Lab Practical Slide Show

Views:
 
Category: Education
     
 

Presentation Description

No description available.

Comments

Presentation Transcript

Incus/Anvil:

Incus/Anvil

Insula:

Insula Insula

Intermediate Mass of the Thalamus:

Intermediate Mass of the Thalamus Intermediate Mass

Interventricular Foramen:

Interventricular Foramen

Iris:

Iris Iris

Lateral Sulcus:

Lateral Sulcus Lateral Sulcus

Lateral Ventricles:

Lateral Ventricles Lateral Ventricles

Lens:

Lens Lens

Longitudinal Fissure:

Longitudinal Fissure Longitudinal Fissure

Cervical & Lumbar Enlargement:

Cervical & Lumbar Enlargement

Lumbar Plexus:

Lumbar Plexus

Malleus:

Malleus Malleus

Median Nerve:

Median Nerve

Medulla Oblongata:

Medulla Oblongata Medulla Oblongata

Midbrain:

Midbrain

Occipital Lobe:

Occipital Lobe

Oculomotor Nerve:

Oculomotor Nerve Oculomotor

Olfactory Nerve:

Olfactory Nerve Olfactory Nerve

Optic Nerve:

Optic Nerve

Oval Window:

Oval Window

Mammillary Body:

Mammillary Body

Musculocutaneous Nerve:

Musculocutaneous Nerve Musculocutaneous Nerve

Optic Disc:

Optic Disc

Cochlea:

Cochlea

Cilliary Body:

Cilliary Body

Slide 26:

Colliculi

Conjunctiva:

Conjunctiva

Slide 28:

Conus Medullaris

Corpus Callosum:

Corpus Callosum

Cornea:

Cornea

Dorsal root ganglion:

Dorsal root ganglion

Dura Mater meninge:

Dura Mater meninge

eardrum:

eardrum

Epidural space:

Epidural space

Eustachian tube (auditory tube):

Eustachian tube (auditory tube)

External Auditory Canal:

External Auditory Canal

Femoral Nerve:

Femoral Nerve

Filum terminale:

Filum terminale

Fourth ventricle :

Fourth ventricle

Frontal Lobe:

Frontal Lobe

Glossopharyngeal Nerve:

Glossopharyngeal Nerve

Gray Matter:

Gray Matter

Gray Commissure:

Gray Commissure

Anterior, Lateral & Posterior Gray Horn of Spinal Cord:

Anterior, Lateral & Posterior Gray Horn of Spinal Cord

Gyrus:

Gyrus

Hypoglossal Nerve:

Hypoglossal Nerve

Hypothalamus:

Hypothalamus

Slide 48:

Facial Nerve (Cranial nerve #7)

Slide 51:

This “AREA”

Slide 53:

2 1

Slide 54:

NUMBER 7

Slide 56:

Auditory, motor, sensory, visual, broca’s area, pre-motor, pre-frontal, somatosensory

Slide 60:

Protective Layer

Slide 61:

This GUY!

Slide 62:

Marked in RED!

Slide 63:

These Tubes

Slide 64:

The Feature of #5

Slide 67:

The cavity here

Slide 69:

This gland here!

Slide 77:

cerebral peduncles back Two large fibre bundles containing nerve axon cerebral cortex , the brainstem and the spinal cord . The cerebral peduncles function to carry information to and from the cerebellum .

1. Abducens Nerve Cranial Nerve #6 2. Acoustic (vestibucocchlear nerve)Cranial nerve #8 3. Anterior Cavity (Aqueous Humor) 4. Adrenal Gland 5. #1 Adrenal Cortex #2. Adrenal Medulla 6. Anterior Median Fissure 7. Arachnoid Mater Meninge 8. Association Areas of the Cerebral Cortex (1-8) 9. Auditory (Vestibucocchlear) nerve Cranial Nerve #8 10. Auditory Tube (Eustachian Tube) 11. Auricle (pinna) 12. Pia Mater 13. Pineal Gland 14. Pituitary Gland 15. Semicircular Canals 16. Septum Pellucidum 17. Subarachnoid space 18. Subdural Space 19. Third Ventricle 20 Thymus Gland 21. Thyroid Gland :

1. Abducens Nerve Cranial Nerve #6 2. Acoustic ( vestibucocchlear nerve)Cranial nerve #8 3. Anterior Cavity (Aqueous Humor) 4. Adrenal Gland 5. #1 Adrenal Cortex #2. Adrenal Medulla 6. Anterior Median Fissure 7. Arachnoid Mater Meninge 8. Association Areas of the Cerebral Cortex (1-8) 9. Auditory ( Vestibucocchlear ) nerve Cranial Nerve #8 10. Auditory Tube (Eustachian Tube) 11. Auricle ( pinna ) 12. Pia Mater 13. Pineal Gland 14. Pituitary Gland 15. Semicircular Canals 16. Septum Pellucidum 17. Subarachnoid space 18. Subdural Space 19. Third Ventricle 20 Thymus Gland 21. Thyroid Gland

22. Cervical plexus 23. Cuada Equina 24. Cerebrum 25. Cerebral aquaduct 26. cerebellum 27. central sulcus 28. axillary nerve 29. cerebral penduncles 30. cerebellar penduncles 31. cerebral hemispheres (right and left) 32. central fovea 33. central canal 34. brachial plexus 35. basal ganglia 36. ossicles:

22. Cervical plexus 23. Cuada Equina 24. Cerebrum 25. Cerebral aquaduct 26. cerebellum 27. central sulcus 28. axillary nerve 29. cerebral penduncles 30. cerebellar penduncles 31. cerebral hemispheres (right and left) 32. central fovea 33. central canal 34. brachial plexus 35. basal ganglia 36. ossicles

authorStream Live Help