Describe and locate the protective layers and spaces around the spinal cord, as well as Cerebrospinal fluid

Introduction to the Nervous system.
1. Describe the organization of the nervous system, including all divisions, subdivisions, and their respective structures.
2. Describe the structure, and their functions, of a typical neuron. Give functions of neuroglia cells. Describe function of a neurotransmitter at the neuromuscular junction.
3. Describe the parts of a reflex arc, given each part’s function. Identify the function of each neuron type.
Spinal cord and nerves
1. Describe and locate the protective layers and spaces around the spinal cord, as well as Cerebrospinal fluid.
2. Describe the gross anatomy of the spinal cord.
3. Describe the cross-sectional anatomy of the spinal cord, including specific neuron types.
4. Describe the structure of a nerve.
Brain and cranial nerves
1. Name the three meninges and their basic characteristics. List them in order, including any relevant spaces.
2. Locate the production site for Cerebrospinal fluid.
3. Name the regions of the brain and relate to cranial bones.
4. Name and locate the important cerebral cortex areas and their functions. Include the corpus callosum.
5. Name and locate the important structures of the diencepalon and their functions.
6. Name and locate the important structures of the brain stem and their functions.
7. Describe the structure and function of the cerebellum.
8. Name all 12 pairs of cranial nerves, providing basic functions for each.

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