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1 Station 1 – Whole brain Terms in alphabetic order: Central sulcus Cerebrum Gyrus Lateral fissure Longitudinal fissure Sulcus 1 2 3 4 5 6 T H 5 1 2 3.

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1 1 Station 1 – Whole brain Terms in alphabetic order: Central sulcus Cerebrum Gyrus Lateral fissure Longitudinal fissure Sulcus T H Hints: 1.Brain division 2.Raised area on surface of the cerebrum 3.Depression on surface of the cerebrum 4.Separates superior/inferior cerebral lobes 5.Separates anterior/posterior cerebral lobes 6.Separates cerebral hemispheres Cerebrum Gyrus Sulcus Central sulcus Lateral fissure Anterior Cut 6 Longitudinal fissure

2 2 Station 1 – Whole brain Terms in alphabetic order: Frontal lobe Occipital lobe Parietal lobe Temporal lobe T H Hints: 1.Lobe of the cerebrum 2.Lobe of the cerebrum 3.Lobe of the cerebrum 4.Lobe of the cerebrum Frontal lobe Temporal lobe Occipital lobe Parietal lobe Anterior

3 3 Station 2 – Part of right cerebral hemisphere removed Terms in alphabetic order: Corpus callosum Frontal lobe Insula Lateral ventricle Temporal lobe T H Hints: 1.Lobe of cerebrum 2.Lobe of cerebrum 3.Lobe of cerebrum 4.Space 5.White matter 6.Function of #5? Frontal lobe Temporal lobe Insula Lateral ventricle Corpus callosum Anterior 6 – Function of 5? Commissural nerve tract

4 4 Station 2 – Part of right cerebral hemisphere removed For Your Information: During development, the corpus callosum begins in the anterior part of the brain and grows posteriorly. Some of the anterior brain tissue is dragged posteriorly with the growing corpus callosum. In the model, this tissue is represented by the green stripes on the corpus callosum. In the adult brain, this tissue connects the anterior brain to other parts of the brain. The rest of this tissue will be seen as we “dissect” the brain further. Nerve tract Anterior

5 5 Station 2 - Part of right cerebral hemisphere removed Terms in alphabetic order: Corpus callosum Insula Internal capsule Lateral ventricle T H Hints: 1.Lobe of cerebrum 2.White matter 3.Function of #2? 4.Space 5.White matter Insula Internal capsule Lateral ventricle Corpus callosum Anterior 3 – Function of 2? Projection nerve tract

6 6 Station 3 – Functional regions of the left cerebral cortex Terms in alphabetic order: Broca’s area Central sulcus Prefrontal area Premotor area Primary motor cortex T H Hints: 1.Separates frontal and parietal lobes 2.Functional region 3.Functional region 4.Functional region 5.Functional region Central sulcus Primary motor cortex Broca’s area Prefrontal area Premotor area Anterior

7 7 Station 3 – Functional regions of the left cerebral cortex Terms in alphabetic order: Central sulcus Primary somatic sensory cortex Somatic sensory association area Taste area T H Hints: 1.Depression 2.Functional region 3.Functional region 4.Functional region Central sulcus Primary somatic sensory cortex Somatic sensory association area Taste area Anterior

8 8 Station 3 – Functional regions of the left cerebral cortex Terms in alphabetic order: Auditory association area Primary auditory cortex Visual association area Visual cortex T H Hints: 1.Functional region 2.Functional region 3.Functional region 4.Functional region Visual cortex Visual association area Primary auditory cortex Auditory association area Anterior

9 9 Station 3 – Functional regions of the left cerebral cortex Terms in alphabetic order: Prefrontal area Premotor area Primary motor cortex T H Hints: 1.Functional region 2.Functional region 3.Functional region Primary motor cortex Premotor area Prefrontal area Anterior

10 10 Station 3 – Functional regions of the left cerebral cortex Terms in alphabetic order: Primary somatic sensory cortex Somatic sensory association area Visual association area Visual cortex T H Hints: 1.Functional region 2.Functional region 3.Functional region 4.Functional region Primary somatic sensory cortex Somatic sensory association area Visual association area Visual cortex Anterior

