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Neuroanatomy Labelled Specimen for 2nd Yr MBBS Spotting

Neuroanatomy Labelled Specimen for 2nd Yr MBBS Spotting


Cerebrum -  Sagittal section

Folowing structures are visible:
Medial frontal gyrus
Paracentral lobule
Precuneus
Cingulate sulcus
Septum pellucidum
Fornix
Head of caudate process
Thalamus
Hypothalamus
Midbrain
Colliculi
Corpus Callosum: Rostrum, Genu, Body, Splenium



Gross Anatomy of Base of Brain - Cerebral hemisection
Structures visible:
Occipitotemporal gyrus
Parahippocampal gyrus
Orbital gyri and sulci
Olfactory sulcus
Mammillary body
Midbrain





Neuroanatomy/ Neurology specimen: Brainstem gross anatomy - Ventral surface

Structures seen: Pons, Medulla, Cerebellum
Also Basilar artery, Cerebellar art, cerebellum






Neuroanatomy/ Neurology specimen: Cerebellum - Superior surgace

Structures seen: Anterior lobe, posterior lobe, primary fissure, Vermis, Cerebellar notch, Horizontal fissure





Neuroanatomy/ Neurology specimen: Cerebellum - Inferior surface
Structures seen:
Tonsil
Vallecula 
Posterior lobule






Neuroanatomy/ Neurology specimen: Cerebellum - Ventral Aspect
Structures seen
Cerebellar peduncles (Superior and inferior), Nodule, Flocculus





Neuroanatomy/ Neurology specimen: Cerebral hemisphere - Superolateral surface






Neuroanatomy/ Neurology specimen: Cerebral Sagittal Section Labelled


Neuroanatomy/ Neurology specimen: Cerebral hemisphere model

Contributions by M.Qudrutullah Rana:



Neuroanatomy/ Neurology specimen: Sagittal section of brain on dissected specimen
Labelled



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