Brain Stem Anatomy - pediagenosis
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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Brain Stem Anatomy

Brain Stem Anatomy
Pulvinars, Posterolateral view, Pineal gland, Superior colliculi, Inferior colliculi, Trochlear nerve (CN IV), Superior medullary velum, Superior cerebellar peduncle, Cuneate tubercle, Gracile tubercle, Cuneate fasciculus, Gracile fasciculus, Rhomboid fossa of 4th ventricle, Glossopharyngeal (CN IX) and vagus (CN X) nerves, Posterior rootlets of, 1st spinal nerve (C1), Anterior view, Optic chiasm, Optic tract, Tuber cinereum, Cerebral crus, Lateral geniculate body, Pons, Olive, Pyramids.

Anterior rootlets of 1st spinal nerve (C1), Decussation of pyramids, Middle cerebellar peduncle, Posterior perforated substance, Olfactory tract, Anterior perforated substance, Infundibulum, Mammillary bodies, Temporal lobe (cut surface), Oculomotor nerve (CN III), Trochlear nerve (CN IV), Trigeminal nerve (CN V) (sensory and motor roots), Abducens nerve (CN VI), Vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII), Flocculus of cerebellum, Glossopharyngeal nerve (CN IX), Vagus nerve (CN X), Hypoglossal nerve (CN XII), Accessory nerve (CN XI), Facial nerve (CN VII) and intermediate nerve (of Wrisberg), Choroid plexus of 4th ventricle extending out of lateral aperture, Thalamus (cut surface), Lateral geniculate body, Optic tract, Medial geniculate body, Brachia of superior and inferior colliculi, Cerebral crus, Pons, Trigeminal nerve (CN V), Middle cerebellar peduncle, Vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII), Facial nerve (CN VII), Inferior cerebellar peduncle, Hypoglossal nerve (CN XII), Accessory nerve (CN XI).
Brain Stem Anatomy

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