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20 Cards in this Set

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How many cranial bones are there?
What cranial bone acts as an anchor for all the cranial bones?
Is white matter composed of neurons without myelinated axons?
Which meningeal layers adhere to the surface of the brain?
Pia mater
Between which two layers of the meninges would you find CSF?
Arachnoid and pia mater
The appearance of the corpus callosum on axial images arranged in a descending order immediately precedes bthe appearance of the
Body of the lateral ventricles
Which lobe of the cerebrum is medial to the sylvian fissure?
The temporal lobes are seen on axial images at the level of the what?
Dorsum sellae
The occipital lobes of the cerebrum are first seen on axial images at the level of the
corpus callosum
What is a dip of the dura mater into the transverse fissure
tentorium cerebelli
Which fissure separates the frontal, parietal, and temporal lobes?
What is the name for white matter located centrally in the brain?
centrum semiovale
Is the claustrum a part of the lentiform nucleus?
The diencephalon is part of the ?
On a sagittal image the optic chiasma would appear in the vicinity of the ?
The cerebral aqueduct runs through the
On an axial image, the colliculi are posterior to the peduncles and anterior to the ?
quadrigeminal cistern
The connecting tissue of the two hemispheres of the cerebellum is the ?
Identify a significant brain activity found in the vicinity of the medulla oblongata
respiratory, cardiac and vasomotor centers; decussation of pyramids of medulla with crossing of nerve pathways
The two lateral ventricles are separated by the
septum pellucidum