This note explains the
following topics: spinal, truncus encephali, cerebellum, diencephalon, The
internal structure of diencephalon, External description of diencephalon,
telencephalon; cerebrum, Meninges of the brain and spinal cord, Circle of Willis
and spinal cord, Ventricle and cerebrospinal fluid.
This study note consist of 19 parts.Parts 1 through 4 are devoted to
the brain stem and cerebellum, parts 5 through 8 to the basal ganglia, thalamus,
hypothalamus and limbic system, and parts 9 through 12 to the Frontal, Parietal,
Temporal and Occipital lobes. In parts 13 through 16, the arteries of the brain,
the vertebro basilar system, the meningeal arteries and the cerebral veins were
analyzed. Parts 17, 18 and 19 correspond to an atlas of brain arteries in
sagittal, coronal and horizontal planes.
This note covers the following topics: Basics of the Nervous System,
General Description of the Central Nervous System, Meninges and Cerebrospinal
Fluid, Cerebral Cortex and Brodmann's Classification System, Corpus Striatum,
Rhinencephalon, Connecting Fibers, Diencephalon, Midbrain, Pons, Medulla, and
Reticular Formation, Cerebellum, Spinal Cord, Spinal Nerves, and Autonomic
Nervous System, Cranial Nerves, Upper Motor Neuronal Tracts, Blood Supply to
the Brain, Neurochemistry.
This is an online
tutorial for human neuroanatomy. It is designed as a supplement to textbook and
class learning or as a lab substitute when human specimens, slides and models
are not available. Also includes thousand of images and hundreds of linked
illustrated glossary terms, as well as movies, quizzes and
This book’s clear narrative style and review questions allow you to test
and verify your knowledge. The short length, full-color illustrations, and brain
images make learning quick and easy. Multiple-choice and comprehensive review
questions, as well as blank diagrams you can use for labeling practice, help you
study and reinforce what you have learned.
This note covers the following
topics: Surface Anatomy, Internal Structure, Vasculature, Somatic Sensory
Systems, Sensory Cranial Nerves, Visual System, Auditory System, Cerebellum,
Basal Ganglia, Vestibular and Oculomotor Systems, Limbic System and Clinical
H. Martin, Ph.D. and Ewa Soliz, M.S., M.A.