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What connections would you expect a spinocerebellar tract to have?
terminate in the cerebellum and orginate in the spinal cord
The difference between an epidural (extradural) hematoma and a subdural hematoma is that the subdural hematoma is
between the meningeal dura and the arachnoid mater
The meningeal layer that is most closely associated with the drainage of CSF into the venous system is
arachnoid
(remember the arachnoid villi)
From the skull inward, the proper order of layers is
Dura, arachnoid, subarachnoid space pia
The dural septum that lies in the longitudinal fissure is
falx cerebri
The bacteria causing meningitis are likely to spread most rapidly in
the subarachnoid space