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3 Quizzes 9/27: Ventricular System 11/20: Brainstem and Basal Ganglia 12/6: Cranial Nerves Clinical Notebooks Due : 11/13 ---- no late submissions accepted. 2 Exams 11/1: Somatosensory System, Visual System, Central Auditory System, and Vestibular System

By shoushan
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Chapter 14 The Brain and Cranial Nerves

Chapter 14 The Brain and Cranial Nerves

Chapter 14 The Brain and Cranial Nerves. Largest organ in the body at almost 3 lb. Brain functions in sensations, memory, emotions, decision making, behavior. Principal Parts of the Brain. Cerebrum Diencephalon thalamus & hypothalamus Cerebellum Brainstem medulla, pons & midbrain.

By zion
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CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF THE ICP FOLLOWING ETV IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CSF-SHUNT FAILURE

CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF THE ICP FOLLOWING ETV IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CSF-SHUNT FAILURE

CONTINUOUS MONITORING OF THE ICP FOLLOWING ETV IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CSF-SHUNT FAILURE. Essam Elgamal FRCS(SN) King Saud University - Riyadh. Neuroendoscopic indications in Hydrocephalus. 1ry treatment: ETV Shunt Insertion Aqueductoplasty Choroid plexectomy Shunt Complications: ETV

By lydia
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The Cardiovascular System

The Cardiovascular System

The Cardiovascular System. Chapter #13. Human Heart. 13.1 Introduction. The heart pump 7,000 liters of blood/day. Pumps 2.5 billion times in an average life span. The heart, arteries, veins, capillaries, and blood make up the cardiovascular system.

By drea
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Cerebrum

Cerebrum

2. Central Sulcus. 6. Parietal Lobe. 7. Frontal Lobe. 8. Temporal Lobe. 3. Occipital Lobe. 1. 4. Cerebrum. Cerebellum. 5. Medulla Oblongata. Post-Central Gyrus (Primary Somatosensory Cortex). Pre-Central Gyrus (Primary Motor Cortex). 2. 1. Gyri seperated by Sulci. 5. 3. 4.

By cinderella
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Anatomy of the Cardiovascular System

Anatomy of the Cardiovascular System

Anatomy of the Cardiovascular System. Chapter 18. Heart. Location: mediastinum, just behind the body of the sternum, between second-sixth ribs. 2/3 of mass is left of the midline of the body Posteriorly rests against the fifth to eighth thoracic vertebrae

By nicholas
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Chapter 13

Chapter 13

Chapter 13. The Spinal Cord and Nerves. Meninges. Epidural space Dura Mater tissue Subdural Space Arachnoid tissue Subarachnoid space (cerebrospinal fluid) Pia Mater tissue Brain and spinal cord. Conus Medullaris Cauda Equina Filium Terminale. Ventricles. Terms. Shingles

By kendall
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Neurobics: Exercising the Brain Body Connection

Neurobics: Exercising the Brain Body Connection

Neurobics: Exercising the Brain Body Connection. Tamara Burket , RN, MS, ACNS-BC, GCNS-BC, CCRN, FGNLA Penn State Hershey Medical Center Thanks to: David Gill, MD Linda Shumaker Pennsylvania Health and Aging Coalition. Theories Of Aging. Wear & Tear Free radicals Breakdown DNA damaged

By dai
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Chapter 12 – the heart

Chapter 12 – the heart

Chapter 12 – the heart. 4 chambers – which act as 2 pumps for pulmonary circulation and systemic circulation See diagrams pp. 324- 329 Location – thoracic cavity between the lungs, within the mediastinum Apex – most inferior portion Base – superior portion . Heart anatomy. diagram.

By noam
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Do now:

Do now:

Do now:. Why do we do CPR on someone that appears to be having a heart attack? Do we expect the person to be revived? 1. Ideally, the pumping will start the heart although highly unlikely.

By quynh
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Ch 11-14 Nervous System Review

Ch 11-14 Nervous System Review

Ch 11-14 Nervous System Review. Question 1 . There are “spaces” in the brain that provide cerebral fluid around the brain. What are these spaces called?. Answer. Ventricles. Question 2.

By thu
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Cardiovascular Structure and Function

Cardiovascular Structure and Function

Cardiovascular Structure and Function. Function of CV system:. Transport of O 2 to tissues and remove waste (delivery and garbage) Transport nutrients to tissues Regulate body temperature Right and left sides have separate functions:. R side.

By riva
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SINGLE VENTRICLES

SINGLE VENTRICLES

SINGLE VENTRICLES. Perils of Imperfect Plumbing. R. Dennis Steed, MD Associate Professor Department of Pediatrics Division of Pediatric Cardiology East Carolina University – Brody School of Medicine Greenville, NC. Single Ventricles Anatomical Substrates.

By cai
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Head CT Basics : Trauma

Head CT Basics : Trauma

Head CT Basics : Trauma. Micelle Haydel, MD LSU-New Orleans. First, a little test…. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Head CT Interpretation the basics. A Little History. In the early 1970s, Hounsfield developed a way of computerizing Xrays to select certain densities for viewing.

By amir-hewitt
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Your Heart - The Four Chambers

Your Heart - The Four Chambers

Heart has 4 chambers- two Atria (atrium-singular) and two Ventricles. The atria have thinner walls compared to those of ventricles which are thick and muscular. The atria receive blood and ventricles pump blood. The wall that separates left and right atria is known as Inter Atrial Septum (IAS) and the one that separate ventricles is called Inter Ventricular Septum (IVS).

By heartandaorta
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Head CT Basics : Trauma

Head CT Basics : Trauma

Head CT Basics : Trauma. Micelle Haydel, MD LSU-New Orleans. First, a little test…. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Head CT Interpretation the basics. A Little History. In the early 1970s, Hounsfield developed a way of computerizing Xrays to select certain densities for viewing.

By hughp
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