11 11 Station 3 – Functional regions of the left cerebral cortex Terms in alphabetic order: Corpus callosum Fornix Limbic system (part of) Temporal lobe T H Hints: 1.Functional region 2.White matter 3.White matter 4.Function of #3 5.Lobe of cerebrum Limbic system (part of) Corpus callosum Fornix Temporal lobe Anterior 4 – Function of 3? Association nerve tract

12 12 Station 4 – Superior part of cerebrum removed Terms in alphabetic order: Choroid plexus Fornix Hippocampus Limbic system (part of) Temporal lobe T H Hints: 1.Functional region 2.White matter 3.Functional region 4.Lobe of cerebrum 5.Gyrus 6.Specific structure Limbic system (part of) Fornix Limbic system (part of) Temporal lobe Hippocampus Choroid plexus Corpus callosum (cut) Anterior

13 13 Station 4 – Superior part of cerebrum removed For Your Information: The nerve tract passes inferiorly and joins the dentate gryrus (dark green), which is part of the hippocampus (light green). Nerve tract Anterior Dentate gyrus

14 14 Station 5 – Inferior view of cerebrum Terms in alphabetic order: Fornix Frontal lobe Temporal lobe T H Hints: 1.Lobe of cerebrum 2.Lobe of cerebrum 3.White matter Frontal lobe Temporal lobe Fornix Anterior Location of diencephalon and brainstem Nerve tract

15 15 Station 5 – Inferior view of cerebrum Terms in alphabetic order: Olfactory association area Olfactory bulb Olfactory tract Primary olfactory cortex T H (dark brown) 4 Hints: 1.White matter 2.White matter 3.Functional region 4.Functional region Olfactory bulb Olfactory tract Primary olfactory cortex Olfactory association area Model peg Anterior

16 16 Station 6 – Superior part of cerebrum removed Terms in alphabetic order: Frontal lobe Gyrus Insula Occipital lobe Sulcus Temporal lobe T H Hints: 1.Lobe of cerebrum 2.Lobe of cerebrum 3.Lobe of cerebrum 4.Lobe of cerebrum 5.Raised area 6.Depression Frontal lobe Insula Temporal lobe Occipital lobe Gyrus Sulcus Anterior

17 17 Station 6 – Superior part of cerebrum removed Terms in alphabetic order: Cerebral cortex Cerebral medulla Corpus callosum Internal capsule Lateral ventricle T H Hints: 1.White matter 2.Space 3.White matter 4.Gray matter 5.White matter Internal capsule Lateral ventricle Corpus callosum Cerebral cortex Cerebral medulla Anterior

18 18 Station 7 – Corpus callosum and ventricles removed Terms in alphabetic order: Caudate nucleus Fornix Internal capsule Thalamus T H Hints: 1.White matter 2.Gray matter 3.Brain division 4.White matter Internal capsule Caudate nucleus Thalamus Fornix Corpus callosum (cut) Anterior

19 19 Station 7 – Lateral view of corpus callosum Terms in alphabetic order: Corpus callosum Septa pellucida T H 1 2 Hints: 1.White matter 2.Specific structure Corpus callosum Anterior Septa pellucida

20 20 Station 8 – Most of cerebrum removed Terms in alphabetic order: Cerebellum Corpora quadrigemina Insula Internal capsule Pineal body Thalamus T H Hints: 1.Brain division 2.Specific structure 3.Specific structure 4.Brain division 5.Lobe of cerebrum 6.White matter Thalamus Pineal body Corpora quadrigemina Cerebellum Insula Internal capsule Anterior

21 21 Station 8 – Superior view of the cerebellum Terms in alphabetic order: Folium (gyrus) Lateral hemisphere Sulcus (fissure) Vermis T H Hints: 1.Raised area 2.Depression 3.One of three parts of the cerebellum 4.One of three parts of the cerebellum Folium Fissure Vermis Lateral hemisphere Anterior

22 22 Station 8 – Median view of cerebellum Terms in alphabetic order: Arbor vitae Cortex Folium (gyrus) T H Hints: 1.White matter 2.Raised area 3.Gray matter Arbor vitae Folium (gyrus) Cortex Anterior

23 23 Station 8 – Anterior view of cerebellum Terms in alphabetic order: Cerebellar peduncles Flocculonodular lobe T H 1 3 Hints: 1.White matter 2.Function of #1 3.One of three parts of the cerebellum Cerebellar peduncles Flocculonodular lobe Superior 2 – Function of 1? Connect cerebellum to brainstem

