Intraventricular hemorrhage with subarachnoid extension, ventral surface of brain.
Ventricular blood emanating through foramina of Lushcke and Magendie to cover the posterior cerebellum at the base of the brain. As described initially by Thomas Willis (of circle of Willis fame), intraventricular hemorrhage is often first encountered by the pathologist as grummous blood encircling the base of the brain.
A neural circuit for alternating rhythmic activity, what would be engaged in the spinal control of walking for example. Or as I like to call it, a total mind fuck.
Brain and Spinal Cord
The four lobes of the cerebral cortex
1. Frontal lobe - conscious thought; damage can result in mood changes;
2. Parietal lobe - plays important roles in integrating sensory information from various senses, and in the manipulation of objects; portions of the parietal lobe are involved in visuospatial processing.
3. Occipital lobe - sense of sight; lesions can produce hallucinations.
4. Temporal lobe - senses of smell and sound, as well as processing of complex stimuli like faces and scenes.
The insula is a portion of cortex in between and covered by the temporal and parietal lobes. Some consider it as a separate lobe, but others as a part of the limbic structure deep in the brain.
cranial nerves II, III, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX
X, XI, XII
Anonymous asked: What do your other personalities think of the Joker? Would you know? They definitely weren't around when you were treating him, but they have the same knowledge of him as you and all, right?
I…don’t know. I don’t know what they see. What they do. How they even feel. Harley wasn’t as fully realized as she is now, neither was the third,...
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