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1. CNS: Brain and spinal cord 2. Some basic terms 3. Ascending pathways 4. Descending pathways 5. Neurons, neuralgia, and types of synapses 6. Axon terminal and synaptic potential 7. Docking of a synaptic vesicle and the release of acetylcholine 8. Cartoon: Synapse 9. Nerve and its connective tissue sheaths 10. The spinal cord 1: meninges, spinal nerves, spinal roots, and rami 11. Spinal cord 2: Meninges, gray matter, and white matter 12. Cartoon: Meninges 13. Sensory nerve fibers 14. Arterial supply and vascular pattern to a portion of spinal cord 15. The cauda equina of the spinal cord 16. The alpha motoneuron 17. Spinal nerve components 18. The motor unit and motoneuron level 19. The muscle spine 20. Head and neck, midsagittal view 21. Cartoon: Atropos: The immutable one 22. Inferior view of the brain 23. Medial view of the right half of the brain 24. Superior sagittal sinus 25. Interior of the skull 26. Cranial dural venous sinuses 27. The cranial nerves 28. Interior of the skull with cranial nerve exists 29. Dorsal aspect of the brain stem 30. Arterial supply at base of brain 31. Cartoon: Tigroid bodies 32. Lateral view of the brain 33. Medial surface of right cerebral hemisphere 34. Arteries on medial surface of cerebral hemispheres and on lateral surface of cerebellum and lower brain stem 35. Lobes of cerebral hemisphere 36. Underside of the brain 37. Pyramidal tract 38. Pyramidal tract (continued) 39. Cartoon: Latin words used to describe parts of the nervous system 40. Ventricles of the brain in relation to the skull 41. Ventricles of the brain, lateral and superior views 42. Ventricles of the brain, anterior and posterior views 43. Brain dissection showing hippocampus and fornix 44. Brain dissection showing mamillary bodies, fornix, and hippocampus 45. Caudate nucleus, putamen, globus pallidus, and amygdala 46. Caudate nucleus, putamen, and amygdala exposed by opening the left ventricle from the left side 47. Caudate nucleus, thalamus, and left lateral ventricle 48. Cartoon: Fornix 49. Touch, proprioception, pain, and temperature pathways 1 50. Touch, proprioception, pain, and temperature pathways 2 51. Spinothalamic tracts and the transmission of pain 52. Spinal cord lesion 53. Cranial nerve components 54. The branchial arches and the branchiomeric muscles 55. Stereognosis 56. Cranial nerve motor nuclei and parasympathetic nuclei, viewed within a transparent brain stem: dorsal view 57. Motor nuclei and parasympathetic nuclei of cranial nerves in right half of brain stem: medial view 58. Cranial nerve sensory nuclei in a transparent brain stem: dorsal view 59. Cranial nerve sensory nuclei in right half of brain stem 60. The hypoglossal nerve (XII), accessory nerve (XI), and vagus nerve (X) 61. The glossopharyngeal nerve (IX) 62. Levator veli, palatini muscle and soft palate 63. Cartoon: Tragus 64. Dissection of right ear 65. Dissection of right ear showing middle ear and cochlear 66. The membranous labyrinth of the left ear 67. Membranous labyrinth of the left inner ear; cut open 68. Modiolus and cochlear nerve 69. Organ of Corti 70. Outer hair cells and phalangeal cells 71. Stereocilia of outer hair cells 72. Traveling wave and basilar membrane 73. Central acoustic (auditory) pathways 1 74. Central acoustic (auditory) pathways 2 75. Crista ampullaris (canal receptor) 76. The macula of utricle 77. Central vestibular pathways 78. Cartoon: Pes anserinus 79. Facial nerve 1 (VII) 80. Facial nerve 2 81. Facial nerve and higher motor control 82. Facial nerve and its branches 83. Functional components of facial nerve 84. Bell's palsy 85. The trigeminal system 86. Cartoon: Trigemini 87. Trigeminal nerve and its central connections 88. Mandibular nerve and maxillary artery 89. Eye and orbit 90. Right eye: lower half 91. Lower half of right eye and suspension of lens 92. The retina: rods, cones, and Muller cells 93. Retina: simplified cone circuitry 94. Optic nerve: optic disc, and fovea centralis 95. Extrabulbar (extraocular) muscles 96. The two oblique extrabulba muscles 97. Nerves of the orbit; lateral aspect 98. Nerves of the orbit; superior aspect 99. Cranial nerves VI, IV, and III 100. Central visual pathways 101. Optic radiation 102. Dissection of central visual pathways from optic nerve to occipital cortex 103. Left homonymous hemianopsia 104. Bitemporal hemianopsia 105. Cartoon: Hemianopsia 106. The cerebellum: gross structure 107. The cerebellum: general pain 108. The cerebellum: basic circuitry, dorsal view 109. The cerebellum: afferents 110. The cerebellum: general circuitry 111. The cerebellar cortical neurons 112. Cerebellar three-layer cortex 113. Symptoms of cerebellar disease 114. Basal nuclei: interconnections 1 115. Basal nuclei: interconnections 2 116. Parkinson's disease (paralysis agitans) 117. Chorea 118. Athetosis and hemiballism 119. Amygdale, stria terminalis, and ventral amygdalofugal pathway 120. Afferents to amygdaloid body 121. Hippocampal formation 122. Cartoon: Hippocampus 123. Hippocampus and fornix 124. Hippocampal formation: internal organization 125. The autonomic nervous system 126. Basic pathways of the autonomic nervous system 127. Sympathetic fibers to the heart and cardiac pain fibers 128. Autonomic outflow in the head 1 129. Autonomic outflow in the head 2 130. Cartoon: Thalamus means bedroom 131. Thalamus: internal medullary lamina 132. Thalamus: major nuclei 1 133. Thalamus: major nuclei 2 134. Thalamus: reticular nucleus 135. Third ventricle and related structures 136. Some connections of the limbic system: the circuit of Papez 137. Cartoon: Somesthesia 138. Hypothalamic control of pituitary hormones 139. Olfactory pathways 140. The cerebral cortex 141. The cerebral cortex: the localization of function 142. Critical neurotransmitters 143. The dopaminergic system 144. The serotonergic system 145. The strange case of Phineas P. George 146. Cartoon: The five senses

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