NeuroAnatomy

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Flashcards on NeuroAnatomy , created by أطباء 2020 on 01/01/2015.
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A: Central Sulcus B: Postcentral sulcus C: Pre central sulcus D: Precentral gyrus E: Postcentral gyrus F: Sup. frontal sulcus G: Inf. Frontal sulcus H,I : Sup. & middle frontal gyri J: Inf. Frontal gyrus 1: opercular part 2: Triangular Part 3: Orbital Part
A: Lateral Sulcus 1:post. ramus 2: Ascending ramus 3: ant. ramus
A: lateral sulcus 1: Sup. temporal gyrus B: Sup. temporal Sulcus 2: middle temporal gyrus C: Inf temporal sulcus 3: Inf temporal gyrus D: preoccipital notch
A: Insula
A: Parieto-occipital sulcus B: Calcarine sulcus C: Transverse Occipital
A: Central sulcus B: paracentral lobule C: paracentral sulcus D: marginal sulcus E: Cingulate gyrus F: Cingulate sulcus G: Medial frontal gyrus
A: Precuneus B: Cuneus C: Lingula D: Parieto-occipital sulcus E: Calcrine sulcus 1:Precalcrine 2:Postcalcrine
A: Subcallosal Area B: Subcallosal gyrus C: Anterior commissure D: Habenular commissure E: Pineal body F: Posterior Commissure G: Sup. colliculus H: Inf. colliculus I: Tuber cinereium J: Optic chiasma
A: Cerebral Aqueduct of Sylvius B: Septum pellucidum C: Fornix D: Intraventricular foramen of Monro E: Thalamus F: Inter-thalamic adhesion G: Lamina terminalis H: Cerebral peduncle
A: Medulla oblongata B: 4th ventricle C-D: Sup & Inf medullary vella E: Cerebellum G: Straight sinus H: Great cerebral Vein 1-4: Corpus callosum 1:Rostrum 2:Genu 3:Body 4:Splenium
A: Hypothalamic sulcus B: Body of Fornix C: Inter-thalamic adhesion D: Tonsil of cerebellum E: Central canal of spinal cord F: Foramen of Magendie
A: Pineal body B-C: Sup&Inf colliculus D: 3rd ventricle E: medial & lateral geniculate body F: Trochlear nerve IV Cerebellar peduncles: 1: superior 2: middle 3: Inferior
A: Gracile fasciculus B: Cuneate Fasciculus C: Gracile tubricle D: Cuneate tubricle E: Stria medullaris F: Facial Colliculus G: Dentate Nucleus 1: Hypoglossal trigone 2: Vagal Trigone
A-B: Sup. & Inf. Fovea C: Dorsal median sulcus D: Pulvinar of thalamus E: Locus Ceruleus F: Vestibular area
A: Ant. perforated substance B: Pons C: MCP D: Pyramid E: Olive F: Decussation of pyramids G: Ventral roots of 1st spinal nerve "C1"
A: Tuber cinereum B: Optic chiasma C: Infundibullum D: Mamillary body E: Posterior perforated substance F: Cerebral crus
Cranial nerves I-XII 5: trigeminal *motor root 7:Facial *Nervus intermedius
A: Olfactory tract B: Olfactory sulcus C: Olfactory bulb D: Gyrus Rectus *Orbital Sulci 1-4: Orbital Gyri 1:anterior 2:posterior 4:lateral 3:medial
A: Parahipocampal Gyrus B: Uncus C: Rhinal sulcus D: Medial occipto-temporal gyrus E: Occipto-temporal sulcus F: Lateral occipto-temporal gyrus G: Inferior temporal sulcus H: Temporal pole I: Collateral sulcus
A: Substantia Nigra B: Cerebral crus C: Cerebral aqueduct of Sylvius D: Red nucleus E: Genu of corpus callosum F: Splenium of corpus callosum G: Lateral Sulcus
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