Flashcards in Chapter 12 Vocab Deck (16)
Major communication between brain and PNS inferior to the head
Inferior cervical region of spinal cord. Supply upper limbs
Inferior thoracic,lumbar, superior scarab regions. Supply's the lower limbs.
Immediately inferior to the lumbosacral enlargement, spinal cord forms a cone like region.
Roots of spinal nerves extend inferiority from the lumbosacral enlargement and conus medullaris and resemble a horse tail
Connective tissue that surrounds spinal cord and brain
Most superficial and thickest membrane
Dura matter that surrounds the spinal cord from the foramen magnum to the second sacral vertebrae
True space between walls of vertebral canal and dura mater
Deeper than subdural space, wispy, thin
Third, deepest layer of meninges
Connective tissue septa extending from lateral sides of spinal cord to dura mater.
Connective tissue strand that anchors conus medullaris and the cal sac to first coccygeal vertebrae
Below arachnoid mater, above pia mater, blood vessels, CSF
Anterior median fissure and posterior median sulcus
Deep clefts partially departing two halves of spinal cord.