Coronal Sections 2

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    Mammilothalmic Tract
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    Optic Tract (continuation of the optic nerve, connects the eyes to the LGN)
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    Temporal Horn of the Lateral Ventricle
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    Third Ventricle
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    Optic Chiasm (where the optic nerves cross)
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    Optic Tract
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    Third Ventricle
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    Thalmus- sleep, consciousness and alertness
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    Optic Tract
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    Subthalmic Nucleus- one of the main regulators of motor function, connected to the basal ganglia
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    Cingulate Gyrus
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    Pons- relays messages from the cortex and the cortex and the cerebellum. Also plays a role in REM sleep
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    Massa intermedia of the thalmus- a seemingly useless mass of grey matter that forms when the surfaces of the thalmi fuse
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    Fornix
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    Red nucleus- one of the brainstem nuclei. Co-ordinates muscle tone, body position and gait
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    Substantia Nigra- looks like a dark streak that is part of the basal ganglia, one of the dopamine producing areas of the brain, and essential to movement
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    Lateral Geniculate Nucleus- vision centre
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    Occipital Lobe- vision
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    Occipital Horn
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    Cerebellum- muscle co-ordination
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Coronal Sections 2
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