Structure and functions of the brain stem
The structure of the brain stem is first explained from a general view (Fig. 36), principal pathways (Figs. 37 and 38), cranial nerve nuclei (Fig. 39), and reticular formation (Fig. 40), then through a series of 16 axial (horizontal) sections (Figs. 41 to 56) parallel to the bicommissural plane and which can be compared to the axial sections in Figs. 99–127.
KeywordsVestibular Nucleus Trigeminal Nucleus Glossopharyngeal Nerve Inferior Olivary Nucleus Medial Vestibular Nucleus
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