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Which cerebral lobes is the auditory cortex found?

Temporal

2

Which cerebral lobes is the primary motor cortex found?

Frontal

3

Which cerebral lobes is the primary sensory cortex found?

Parietal

4

Which of the cerebral lobes is the olfactory cortex found?

Temporal

5

Which of the cerebral lobes is the visual cortex found?

Occipital

6

Which of the cerebral lobes is the Broca's area found?

Frontal

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Which meningeal structure is described?
*Outermost meninx covering the brain; composed of fibrous connective tissue
*its outer forms are the periosteum of the skull

Dura Mater

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Which meningeal structure is described?
*Innermost meninx covering the brain, delicate and highly vascular

Pia Mater

9

Which meningeal structure is described?
*Structure that forms CSF (Cerebral Spinal Fluid)

Chloird Plexus

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Which meningeal structure is described?
*Middle meninx; similar to a cobweb in structure

Arachnoid Mater

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Which meningeal structure is described?
*Structures instrumental in returning CSF to the venous blood in the dural sinuses

Arachnoid Villi

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A- Postcenteral Gyrus
B- Parietal Lobe
C-Parieto-occipital sulcus
D- Occipital Lobe
E- Cerebellum
F- Precentral Gyrus
G- Central Sulcus
H-Frontal Lobe
I- Lateral Sulcus
J-Temporal Lobe
K- Pons
L- Medulla

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1-Cerebral hemisphere (small part)
2- Corpus Callosum
3- Septum Pellucidum
4- Fornix
5- Intermediate Mass
6- Hypothalamus
7- Optic Chiasma
8- Mammillary Bodies
9- Pituitary gland
10- Choriod plexus
11- Thalamus
12- Pineal gland
13- Corpora quadrigemina
14- Cerebral peduncle
15- Cerebral aqueduct
16- Fourth ventricle
17- Pons
18- Cerebellum
19- Medulla oblongata

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