Nyuwenhuis - The Human Central Nervous System - MELHOR LIVRO DE NEUROANATOMIA EVER!
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Nyuwenhuis - The Human Central Nervous System - MELHOR LIVRO DE NEUROANATOMIA EVER!


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23 Parieto-occipital sulcus
24 Cuneus
25 Anterior occipital sulcus
26 Occipital sulci
27 Lunate sulcus
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Fig. 5.30. Section through the caudatolenticular grey bridges (6/5\ufffd)
1 Genu of corpus callosum
2 Lateral ventricle, anterior horn
3 Cave of septum pellucidum
4 Choroid plexus of lateral ventricle
5 Internal capsule
6 Internal medullary lamina
7 Fornix
8 Roof of third ventricle
9 Splenium of corpus callosum
10 Lateral ventricle, posterior horn
11 Tapetum
12 Optic radiation
13 Superior frontal gyrus
14 Cingulate sulcus
15 Cingulate gyrus
16 Indusium griseum
17 Head of caudate nucleus
18 Caudatolenticular grey bridges
19 Anterior thalamic nucleus
20 Ventral nuclei of thalamus
21 Mediodorsal thalamic nucleus
22 Lateral dorsal thalamic nucleus
23 Tail of caudate nucleus
24 Parieto-occipital sulcus
25 Cuneus
26 Calcarine sulcus
27 Striate area
28 Lunate sulcus
29 Superior frontal sulcus
30 Middle frontal gyrus
31 Inferior frontal sulcus
32 Inferior frontal gyrus
33 Precentral sulcus
34 Precentral gyrus
35 Central sulcus
36 Postcentral gyrus
37 Long gyrus of insula
38 Lateral sulcus, posterior branch
39 Superior temporal gyrus
40 Middle temporal gyrus
41 Anterior occipital sulcus
42 Occipital gyri
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Fig. 5.31. Section through the striate body, the thalamus and the internal capsule. The thickness of this slice
is twice the standard of 2 mm (6/5\ufffd)
1 Superior occipitofrontal fasciculus
2 Genu of corpus callosum
3 Cavum of septum pallucidum
4 Lateral ventricle, anterior horn
5 Internal capsule, anterior limb
6 Fornix
7 Stria terminalis
8 Internal capsule, genu
9 Internal capsule, posterior limb
10 Third ventricle
11 Suprapineal recess
12 Superior longitudinal fasciculus
13 Optic radiation
14 Fimbria of hippocampus
15 Lateral ventricle, inferior horn
16 Radiation of corpus callosum
17 Frontal gyri
18 Head of caudate nucleus
19 Claustrum
20 Lateral sulcus, ascending branch
21 Lateral sulcus, posterior branch
22 Lentiform nucleus
23 Anterior thalamic nucleus
24 Ventral lateral thalamic nucleus
25 Mediodorsal thalamic nucleus
26 Lateral posterior thalamic nucleus
27 Habenular nuclei
28 Pulvinar nuclei
29 Superior colliculus
30 Tail of caudate nucleus
31 Fasciola cinerea
32 Fasciolar gyrus
33 Gyri of Anders Retzius
34 Pineal body
35 Vermis of cerebellum
36 Calcarine sulcus
37 Occipital gyri
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Fig. 5.32. Section through the striate body, the anterior commissure and the superior colliculus (6/5\ufffd)
1 Lateral ventricle, anterior horn
2 Genu of corpus callosum
3 Anterior commissure
4 Anterior thalamic peduncle
5 Column of fornix
6 Third ventricle
7 External medullary lamina
8 Internal medullary lamina
9 Internal capsule, posterior limb
10 Mamillothalamic tract
11 Internal capsule, retrolentiform part
12 Posterior commissure
13 Brachium of superior colliculus
14 Optic radiation
15 Stria terminalis
16 Lateral ventricle, inferior horn
17 Head of caudate nucleus
18 Putamen
19 Circular sulcus of insula
20 Short gyri of insula
21 Central sulcus of insula
22 Long gyrus of insula
23 Globus pallidus, external part
24 Globus pallidus, internal part
25 Zona incerta
26 Reticular thalamic nucleus
27 Ventral posterolateral thalamic
nucleus
28 Lateral geniculate body
29 Medial geniculate body
30 Pretectal area
31 Superior colliculus
32 Pulvinar nuclei
33 Tail of caudate nucleus
34 Hippocampus
35 Parahippocampal gyrus
36 Medial occipitotemporal gyrus
37 Anterior lobe of cerebellum
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Fig. 5.33. Section through the minor forceps and the inferior colliculus (6/5\ufffd)
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1 Minor forceps of corpus callosum
2 External capsule
3 Extreme capsule
4 Anterior commissure
5 Third ventricle
6 Mamillothalamic tract
