By Duane E. Haines PhD
abundant MRI, CT, MRA, and MRV photos; full-color images and illustrations; 1000s of evaluation questions; and supplemental on-line assets mix to supply a valid anatomical base for integrating neurobiological and medical ideas. In therefore utilising neuroanatomy clinically, the atlas guarantees scholar preparedness for tests and for rotations. This authoritative approach—combined with such salutary gains as full-color stained sections, vast cranial nerve cross-referencing, and platforms neurobiology coverage—sustains the legacy of this progressive instructing and studying device because the neuroanatomy atlas.
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See Figures 10-9 and 10-10 (pp. 318–319) for comparable MRAs of the cerebral arterial circle. 34 2: External Morphology of the Central Nervous System—The Cerebellum: Gross Views and MRI A D Midbrain Anterior quadrangular lobule Anterior lobe (AntLb) Posterior quadrangular lobule Primary fissure Posterior superior fissure E Superior semilunar lobule Hemisphere Bpon Vermis (Ver) AntLb SCP Fourth ventricle Basilar pons (Bpon) B Medulla (Med) Tonsil (Ton) F Biventer lobule Gracile lobule Med Ton Inferior semilunar lobule PostLb Hemisphere Vermis (Ver) Ver C Cerebellar peduncles: Superior (SCP) Middle (MCP) Inferior Colliculi: Superior Inferior Inferior colliculus Anterior lobe (AntLb) G Primary fissure AntLb Horizontal fissure MCP Fl Tonsil (Ton) Nodulus Posterior lobe (PostLb) Rostral (A, superior surface), caudal (B, inferior surface), and an inferior view (C, inferior aspect) of the cerebellum.
Details of the 2-18 cerebral arterial circle and the vertebrobasilar arterial pattern are shown in Figure 2-21 on p. 23. See Figure 10-9 and 10-10 (pp. 318–319) for comparable MRAs of the cerebral arterial circle and its major branches. Anterior cerebral vein Ophthalmic vein Sphenoparietal sinus Anterior intercavernous sinus Cavernous sinus Superficial middle cerebral vein Posterior intercavernous sinus Deep middle cerebral vein Superior petrosal sinus Inferior petrosal sinus Internal jugular vein Sigmoid sinus Basilar plexus Transverse sinus Transverse sinus Anterior vertebral venous plexus Occipital sinus 2-19 Inferior (ventral) view of the cerebral hemispheres, diencephalon, brainstem, and cerebellum showing the locations and relationships of principal sinuses and veins.
On pp. 226–229) Foramen ovale Lateral aspect of pons Superior orbital ﬁssure Loss of sensation on areas of face and in oral cavity served by each division; loss of afferent limb corneal and jaw-jerk reﬂexes (see Figs. on pp. 202–205) Masticatory muscle weakness/paralysis and loss of efferent limb jaw-jerk reﬂex (see Figs. on pp. 230–233) Superior orbital ﬁssure (V1); Foramen rotundum (V2); Foramen ovale (V3) Lateral aspect of pons Pons–medulla junction (medial location) Inability to look down-and-out and diplopia (see Figs.