24 24 Station 9 - Most of the cerebrum is removed Terms in alphabetic order: Cerebellum Corpus callosum Dura mater Insula Lateral ventricle Superior sagittal sinus T H Hints: 1.White matter 2.Lobe of the cerebrum 3.Brain division 4.Space 5.Membrane 6.Blood vessel Corpus callosum Insula Cerebellum Lateral ventricle Dura mater Superior sagittal sinus Anterior

25 25 Station 10 – Median view of the brain Terms in alphabetic order: Brainstem Cerebellum Corpus callosum Fornix Septa pellucida Thalamus T H Hints: 1.White matter 2.Partition 3.White matter 4.General area 5.Brain division 6.Brain division Corpus callosum Septa pellucida Fornix Brainstem Cerebellum Thalamus Anterior

26 26 Station 11 - Ventricles Terms in alphabetic order: Central canal Cerebral aqueduct Fourth ventricle Lateral ventricle Location of interthalamic adhesion Third ventricle T H Hints: 1.Space 2.Location of connection between thalamic lobes 3.Space 4.Space 5.Space 6.Space Lateral ventricle Location of interthalamic adhesion Third ventricle Cerebral aqueduct Fourth ventricle Central canal Anterior

27 27 Station 11 - Ventricles Terms in alphabetic order: Central canal Cerebral aqueduct Fourth ventricle Lateral ventricle Location of interthalamic adhesion Third ventricle T H Hints: 1.Space 2.Specific structure 3.Space 4.Space 5.Space 6.Space Lateral ventricle Interthalamic adhesion Third ventricle Cerebral aqueduct Fourth ventricle Central canal Anterior

28 28 Station 12 – A reminder of the location of the internal capsule and insula Internal capsule Insula Anterior

29 29 Station 12 – Insula removed on left and right sides Terms in alphabetic order: Caudate nucleus Corpus striatum Internal capsule Lentiform nucleus T H Hints: 1.White matter 2.Gray matter 3.Gray matter 4.Number 2 and 3 combined Anterior Lentiform nucleus Caudate nucleus Corpus striatum 1 Internal capsule

30 30 Station 12 – Most of internal capsule removed on the left Terms in alphabetic order: Caudate nucleus Corpus striatum Internal capsule Lentiform nucleus T H Hints: 1.White matter 2.Gray matter 3.Gray matter 4.Number 2 and 3 combined Anterior Lentiform nucleus Caudate nucleus Corpus striatum 1 Internal capsule

31 31 Station 13 – Superior view of central core of the brain Terms in alphabetic order: Caudate nucleus Insula Internal capsule Thalamus T H Hints: 1.White matter 2.Gray matter 3.Lobe of cerebrum 4.Brain division Internal capsule Caudate nucleus Insula Thalamus Anterior

32 32 Station 13 – Superior view of central core of the brain Terms in alphabetic order: Choroid plexus Fornix T H 1 2 Hints: 1.White matter 2.Specific structure 3.Function of #2? Fornix Anterior 3 – Function of 2? Choroid plexus Produces cerebrospinal fluid

33 33 Station 13 – Anterosuperior view of central core of the brain Terms in alphabetic order: Amygdala Fornix Optic nerve Thalamus Third ventricle T H Hints: 1.White matter 2.White matter 3.Gray matter 4.Space 5.Brain division Fornix Optic nerve Amygdala Third ventricle Thalamus

34 34 Station 13 – Anteroinferior view of central core of the brain Terms in alphabetic order: Amygdala Brainstem Hippocampus Optic nerve T H Hints: 1.White matter 2.Gray matter 3.Gyrus of the cerebrum 4.General area Optic nerve Amygdala Hippocampus Brainstem

35 35 Station 14 – Anteroinferior view of central core of the brain Terms in alphabetic order: Cerebral peduncle Infundibulum Mammillary body Medulla oblongata Pons T H Hints: 1.Specific structure 2.Specific structure 3.Specific structure 4.Brain division 5.Brain division Infundibulum Mammillary body Cerebral peduncle Pons Medulla oblongata

36 36 Station 14 – Anteroinferior view of central core of the brain Terms in alphabetic order: Pyramid Pyramidal decussation Spinal cord T H Hints: 1.Specific structure 2.Specific structure 3.Specific structure Pyramid Pyramidal decussation Spinal cord

