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Lateral Fissure

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carotid canal runs through the _____ bone

temporal

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Anterior cerebral artery

(from internal carotid)

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Meningeal dura

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Falx cerebri

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the main continuation of the internal carotid artery

middle cerebral artery 

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Posterior cerebral artery 

(from basilar)

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the postcentral gyrus is _______ to the central sulcus. which is the _____ cortex

posterior 

sensory 

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reflection of dural folds

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midbrain

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a seperation between the dura mater and the periosteum is referred to as

dural fold

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fissure between hemispheres of the cerebrum 

longitudinal fissure

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Carotid canal

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subarachnoid space with cerebral spinal fluid 

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3rd ventricle 

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Posterior inferior cerebellar artery

(from vertebral)

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the meningeal fold within the longitudinal fissure

falx cerebri

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Internal carotid arteries

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Inferior sagittal sinus 

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Inferior petrosal sinus 

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Middle cerebral artery 

(from internal carotid)

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fissure between cerebrum and cerebellum

transverse fissure

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pons

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Superior petrosal sinus 

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Vertebral artery 

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the 4th ventricle is located between _________

the two halves of the cerebellum 

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Anterior communicating artery 

(connects both anterior cerebrals) 

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Subarachnoid hemorrhage 

blood (usually arterial) escapes into the subarachnoid space 

 

most commonly a ruptured aneurysm 

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meningeal dura

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Postcentral gyrus

sensory cortex

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Anterior spinal

(from vertebrals)

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Precentral gyrus

motor cortex

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4th ventricle 

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Straight sinus

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Dural border hematoma

blood (usually venous) forces open a space within the sublayers of the dura

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lateral lakes

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Internal Carotid Artery 

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periosteal dura

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Central Sulcus

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periosteal layer

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Jugular foramen 

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Transverse sinus 

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Cavernous sinus

(lateral surface of sella turcica)

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Straight sinus

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structure that connects the third and fourth ventricle

cerebral aqueduct 

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Superior cerebellar artery

from basilar 

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medulla

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Sulci

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structure that enables communication between two hemispheres of the cerebellum 

pons

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Great cerebral vein

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Thalamus

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periosteal dura

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edge of the tentorium cerebelli

tentorial notch 

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Tentorium cerebelli

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corpus callosum

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pia mater

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Confluence of sinuses

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basilar artery

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Sigmoid sinus 

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Transverse Fissure

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hypothalamus 

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Anterior inferior cerebellar artery 

(from basilar)

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how does blood travel from the brain to the sinuses

great cerebral vein

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olive

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cavernous sinus is located in the 

sella turcica 

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superior sagittal sinus

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medulla

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on an anteriogram of the arteries of the brain, the artery that makes serveral 90 degree turns can be identified as

the internal carotid 

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pyramid

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parietooccipital sulcus 

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dural veous sinuses are:

spaces bound by meningeal layer of dura

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arachnoid granulations 

(return CSF to blood system)

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Cerebrum

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Cerebellum

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lateral ventricles (2)

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meningeal layer

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Superior sagittal sinus 

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Posterior communicating artery

(connects posterior cerebral and internal carotid)

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foramen magnum

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vertebral artery enters the skull through the 

foramen magnum

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Longitudinal Fissure

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the dura mater is fused with the 

periosteum 

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the straight sinus is a convergence of

falx cerebri and tantorium cerebelli 

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locations where dura mater is seperated from periosteum is filled with

venous blood

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Diencephalon 

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Cavernous sinus

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the meningeal fold winthin the transverse fissure

tentorium cerebelli

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arachnoid mater

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Tentorium cerebelli

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midbrain

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Vertebral arteries

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pons

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dural venous sinus drainage starting from straight sinus: (posterior)

converges with sagittal sinus at the confluence of sinuses to the transverse sinus to the sigmoid sinus to the jugular foramen to the internal jugular vein

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Transverse sinus 

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Gyri

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the third ventricle is in the ______ region of the brain

diencephalon

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the vertebral artery runs through the:

transverse foramina (C6-C1)

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the precentral gyrus is _______ to the central sulcus. which is the _____ cortex

arnterior

motor

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extradural (epidural) hematoma

arterial blood pools between the skill and periosteal layer of dura 

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pons

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Brainstem

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Falx cerebri 

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structure that allows for communication between the two halves of the cerebrum 

corpus callosum

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drainage from the transverse sinus that does not go to the sigmoid sinus flows to the

superior petorsal sinus

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