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Nervous System - Anatomy - Lecture Slides

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Post: October 22th, 2012
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Appendicular skeleton, digestive system, functions of anatomy, tissue and urinary system, joints, respiratory system, nerve, brain, cell, bones, blood vessels, cardiovascular system, central nervous system are topics of this Anatomy course. This lecture includes: Nervous, System, Tissue, Fundamentals, Neuroglia, Synapse, Nomenclature, PNS, Neurons
Appendicular skeleton, digestive system, functions of anatomy, tissue and urinary system, joints, respiratory system, nerve, brain, cell, bones, blood vessels, cardiovascular system, central nervous system are topics of this Anatomy course. This lecture includes: Nervous, System, Tissue, Fundamentals, Neuroglia, Synapse, Nomenclature, PNS, Neurons
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Chapter 12: Fundamentals of the Nervous System and Nervous Tissue Overview of the NS   PNS (Peripheral Nervous System) CNS (Central Nervous System) Neurons Neuroglia Synapse Some nomenclature Docsity.com Functional Overview of NS CNS = Brain and Spinal Cord Integration, processing and coordination of sensory data and motor commands Higher functions PNS 1. Sensory or afferent division with sensory neurons. Brings sensory info from PNS to CNS. Begins at receptors 2. Motor or efferent division with motor neurons. Brings motor commands to peripheral tissue. Ends at effector cells. Docsity.com Functional Overview of NS Made up of neurons and neuroglia Docsity.com Similar to fig 12.3 Docsity.com Cellular Organization of Neural Tissue Two cell types: 1. Neurons 1. “Excitable” cells 2. Neuroglia (mostly not excitable)       Schwann cells Satellite cells Astrocytes Oligodendrocytes Microglial cells Ependymal cells Docsity.com 1. Neurons Cell body o..

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