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Neuro Neuroanatomy Images and Diagrams

Can any one tell me which all images/diagrams to focus in neuroanatomy?....FA has only two images...is it enough?
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Can any one tell me which all images/diagrams to focus in neuroanatomy?....FA has only two images...is it enough?
Use the pictures in UW, and while you're going through it and through FA look also for pictures online (just google it).
In my opinion make sure you recognize the structures in:
- sagittal section
- coronal section
- horizontal section
- brain stem sections
- spinal cord sections
- brain stem gross (with CNs) anterior and posterior view
- gross brain (to recognize the lobes and the areas)

also work on how bleedings look like and brain tumors.

Hope this helps!
Good luck!
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webpath has a really good tutorial section for the brain...you can check that out .
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Hey everyone. Do they ask you to locate a specific structure in the cut sectioned specimen? like a nuclei? I mean how are the question asked on the real exam?
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