By Isabel Lockard
In contemporary years, the bounds of the neurological fields have blurred, and scholars and scientists in all subdivisions of neuroscience now needs to be commonly used not just with the terminology in their personal uniqueness but additionally with that of the comparable disciplines. in keeping with those advancements, the writer has written this revised and multiplied version of her table Reference for Neuroanatomy (Springer-Verlag 1977), entitled table Reference for Neuroscience, moment variation. The dictionary has been amplified to incorporate phrases from neurophysiology, neuropathology, and neuropharmacology, as well as neuroanatomy. Illustrations were further and the references and bibliographythoroughly up to date. scholars and scientists will locate the second one variation of the table Reference for Neuroscience an obtainable and useful consultant to crucial phrases and definitions in all branches of the neurosciences.
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CORD narrow channel extending the length of the spinal cord and the closed medulla and continuous with the caudal tip of the fourth ventricle (Fig. V-3). Syn: syringocele. See canal, spiral, of the cochlea. canal, coch 'lear, EAR canal, fa 'cial [canalis facialis, NA] channel in the petrous part of the temporal bone, from the internal auditory meatus to the stylomastoid foramen, through which the facial nerve passes. Syn: Fallopian canal or aqueduct. canal, hy'aloid [canalis hyaloideus, NA], EYE narrow channel through the vitreous body of the eye.
See also triangle, Sylvian. artery, temp' oral, anterior, CEREBRUM 1. [arteria temporalis anterior, NA] branch of the middle cerebral artery on the lateral surface of the temporal lobe (Fig. A-3). 2. [rami temporales anteriores, NA] one or more branches of the posterior cerebral artery, on the medial, inferior surface of the temporal lobe, which frequently anastomose with corresponding branches from the middle cerebral artery (Fig. A-2). artery, temporal, middle, CEREBRUM 1. [arteria temporalis media, NA] branch of the middle cerebral artery on the lateral surface of the temporal lobe (Fig.
It is attributed to injury in this general region. The cap of Broca is the triangular gyrus. The parolfactory area (of Broca), on the medial surface of the frontal lobe, and the diagonal band (of Broca) were also named for him. Brodmann, Korbinian (1868-1918) German neurologist noted for his studies of the cytoarchitecture of the mammalian cerebral cortex, especially for his maps of the human cerebral cortex (,09). He divided the cortex, on the basis of its cytoarChitectural characteristics, into 11 principal regions and many smaller areas (Fig.
Desk Reference for Neuroscience by Isabel Lockard