BUS 17 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Central Nervous System, Traumatic Brain Injury, Neural Groove

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Afferent nerves(sensory nerves): structure, any location in the brain can be. Brainstem= the region of the brain that includes much of carry information to the brain and spinal cord. localized on three planes, namely coronal. Efferent nerves(motor nerves): plane, horizontal plane and sagittal plane. the hindbrain(excluding cerebellum)and midbrain: hindbrain is composed of the medulla, the pons and carry information out of the brain and spinal cord, the nervous system has two main divisions. Central nervous system(cns): the brain ad spinal cord. Peripheral nervous system(pns): the network of nerves that connects the brain and spinal cord to other parts of the body. the cerebellum. Medulla: helps to control breathing and regulate reflexes that allows to maintain an upright posture, medulla lies next to the spinal cord. Pons: the pons affects activities such as sleeping, walking and dreaming, contains several clusters of fiber involved in sleep and arousal.

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