37 37 Station 15 – Posterior view of central core of the brain Terms in alphabetic order: Brainstem Fornix Hippocampus T H Hints: 1.White matter 2.Gyrus of cerebrum 3.General area Fornix Hippocampus Brainstem

38 38 Station 15 – Posterior view of central core of the brain Terms in alphabetic order: Corpora quadrigemina Inferior colliculus Midbrain Pineal body Superior colliculus Tegmentum T H Hints: 1.Specific structure 2.Specific structure 3.Specific structure 4.Number 2 and 3 combined 5.Specific structure 6.Brain division Pineal body Superior colliculus Inferior colliculus Corpora quadrigemina Tegmentum Midbrain

39 39 Station 15 – Posterior view of central core of the brain Terms in alphabetic order: Central canal of spinal cord Cerebral aqueduct Cerebral peduncles Fourth ventricle T H 1 2 Hints: 1.White matter 2.Space 3.Space 4.Space Cerebral peduncles Fourth ventricle 3 – connects to ? 4 – connects to ? Central canal of spinal cord Cerebral aqueduct

40 40 Station 16 – Anteroinferior view of central core of the brain Terms in alphabetic order: Oculomotor nerve (CNIII) Optic chiasm Optic nerve (CN II) Optic tract Trigeminal nerve (CN V) Trochlear nerve (CN IV) T H Hints: 1.Cranial nerve 2.White matter 3.White matter 4.Cranial nerve 5.Cranial nerve 6.Cranial nerve Optic nerve (CN II) Optic chiasm Optic tract Oculomotor nerve (CN III) Trochlear nerve (CN IV) Trigeminal nerve (CN V)

41 41 Station 16 – Lateral view of the brainstem Terms in alphabetic order: Olive Pons Trigeminal nerve (CN V) Trochlear nerve (CN (IV) T H Hints: 1.Cranial nerve 2.Cranial nerve 3.Brain division 4.Specific structure Trochlear nerve (CN IV) Trigeminal nerve (CN V) Pons Olive Anterior

42 42 Station 17 – Anteroinferior view of central core of the brain Terms in alphabetic order: Abducent nerve (CN VI) Facial nerve (CN VII) Vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII) T H Hints: 1.Cranial nerve 2.Cranial nerve 3.Cranial nerve Abducent nerve (CN VI) Facial nerve (CN VII) Vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII)

43 43 Station 17 – Lateral view of the brainstem Terms in alphabetic order: Accessory nerve (CN XI) Facial nerve (CN VII) Glossopharyngeal nerve (CN IX) Hypoglossal nerve (CN XII) Vagus nerve (CN X) Vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII) T H Hints: 1.Cranial nerve 2.Cranial nerve 3.Cranial nerve 4.Cranial nerve 5.Cranial nerve 6.Cranial nerve Facial nerve (CN VII) Vestibulocochlear nerve (CN VIII) Glossopharyngeal nerve (CN IX) Vagus nerve (CN X) Accessory nerve (CN XI) Hypoglossal nerve (CN XII) Anterior

44 44 Station 18 – Sagittal section of brainstem Terms in alphabetic order: Caudate nucleus Inferior colliculus Interthalamic adhesion Pineal body Superior colliculus Thalamus T H Hints: 1.Gray matter 2.Specific structure 3.Specific structure 4.Specific structure 5.Brain division 6.Specific structure Caudate nucleus Pineal body Superior colliculus Inferior colliculus Thalamus Interthalamic adhesion Anterior Nerve tract

45 45 Station 19 – Sagittal section of brainstem Terms in alphabetic order: Fornix Hypothalamus Mammillary body Medulla oblongata Optic chiasm Pons T H Hints: 1.White matter 2.Specific structure 3.Brain division 4.Brain division 5.White matter 6.Brain division Fornix Mammillary body Medulla oblongata Pons Optic chiasm Hypothalamus Anterior

46 46 Station 19 – Sagittal section of brainstem Terms in alphabetic order: Central canal Cerebral aqueduct Fourth ventricle Third ventricle T H Hints: 1.Space 2.Space 3.Space 4.Space Third ventricle Cerebral aqueduct Fourth ventricle Central canal Anterior

47 47 Terms in alphabetic order: T H Hints: T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6

48 48 Terms in alphabetic order: T H Hints: T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6


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