Brain Anatomy

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Frontal lobe

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Parietal lobe

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Occipital lobe

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Temporal lobe

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Insula

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Longitudinal Fissue

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Transverse Cerebral Fissure

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Cerebellum

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Pons

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Medulla oblongata

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Pituitary gland

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Falx cerebri

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Falx cerebelli

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Tentorium cerebelli

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Precentral gyrus

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Postcentral gyrus

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Central sulcus

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Superior colliculus of Corpora Quadragemina

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Inferior colliculus of corpora quadrigemina

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Thalamus

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Hypothalamus

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Optic chiasma

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Corpus callosum

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Fornix

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Lateral ventricle

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Third ventricle

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Fourth Ventricle

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Cerebral aquaduct

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Pineal gland

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Arbor vitae

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  • Responsible for sensing, thinking, learning, emotion, consciousness, and voluntary movement
  • Cognitive functions – learning, language, conscious interpretation of sensory information and planning of movement, and personality

Cerebrum function

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Contains the primary motor area

Precentral gyrus

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Contains the primary sensory area

Postcentral gyrus

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Bridge of fibers passing info between two cerebral hemispheres

Corpus callosum

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Relay station for sensory information

Thalamus

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Controls body temperature, hunger, thirst, and hormonal functions

Hypothalamus

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Regulates other endocrine glands, secretes hormones

Pituitary gland

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Sleep and arousal

Pons

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Houses respiratory and cardiovascular center along with heartbeat and blood pressure reflexes

Medulla oblongata

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Controls posture, balance, and muscle coordination

Cerebellum

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Releases melatonin

Pineal gland