Nervous system

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Additional External Resources:

  1. 3D learning materials related to the central nervous system providing an opportunity to acquire extensive knowledge on the functional morphology of the central nervous system. The resource presents the three-dimensional course of functionally and clinically relevant neuronal pathways.
  2. Canine Ocular Reflexes - A resource allowing students to test the functional integrity of canine ocular reflexes.
  3. Presentations covering various aspects of the nervous system, including organisation and anatomy, divided into three sections: An introduction to the organisation and anatomy of the nervous system, the somatic nervous system, the autonomic nervous system.
  4. short video detailing the large foraminae of the canine skull and cranial nerves associated with them.
  5. Interactive 'Drag n' Drop' exercises to test your knowledge of the nervous system.
  6. Encyclopaedic text content on WikiVet covering the nervous system.  
  7. Self-assessment Flashcards on the nervous system.
  8. PowerPoint tutorials on nerve cell histology.
  9. Nervous system anatomy and physiology WikiQuizzes.
  • ID: 8340
    A dissection video showing the parts of the ventricular system and discussing the production and flow of cerebrospinal fluid using the brain of a dog and the brainstem of a horse.
  • ID: 8464
    Formalin fixed specimen of canine brain showing an infarction
  • ID: 8974
    Dog muscle 'flashcards' showing origin/insertion/innervation. Best viewed in Quicktime to allow manual advance of transitions. Created in Apple Keynote. Full Keynote source file also...
  • ID: 8982
    Keynote presentation of dog muscles, shown first in animated reconstruction then 'flashcards' revealing origin/insertion/innervation. For non-Mac users, a PPT file of the animations, and...
  • ID: 6532
  • ID: 8975
    Dog muscle 'flashcards' showing origin/insertion/innervation. Best viewed in Quicktime to allow manual advance of transitions Created in Apple Keynote. Full Keynote source file also...
  • ID: 6535
  • ID: 9123
    PowerPoint presentation containing labelled and not labelled images of sheep brain.
  • ID: 8976
    Dog muscle 'flashcards' showing origin/insertion/innervation. Best viewed in Quicktime to allow manual advance of transitions. Created in Apple Keynote. Full Keynote source file also...
  • ID: 6380
  • ID: 8977
    Dog muscle 'flashcards' showing origin/insertion/innervation. Best viewed in Quicktime to allow manual advance of transitions. Created in Apple Keynote. Full Keynote source file also...
  • ID: 8980
    Dog muscle 'flashcards' showing origin/insertion/innervation. Best viewed in Quicktime to allow manual advance of transitions. Created in Apple Keynote. Full Keynote source file also...
  • ID: 8981
    Dog muscle 'flashcards' showing origin/insertion/innervation. Best viewed in Quicktime to allow manual advance of transitions. Created in Apple Keynote. Full Keynote source file also...
  • ID: 8979
    Dog muscle 'flashcards' showing origin/insertion/innervation. Best viewed in Quicktime to allow manual advance of transitions. Created in Apple Keynote. Full Keynote source file also...
  • ID: 8876
    Short dissection video detailing the major branches of the common carotid artery and how its pattern of termination supplies blood to the different areas of the head. Some of the large cranial nerves...
  • ID: 8205
    Image showing the lumbosacral plexus and other contents of the pelvic cavity.

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