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Brain
...  us to think and take actions primarily based on our thinking. The mind is said to be the middle of nervous system of human being and is highly complex organ. The human brain is enclosed within the cranium. Its design is as similar of other mammals. The scale of a feminine mind is around 1130 cubic centimeters and that of a male is 1260 centimeter dice, although the size could barely differ for  ...

Blood Supply to the Brain
...  the foramen magnum. This is an opening at the base of the skull where the spinal cord merges with the brain region of the medulla oblongata. The arteries are conjoined once they have penetrated the cranium to form the basilar artery. This artery, in turn, serves as the seed where two posterior cerebral arteries are created. The new set of arteries now takes charge of transporting the blood  ...

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  ...


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