By Lennart Heimer
This ebook used to be written to serve either as a advisor for the dissection of the human mind and as an illustrated compendium of the practical anatomy of the mind and spinal wire. during this feel, the e-book represents an up-to-date and improved model of the publication The Human mind and Spinal wire written by way of the writer and released in Swedish by means of Scandinavian collage Books in 1961. The complex anatomy of the mind can frequently be extra simply preferred and understood relating to its improvement. a few perception in regards to the coverings of the mind also will make the mind dissections extra significant. Introductory chapters on those topics represent half I of the ebook. half 2 consists of the dissection consultant, within which textual content and illustrations are juxtaposed up to attainable in an effort to facilitate using the booklet within the dissection room. the strategy of dissection is the same to dissection proce dures utilized in many clinical faculties during the global, and diversifications of the method were released by means of numerous authors together with Ivar Broman within the "Manniskohjarnan" (The Human mind) released by way of Gleerups F6rlag, Lund, 1926, and Laszlo Komaromy in "Dissection of the Brain," released by means of Akademiai Kiado, Budapest, 1947. the good acclaim for the CT scanner justifies an additional laboratory consultation for the comparability of approximately horizontal mind sections with matching CT scans.
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Chiasmatic cistern below and anterior to the optic chiasm. CEREBROSPINAL FLUID The eSF fills the ventricular system and the subarachnoid space. It is a clear and colorless waterlike fluid that is formed primarily by the choroid plexus in the lateral ventricles and, to a lesser degree, by the choroid plexus of the third and fourth ventricles. The formation of eSF is complex and includes both passive filtration and active secretory mechanisms. eSF produced in the lateral ventricles enters the third ventricle through the interventricular foramen and flows through the cerebral aqueduct into the fourth ventricle (Fig.
30C). A tonsillar herniation ("cerebellar pressure cone") will cause compression of the medulla oblongata, which may compromise vital respiratory and circulatory functions. SUGGESTED READING 1. Browder, J. and H. A. Kaplan, 1976. Cerebral Dural Sinuses and Their Tributaries. Charles C Thomas: Springfield, Illinois. 2. Dejong, R. , 1979. The Neurologic Examination, 4th ed. Harper & Row: Hagerstown, Maryland, pp. 743-795. 3. Fishman, R. , 1980. Cerebrospinal Fluid in Diseases of the Nervous System.
Major Subdivisions of the Brain The Ventricle System The cavity in the rostral part of the neural tube develops into the ventricle system of the brain. The greatest morphologic changes take place in the cerebral hemisphere, in which develops a long curved cavity, the lateral ventricle (Fig. 17). Its shape can best be understood if one conceives of the development of the temporal lobe as a semicircular expansion of the ventral part of the hemisphere (Fig. 16). The different parts of the lateral ventricle are referred to as the anterior horn, central part, posterior horn, and temporal horn.