New Analytic Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene Human and Comparative; For Colleges, Academies and Families with Questions

New Analytic Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene Human and Comparative; For Colleges, Academies and Families with Questions

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1870 edition. Excerpt: ...the posterior bundles also pass upward to two ganglia situated a little behind the striated bodies, and named the Op'tiei Thalami. In these ganglia the fibres seem to terminate, while a new set connects the ganglia with the main surface of the cerebral hemispheres. Fig. 153. Fio. 153 (Leidy). Section Op The Brain Alono The Great Lonoitudinal Fissure.--1, Medulla oblongata. 2, Pons. 3, Crus of tbo cerebrum. 4, Arborescent appearance in section of the fundamental portion of the cerebellum. 5, Left hemisphere of the cerebellum. 6, Inner surface of the left hemisphere of the cerebrum. 7, Corpus callosum. 8, Pellucid septum. 9, Fornix. 10, Anterior crus of the fornix. 19, Foramen of communication between the third and lateral ventricles. 20, Optic nerve. 24, Oculo-motor nerve. 26, Fourth ventricle. 28, Quadrigemiual body. 29, Entrance from the third to to the fourth ventricle. 30, 31, 32, Anterior, middle and posterior lobes of the cerebrum. It will be noticed that these ganglia have an unbroken connection with the spinal cord through the peduncles of the cerebrum and the fibres of the medulla oblongata. Extending backward from the optic thalamus, is a body divided on its upper surface into four eminences, hence called the Corpora Quadrigemina or the Quadrigeminal body. It consists of four small ganglia, sometimes named Optus Ganglia (as they send nerves to the eye), which are attached to the peduncles of the optic thalamus, to the cerebellum and cerebrum and to the medulla oblongata. 443. All the above-mentioned ganglia are variously connected with each other, with the peduncles of the cerebrum and cerebellum, and, through the medulla oblongata, with the spinal cord. 444. The hemispheres of the cerebrum are closely united in their central pajt by a...show more

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