Human head and neck Inferior petrosal sulcus

1. Cell bodies for the motor supply of the trigeminal nerve lie1. Cell bodies for the motor supply of the trigeminal nerve lie
Inferior petrosal sulcus
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Respiratory Membrane Larynx and Respiratory Tree ArteriesRespiratory Membrane Larynx and Respiratory Tree Arteries
Inferior petrosal sulcus
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Outline Skull and Cranial vault Dr. Bennett-Clarke Relevant definitions related to the skullOutline Skull and Cranial vault Dr. Bennett-Clarke Relevant definitions related to the skull
Bones = Sphenoid, Parietal bones (2), Frontal bone, Occipital bone, Temporal Bones (2), & Ethmoid Bone. Inferior petrosal sulcus
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Human Structure II – Head & Neck Skull Structures NeurocraniumHuman Structure II – Head & Neck Skull Structures Neurocranium
Sutural (Wormian) bones can located along any suture, but are inconsistent from skull to skull, person to person. Inferior petrosal sulcus
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Vasculature of the Central Nervous System ObjectiveVasculature of the Central Nervous System Objective
To reinforce the general understanding you (hopefully) achieved during the first two labs by relating the function of a given brain region and the deficits that could occur after that area is deprived of normal arterial perfusion. Inferior petrosal sulcus
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