By Walter Hendelman M.D.
Providing a transparent visible consultant to realizing the human important frightened procedure, this moment variation contains various four-color illustrations, images, diagrams, radiographs, and histological fabric in the course of the textual content. equipped and straightforward to stick to, the e-book provides an outline of the CNS, sensory, and motor platforms and the limbic procedure, with new and revised fabric. It additionally positive factors an up-to-date, interactive CD-ROM with complete textual content, colour illustrations, 3D visualization, roll-over labeling, and flash animations. Containing a word list of phrases, this is often an important reference software for scientific and allied wellbeing and fitness pros learning neuroanatomy, neuroscience, and neurology
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Dorsal motor n. (CN IX & X) Ambiguus n. (CN IX & X) Hypoglossal n. (CN XII) Spinal accessory n. (CN XI) FIGURE 8A: Brainstem 3 — Cranial Nerves Nuclei — Motor 28 Atlas of Functional Neutoanatomy FIGURE 8B BRAINSTEM 4 CRANIAL NERVE NUCLEI: SENSORY The cranial nerve nuclei with sensory functions are discussed in this diagram. It should be noted that the olfactory nerve (CN I) and the optic nerve (CN II) are not attached to the brainstem and not considered at this stage. Sensory information from the region of the head and neck includes the following: • • • Somatic afferents: general sensations, consisting of touch (both discriminative and crude touch), pain and temperature; these come from the skin and the mucous membranes, via branches of the trigeminal nerve, CN V.
The central portion is known as the vermis. The lateral portions are called the cerebellar hemispheres. Sulci separate the folia, and some of the deeper sulci are termed fissures. The primary fissure is located on the superior surface of the cerebellum, which is the view seen in this photograph. The horizontal fissure is located at the margin between the superior and inferior surfaces. Using these sulci and fissures, the cerebellar cortex has traditionally been divided into a number of different lobes, but many (most) of these do not have a distinctive functional or clinical importance, so only a few will be mentioned when the cerebellum is discussed (see Figure 54–Figure 57).
CN VII, the facial nerve, and CN VIII (the vestibulocochlear nerve), are both attached to the brainstem at the ponto-cerebellar angle. Medullary Level • • • CN IX, the glossopharyngeal, and CN X, the vagus, are attached to the lateral margin of the medulla, behind the inferior olive. CN XI, the spinal accessory nerve, from the uppermost region of the spinal cord, enters the skull and then exits from the skull as if it were a cranial nerve; by convention it is included as a cranial nerve. CN XII, the hypoglossal nerve, emerges by a series of rootlets between the inferior olive and the pyramid.
Atlas of Functional Neuroanatomy, Second Edition by Walter Hendelman M.D.