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Anatomy of the Spinal Cord and Ascending/Descending Tracts

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Kelly Piche

on 5 November 2012

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Transcript of Anatomy of the Spinal Cord and Ascending/Descending Tracts

Table of Contents Spinal Cord and Tracts Now let's head to Dropbox - A list of lecture/lab notes to review

- Access the tract cheat sheet to make reviewing the material simple

- Explore additional links to enhance your
learning and comprehension of the material

- Test yourself with quizzes, case studies, and
matching and labeling activities! here's what you'll find in this journey: what to review: www.neuroscience.uth.tmc.edu additional resources welcome! 1) Label basic components and tracts on a cross-section of the spinal cord

2) Choose the proper tract when provided with its description

3) Trace the pathway of a given tract

4) Determine the spinal cord lesion based
on a patient’s clinical presentation objectives: test yourself Neuroscience Lecture Notes
• Spinal Cord Overview (all)
• Introduction to the Brain Stem (pg. 6-25)
• Somatosensory System (all)
• Motor Systems of the CNS (pg. 1-26)

Neuroscience Lab Notes
• Lab 2: Spinal Cord
• Lab 7-8 Sensory, Reflex, and Muscle Testing
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