7 Habenulo-interpeduncular tract
8 Medial forebrain bundle
9 Ansa lenticularis
10 Cerebral peduncle
11 Optic tract
12 Stria terminalis
13 Fornix
14 Lateral ventricle, inferior horn
15 Cerebral aqueduct
16 Superior frontal gyrus
17 Orbital sulci
18 Orbital gyri
19 Lateral sulcus, anterior branch
20 Middle frontal gyrus, orbital part
21 Lateral sulcus
22 Lateral sulcus, ascending branch
23 Head of caudate nucleus
24 Putamen
25 Claustrum
26 Superior temporal gyrus
27 Superior temporal sulcus
28 Substantia nigra
29 Red nucleus
30 Lateral geniculate body
31 Tail of caudate nucleus
32 Hippocampus (Ammon\u2019s horn)
33 Dentate gyrus
34 Parahippocampal gyrus
35 Collateral sulcus
36 Inferior colliculus
37 Central cerebellar lobule
38 Quadrangular lobule
39 Culmen
40 Primary fissure
41 Declive
42 Simple lobule
43 Lateral occipitotemporal gyrus
44 Middle temporal gyrus
45 Anterior occipital sulcus
46 Occipital gyri
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172 Section I Orientation, Development, Gross Anatomy, Blood Supply and Meninges
Fig. 5.34. Section through the mamillary body and the cerebral peduncle (6/5\ufffd)
1 Lamina terminalis
2 Third ventricle
3 Optic tract
4 Anterior commissure
5 Internal capsule, sublentiform part
6 Stria terminalis
7 Lateral ventricle, inferior horn
8 Fimbria of hippocampus
9 Cerebral peduncle
10 Decussation of superior cerebellar
peduncles
11 Superior cerebellar peduncle
12 Cerebral aqueduct
13 Cingulate gyrus
14 Anterior parolfactory sulcus
15 Subcallosal area
16 Insula
17 Claustrum
18 Putamen
19 Accumbens nucleus
20 Anterior perforate substance
21 Diagonal gyrus
22 Hypothalamus
23 Mamillary body
24 Oculomotor nerve (III)
25 Substantia nigra
26 Amygdaloid body
27 Ammon\u2019s horn
28 Limbus Giacomini
29 Dentate gyrus
30 Parahippocampal gyrus
31 Collateral sulcus
32 Lateral occipitotemporal gyrus
33 Anterior lobe of cerebellum
34 Primary fissure
35 Posterior lobe of cerebellum
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5 Brain Slices 173
Fig. 5.35. Section through temporal lobe, pons and cerebellum (6/5\ufffd)
1 Trigeminal nerve (V)
2 Middle cerebellar peduncle
3 Superior cerebellar peduncle
4 Fourth ventricle
5 Straight gyrus
6 Olfactory sulcus
7 Orbital gyri
8 Superior temporal gyrus
9 Superior temporal sulcus
10 Middle temporal gyrus
11 Inferior temporal sulcus
12 Inferior temporal gyrus
13 Rhinal sulcus
14 Amygdala
15 Hippocampus
16 Parahippocampal gyrus
17 Collateral sulcus
18 Lateral occipitotemporal gyrus
19 Occipitotemporal sulcus
20 Pons
21 Pontine nuclei
22 Tegmentum of myelencephalon
23 Nodule
24 Tonsil of cerebellum
25 Uvula
26 Pyramid
27 Dentate nucleus
28 Quadrangular lobule
29 Simple lobule
30 Superior semilunar lobule
31 Horizontal fissure
32 Inferior semilunar lobule
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Section II Structure of Spinal Cord
and Brain Parts
6 Topography of Spinal Cord,
Brain Stem and Cerebellum . . . . . 177
7 Diencephalon:
Introduction and Epithalamus . . . 247
8 Diencephalon: Dorsal Thalamus . . 253
9 Diencephalon: Ventral Thalamus
or Subthalamus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 281
10 Diencephalon: Hypothalamus . . . . 289
11 Telencephalon: Introduction
and Olfactory System . . . . . . . . . . . 337
12 Telencephalon: Hippocampus
and Related Structures . . . . . . . . . . 361
13 Telencephalon:
Amygdala and Claustrum . . . . . . . 401
14 Telencephalon: Basal Ganglia . . . . 427
15 Telencephalon: Neocortex . . . . . . . 491
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Spinal Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
\u2013 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
\u2013 The Grey Matter of the Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . 178
\u2013 Primary Afferents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180
\u2013 The White Matter of the Cord . . . . . . . . . . . 182
Topography of the Brain Stem
and the Cerebellum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190
\u2013 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190
\u2013 Cranial Nerve Nuclei in the Brain Stem . . . . 190
\u2013 Medulla Oblongata . . .