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This reminds me of Ghostbusters capturing a Class 5 in a stream and that makes me SO happy!

By considering the interactions among the various structures in this loop, we can get an overall understanding of how it operates. For example, we know that when this loop is at rest, the neurons of the globus pallidus are spontaneously active and consequently inhibit the VLo of the thalamus. But when this loop is activated by a signal from the cortex, the neurons of the putamen are activated, thus inhibiting those of the globus pallidus. Because the globus pallidus is suddenly less active…

By considering the interactions among the various structures in this loop, we can get an overall understanding of how it operates. For example, we know that when this loop is at rest, the neurons of the globus pallidus are spontaneously active and consequently inhibit the VLo of the thalamus. But when this loop is activated by a signal from the cortex, the neurons of the putamen are activated, thus inhibiting those of the globus pallidus. Because the globus pallidus is suddenly less active…

Indirect spinothalamic pathways. These pathways mediate the affective and arousal components of pain, temperature, and simple tactile sensations. (A) The ascending axons in the paleothalamic tract synapse in the brainstem reticular formation and neurons in midline and intralaminar thalamic nuclei, which then project diffusely to the cerebral cortex including the cingulate gyrus. (B) In the spinoreticular tract, one group of ascending axons projects to the medullary reticular formation, and…

Indirect spinothalamic pathways: these pathways mediate the affective and arousal components of pain, temperature, and simple tactile sensations

Human Physiology - Neurons & the Nervous System II - anatomy of the brain stem

Human Physiology - Neurons & the Nervous System II - anatomy of the brain stem

Corticospinal & corticobulbar tracts

the lumbar connections explain my post-surgery mobility issues, in part. I still don't have complete control over my legs, feet.plus a few other niggling things

Perception Lecture Notes: The Retina

Perception Lecture Notes: The Retina

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