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Flashcards in Neuroanatomy Deck (17):
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What do the rostral-caudal and dorsal-ventral axes look like in a mouse? 

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What do the rostral-caudal and dorsal-ventral axes look like in a human? 

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What is the horizontal plane?

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What is the coronal plane?

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What is the saggital plane?

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What is the medial-lateral axis in the brain?

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What is the medial-lateral axis in the spinal cord?

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What does grey matter compose of?

-neurons -astrocytes -oligodendrocytes -microglia

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What does white matter compose of?

-myelinated and unmyelinated axons and glia

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What is gyrus and sulcus?

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What are the arrows pointing to?

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What are the glial cells?

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What do the ventricles look like when looking from the front?

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What do the ventricles look like when looking from the side?

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Where are which nerves on the spine?

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What does a transverse section through the spinal cord look like?

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How are the nerves positioned in the spinal cord?

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