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Nervous System
Nervous System
Figure 1: Lobes of Brain
• Each hemisphere of the
cerebrum is divided into five
lobes with specialized functions
in each one
1Reading
2Somatic association area
3Speech (Wernicke’s area)
4Primary sensory area
5Primary motor area
6Frontal association area
7Speech (Broca’s area)
8Olfaction
9Pons
10 Medulla oblongata
11 Cerebellum
12 Auditory association area
13 Hearing
14 Vision
15 Visual association area
Figure 2: Cranial Nerves
& Functions
The twelve pairs of cranial
nerves are attached to the base
of the brain and travel through
various openings in the skull to
reach specific areas of
innervation
Figure 3: Nerves of Upper Body
The brachial plexus is formed
by the ventral roots (green) of
spinal nerves C5-T1 Proximally
to distally, they then form
3 trunks (superior, middle, and
inferior [blue]), 3 anterior and
3 posterior divisions (purple),
3 cords (lateral, posterior, and
medial [red]), and 5 terminal
branches (yellow)
1Ventral root of C5
2Ventral root of C6
3Ventral root of C7
4Ventral root of C8
5Ventral root of T1
6Long thoracic n.
7Dorsal scapular n.
8Subclavian n.
9Suprascapular n.
10 Lateral pectoral n.
11 Medial pectoral n.
12 Upper subscapular n.
13 Medial brachial cutaneous n.
14 Thoracodorsal n.
15 Lower subscapular n.
16 Medial antebrachial
cutaneous n.
17 Musculocutaneous n.
18 Axillary n.
19 Radial n.
20 Median n.
21 Ulnar n.
22 Lateral antebrachial
cutaneous n.
23 Anterior interosseous n.
24 Superficial branch of radial n.
25 Palmar branch of median n.
26 Common palmar digital n.
27 Deep palmar branch of
ulnar n.
28 Superficial branch of ulnar n.
29 Proper palmar digital n.
30 Sympathetic ganglion
31 Intercostal n.
32 Sympathetic trunk
Figure 4: Cervical Plexus
1Hypoglossal n.
2 Transverse cervical n.
3Superior root of ansa
cervicalis
4Inferior root of ansa cervicalis
5Supraclavicular n.
6Phrenic n.
7Accessory n.
8Ventral ramus of C5
9Ventral ramus of C4
10 Ventral ramus of C3
11 Ventral ramus of C2
12 Ventral ramus of C1
13 Lesser occipital n.
14 Great auricular n.
Figure 1: Lobes of Brain (Lateral View) Figure 2: Cranial Nerves & Functions
I Olfactory
Sensory – sense of smell
II Optic
Sensory – sense of sight
III Oculomotor
Motor – ciliary muscle,
sphincter of pupil, most
external eye muscles
IV Trochlear
Motor – superior
oblique muscle
V Trigeminal
Motor – muscles of
mastication
Sensory – head and face
VI Abducens
Motor – lateral rectus
muscle
VII Facial
Motor – facial muscles
and glands
Sensory – anterior 2/3
of tongue, soft palate
VIII Auditory
Sensory – hearing and
balance
IX Glossopharyngeal
Motor – upper
pharyngeal muscles,
parotid gland
Sensory – posterior 1/3
of tongue, pharynx,
middle ear
X Vagus
Motor and Sensory
heart, lungs, trachea,
pharynx, GI tract
XII Hypoglossal
Motor – tongue and
strap muscles
XI Accessory
Motor – trapezius,
sternocleidomastoid
Frontal Lobe
Parietal
Lobe
Occipital
Lobe
Temporal Lobe
Brachial Plexus
Insula
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Figure 4: Cervical Plexus
Figure 3: Nerves of Upper Body (Anterior View)
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p e rm a ch a rts MT Nervous System 2nd EDITION Figure 1: Lobes of Brain (Lateral View) Figure 2: Cranial Nerves & Functions Figure 1: Lobes of Brain • Each hemisphere of the 3 4 5 I Olfactory cerebrumis divided into five Parietal Sensory – sense of smelllobes with specialized functions 2 Frontal Lobe in each one 1 Lobe II Optic 1 Reading 6 Sensory – sense of sight2 Somatic association area Occipital 3 Speech (Wernicke’s area) III Oculomotor 4 Primary sensory area Lobe 7 sphincter of pupil, most5 Primary motor area external eye muscles 6 Frontal association area 15 7 Speech (Broca’s area) IV Trochlear 9 Ponsction Motor – superior 10 Medulla oblongata 14 oblique muscle 11 Cerebellum V Trigeminal 12 Auditory association area Motor – muscles of 13 Hearing mastication 14 Vision 13 Insula Sensory – head and face 15 Visual association area Figure 2: Cranial Nerves 12 8 VI Abducens & Functions Motor – lateral rectus • The twelve pairs of cranial 11 Temporal Lobe muscle n erves are attached to the base VII Facial of the brain and travel through 10 9 Motor – facial muscles various openings in the skull to and glands reach specific areas of Sensory – anterior 2/3 innervation Figure 3: Nerves of Upper Body (Anterior View) of tongue, soft palate Figure 3: Nerves of Upper Body VIII Auditory • The brachial plexus is formed Brachial Plexus Sensory – hearing and spinal nerves C5-T1 • Proximally balance to distally, they then form 7 XII Hypoglossal 3 trunks (superior, middle, and 1 Motor – tongue and inferior [blue]), 3 anterior and strap muscles 3 posterior divisions (purple), 2 8 3 cords (lateral, posterior, and 9 IX Glossopharyngeal medial [red]), and 5 terminal 3 Motor – upper branches (yellow) pharyngeal muscles, 1 Ventral root of C5 4 Sensory – posterior 1/3 2 Ventral root of C6 of tongue, pharynx, 3 Ventral root of C7 5 10 middle ear 4 Ventral root of C8 5 Ventral root of T1 6 12 X Vagus 6 Long thoracic n. 14 Motor and Sensory – 7 Dorsal scapular n. 17 heart, lungs, trachea, 8 Subclavian n. 18 15 pharynx, GI tract 9 Suprascapular n. 10 Lateral pectoral n. 11 XI Accessory 11 Medial pectoral n. 30 19 13 Motor – trapezius, 12 Upper subscapular n. 31 sternocleidomastoid 13 Medial brachial cutaneous n. 16 14 Thoracodorsal n. 32 20 16 Medial antebrachial. cutaneous n. 21 21 19 18 17 Figure 4: Cervical Plexus 17 Musculocutaneous n. 20 18 Axillary n. 19 Radial n. 20 Median n. 21 Ulnar n. 22 22 Lateral antebrachial cutaneous n. 23 Anterior interosseous n. 24 Superficial branch of radial n. 25 Palmar branch of median n. 26 Common palmar digital n.
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