CDO 335 Week Three Notes
CDO 335 Week Three Notes CDO 335
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Date Created: 09/16/15
CDO 335 Week Three Notes 0 Temporal Lobe o Auditory reception understand language 0 Receptive language processing 0 Wernicke s Area Language comprehension Only found on left side 0 Heschl s Gyrus All auditory information is projected here Auditory center 0 Lateral sulcus Border only one Both anterior and superior Occipital Lobe 0 Visual processing 0 Transverse Fissure Inferior boundary Separates occipital lobe from cerebellum o Parietooccipital Sulcus Superior boundary lnsula or Isle of Reil 0 5th lobe o Seen if the temporal lobe is pulled laterally by peeling back the lateral sulcus 0 Embedded beneath both the frontal and temporal lobes is the insula on both sides of brain deeper structure 0 Operculum Cover of the insula for protection 0 Anterior and posterior portions of the insula involved in Regulation of hormones Homeostasis Limbic Lobe Limbic System 0 6th lobe 0 Not anatomically distinct but so named due to its functional relationship with motivation emotional behavior amp affect sex drive memory etc Hypothalamus hippocampus etc o Deeper brain structures Subcortex Basal Ganglia gure 1120 Page 567 0 Coordination of ne movements gross motor movements 0 Comprised of 3 parts Caudate Nucleus Putamen Globus Pallidus o Lenticular Process Putamen and Globus Pallidus Because their nuclei are lens shaped o Striatum Putamen and Caudate Nuclei Cerebellum o Coordinated movements that the cerebrum brain initiates o Ensures precise smooth nely tuned movements Thalamus o The principal relay and integration center for sensory information Hypothalamus o Comprised of nuclei responsible for controlling visceralmetabolic activities such as water balance temperature sleep and metabolic function homeostasis o Diencephalon o Thalamus and hypothalamus Amygdala o Generates emotional responses such as fear desire etc o Affects the way we relate to the world and others around us Hippocampus 0 Memories are forged here 0 Turning experiences into neural pathways that are stored for future reference Brainstem pg 58385 gure 1129 1130 1131 Comprised of 3 parts superior to inferior o Midbrain o Pons o Medulla Oblongata Cranial nerves and their nuclei arise from the brainstem Exits Basic bodily functions for life are maintained here 0 Le breathing swallowing heart rate The Ventricles and Cerebrospinal Fluid CSF pg 547 CNS is bathed in cerebrospinal uid CSF Provides a cushion for neural tissue and delivers nutrients and removes waste CSF is contained within ventricles spaces within the brain Choroid Plexus 0 Within each ventricle 0 Aggregate of tissue which produces the CSF Lateral Ventricles paired o Largest of all ventricles o Produces the bulk of CSF o Extends into all brain lobes Septum Pellucidum 0 Thin tissue that separates the lateral ventricles 3rOI Ventricle o Lies between two sides of the thalamus 0 Only have one in the middle 4th Ventricle o Sits between the cerebellum and the pons o Posterior to pons and anterior to cerebellum The Meninges gures 116 117 pg 541543 Main function is protection 3 layers super cial to deep 0 Dura Mater Most super cial layer Made up of two layers that are tough and tightly bound together Lines outside surface of skull Major function is to provide protection to the brain 0 Arachnoid Mater Middle layer Weblike structure which conforms around the brain Separates dura mater from pia mater Much less tough than dura mater Many blood vessels pass through here
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