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Brain
...  centimeter dice, although the size could barely differ for various individuals. The human brain is protected by the cranium and the shocks are absorbed by hemibrospinal fluid which is present in the Meninges of the brain. The brain is divided into three components named FORE BRAIN, MID BRAIN, HIND BRAIN and 4 LOBES. The fore-brain is the principle pondering a half of the brain. It has regions  ...

Meninges
...  (or meninx in its singular form) are layers that provide protection to the central nervous system. While the spinal column, cranium and the rest of the central nervous system is protected by bones, Meninges give an extra protection. It maybe a simple layer of connective tissue, but it has several number of functions in some parts of the central nervous system. It has 3 basic forms  ...

Spinal Cord
...  slightly separate the spinal cord into two: the general left and right side. These 2 distinct channels are called the posterior median sulcus and the anterior median fissure. There are also three Meninges protecting the brain, the spinal cord and the cerebrospinal fluid. The pia mater supply oxygen and blood to the cells. Most of the parts in the spinal cord are made up with gray matter, and  ...

Veins To The Head And Neck
...  same path, they run into the right and left subclavian veins which are found immediately below the clavicle. The internal jugular veins are instrumental in the venous drainage of the brain and the Meninges. The neck and the more internally-located regions of the face are affected, too. The internal jugular veins are more exposed to the internal body, and they are bigger compared to external  ...

Pineal Gland
...  pineal gland is located where the Meninges of the corpora quadrigemina surround the brain. This cone-shaped gland measures 9 millimeters wide and 5 to 8 millimeters long. It starts to shrink when a person is 7 years old and continues to adulthood where it looks like a little fibrous tissue. The pineal gland is composed of specialized parenchymal cells and neuroglial cells. It gets innervated  ...


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