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What is #1?

internal carotid artery

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What is #2?

middle cerebral artery

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3

What is #3?

anterior cerebral artery

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4

What is #1?

vertebral artery

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5

What is #2?

posterior cerebral artery

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What is #3?

superior cerebellar artery

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What is #4?

basilar artery

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What is #5?

anterior inferior cerebellar artery (AICA)

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What is #6?

posterior inferior cerebellar artery (PICA)

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What is #7?

anterior spinal artery

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What is #1?

posterior horn of lateral ventricle (telencephalon)

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What is #2?

body of the lateral ventricle (telencephalon)

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What is #3?

anterior horn of the lateral ventricle (telencephalon)

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What is #4?

atrium of the lateral ventricle (telencephalon)

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What is #5?

lateral ventricle in the sagittal view (telencephalon)

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What is #6?

anterior horn of the lateral ventricle (telencephalon)

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What is #7?

body of the lateral ventricle (telencephalon)

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What is #8?

atrium of the lateral ventricle (telencephalon)

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What is #9?

posterior horn of the lateral ventricle (telencephalon)

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What is #10?

anterior horn of the lateral ventricle (telencephalon)

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What is #11?

temporal (inferior) horn of the lateral ventricle (telencephalon)

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What is #12?

anterior horn of the lateral ventricle (telencephalon)

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What is #13?

posterior horn of the lateral ventricle (telencephalon)

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What is #14?

temporal (inferior) horn of the lateral ventricle (telencephalon)

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What is #15?

septum pellucidum (telencephalon)

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26

What is #1?

3rd ventricle (diencephalon)

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What is #2?

foramen of monroe/interventricular foramen (connects lateral ventricle with 3rd ventricle) (diencephalon)

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What is #3?

anterior recess of the 3rd ventricles (diencephalon)

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29

What is #1?

cerebral aqueduct (aqueduct of sylvius) (midbrain - mesencephalon)

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What is #2?

mass intermedia (connects thalamic nuclei) (diencephalon)

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What is #3?

4th ventricle (pons - open medulla) (metencephalon - myencephalon)

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What is #4?

foramen of luscka (lateral aperture - drains 4th ventricle to subarachnoid space)

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What is #5?

choroid plexus (makes CSF, line ventricles minus anterior & posterior horns of lateral ventricles and cerebral aqueduct)

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What is #6?

foramen of magendie / median aperture (drains 4th ventricle into subarachnoid space)

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35

What is #1?

tentorium cerebelli (separate occipital lobe from cerebellum)

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What is #2?

straight sinus (dura folds that drain CSF into systemic circulation)

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What is #3?

superior sagittal sinus (receive CSF through arachnoid granulations in subarachnoid space to sinuses)

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What is #4?

confluence of sinuses (drains CSF to systemic circulation)

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What is #5?

transverse sinus (drain CSF to systemic via sigmoid sinus to internal jugular vein to R heart)

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What is #6?

falx cerebri (separate 2 cerebral hemispheres; dural fold)

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41

What is broadman’s area of blue pin?

Broadman 4 - precentral gyrus - primary motor cortex

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What is broadman’s area of green pin?

broadman 3, 1, 2 - postcentral gyrus - primary somatosensory cortex

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What is broadman’s area of red pin?

broadman 6 - caudal superior frontal gyrus - premotor.supplementary cortex

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What is broadman’s area of purple pin?

broadman 8, 9 - rostral middle frontal gyrus - frontal eye fields

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What is broadman’s area of white pin?

broadman 5, 7 - superior parietal lobule - sensory association cortex

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What is broadman’s area of #1?

broadman 17 - banks of calcarine fissure - primary visual cortex

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What is broadman’s area of #2?

broadman 18, 19 - medial occipital gyrus - visual association cortex

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What is broadman’s area of #1?

broadman 22 - caudal superior temporal gyrus - wernicke’s area

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What is broadman’s area of #2?

broadman 44 - inferior frontal gyrus - broac’s area

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What is broadman’s area of #3?

broadman 41, 42 - middle superior temporal gyrus - primary auditory cortex

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What is #4?

uncus - limbic system

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What is #5?

parahippocampal gyrus - limbic system

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What is the ** Sulci and Fissures** of #1?

lateral sulcus (fissure)

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What is the ** Sulci and Fissures** of #2?

central sulcus

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What is the ** Sulci and Fissures** of #3?

longitudinal fissure

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What is the ** Sulci and Fissures** of #4?

central sulcus to medial surface

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What is the ** Sulci and Fissures** of #5?

parieto-occipital sulcus

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What is the ** Sulci and Fissures** of #6?

calcarine fissure

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What is the ** Sulci and Fissures** of #1?

lateral sulcus (fissure)

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What is the ** Sulci and Fissures** of #2?

central sulcus

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What is the ** Sulci and Fissures** of #3?

longitudinal fissure

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What is the ** Sulci and Fissures** of #4?

central sulcus to medial surface

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What is the ** Sulci and Fissures** of #5?

parieto-occipital sulcus

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What is the ** Sulci and Fissures** of #6?

calcarine fissure

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What lobe is #1?

frontal

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What lobe is #2?

parietal

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What lobe is #3?

occipital

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What lobe is #4?

temporal

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What lobe is #5?

insular

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What lobe is #6?

limbic

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What structure(s) are #1?

olfactory bulb & tract

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What structure(s) are #2?

optic chiasm & tract

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What structure(s) are #3?

infindibulum

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What structure(s) are #4?

mammillary bodies

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What structure(s) are #5?

pons

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What structure(s) are #6?

medulla oblongata

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What structure(s) are #7?

cerebellum

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What structure(s) are #8?

parahippocampal gyrus

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What structure(s) are #9?

uncus

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What area of the skull is #1?

foramen magnum

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What area of the skull is #2?

middle cranial fossa

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What area of the skull is #3?

anterior cranial fossa

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What area of the skull is #4?

optic foramen

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What area of the skull is #5?

internal auditory meatus

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What area of the skull is #6?

jugular foramen

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What area of the skull is #7?

posterior cranial fossa

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What structure of the spinal cord is #1?

dura mater

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What structure of the spinal cord is #2?

dorsal cervical enlargement

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What structure of the spinal cord is #3?

dorsal lumbosacral enlargement

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What structure of the spinal cord is #4?

cauda equina

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What structure of the spinal cord is #5?

conus medullaris

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What structure of the spinal cord is #6?

filum terminale

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What structure of the spinal cord is #7?

posterior spinal artery

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What structure of the spinal cord is #1?

denticulate ligament

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What structure of the spinal cord is #2?

arachnoid meninges of spinal cord

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What structure of the spinal cord is #3?

segmental blood supply

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What structure of the spinal cord is #4?

ventral/anterior rootlets

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What structure of the spinal cord is #1?

dorsal root ganglion

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What structure of the spinal cord is #2?

anterior spinal artery

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What structure of the spinal cord is #3?

ventral/anterior rootlets

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