebellar a. Vertebral a. Ant. spinal a. 2. Arteries of the base of the brain and brainstem, including the arterial circle of Willis. The medial and lateral striate arteries and the anterior choroidal artery supply the basal nuclei and internal capsule. 42 BRS Neuroanatomy Post. internal frontal a. Paracentral a. Sup. internal parietal (precuneal) a.