By George R. Leichnetz
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9c 45 Sacral spinal cord cross section. extremity. The ventral horns are enlarged because they contain motor neurons to muscles of the leg. The amount of white matter is proportionately smaller than in higher regions of the cord because the sensory and motor tracts are diminished in size (Fig. 9b). In cross section the sacral spinal cord (S1 – S3) still contributes to the lumbosacral plexus and the innervation of the lower extremity and therefore has a signiﬁcant amount of gray matter, but the white matter is minimal because the sensory and motor tracts are at their smallest (Fig.
The remainder of the parietal lobe is made up by two lobules, the superior and inferior parietal lobules, separated by the intraparietal sulcus that runs horizontally perpendicular to the postcentral gyrus (Fig. 3). 3 Parietal lobe. the caudal end of the superior temporal sulcus. In the left dominant hemisphere, these two gyri make up part of Wernicke’s area, a cortical area concerned with language comprehension. INSULAR LOBE AND TEMPORAL LOBE The insular lobe is hidden in the depths of the lateral sulcus (Fig.
7). The ventral aspect of the midbrain contains the cerebral peduncles and the depression between them, the interpeduncular fossa, from which the oculomotor nerves (CN III) emerge. The trochlear nerves (CN IV), which exit from the dorsal aspect of the midbrain, course ventrally around the cerebral peduncles to join the oculomotor nerves en route to the orbit where they supply extraocular muscles.
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