By Douglas J. Gould

BRS Neuroanatomy, 5th variation is a concise assessment of clinical human neuroanatomy for path and licensing checks, together with the USMLE, and lines more than six hundred board-style overview questions with causes. This variation additionally contains new full-color artwork and layout components, up-to-date scientific correlations, a word list of over 2 hundred key phrases, and an appendix of cranial nerves. BRS Neuroanatomy presents the necessities of human neuroanatomy in a concise, tightly defined, well-illustrated structure.

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Characterized by papilledema without mass, elevated CSF pressure, and deteriorating vision. The ventricles may be slit-like. typically occurs in obese young women. MENINGITIS ●● an inflammation of the pia–arachnoid of the brain, spinal cord, or both. A. Bacterial (pyogenic) meningitis ●● ●● ●● occurs most often in children under 5 years of age (>70% of all cases). characterized clinically by fever, headache, and nuchal rigidity, with Kernig sign. may result in cranial nerve palsies (CN III, CN IV, CN VI, and CN VIII) and hydrocephalus.

9. Parasagittal section through the red nucleus, medial lemniscus, and inferior olivary nucleus. The corticospinal fibers can be traced from the crus cerebri to the spinal cord. The abducent nerve (CN VI) is seen exiting from the junction of the pons and medulla. (Modified from Roberts M, Hanaway J, Morest DK. Atlas of the Human Brain in Section. 2nd ed. 10. Parasagittal section through the caudate nucleus, subthalamic nucleus, substantia nigra, and dentate nucleus. (Modified from Roberts M, Hanaway J, Morest DK.

D. Left and right transverse sinuses ●● originate at the confluence of the sinuses and course anterolaterally along the edge of the tentorium cerebelli to become the sigmoid sinus at the point where the superior petrosal sinuses join it. E. Confluence of the sinuses ●● ●● lies at the internal occipital protuberance. formed by the union of the superior sagittal, straight, and transverse sinuses. F. Sigmoid sinus ●● ●● a continuation of the transverse sinus at the superior petrosal sinuses. passes inferiorly and medially into the jugular foramen.

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