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Ventricles CSF and Meninges

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In this anatomy lecture, DrBeen faculty, Dr. Adam Jones discusses ventricles, cerebrospinal fluid, and the meninges.

Following structural elements are presented and discussed. 

1. Pterion

2. Frontal bone

3. Temporal bone

4. Parietal bone

5. Sphenoid bone

6. Extradural hemorrhage

7. Middle Meningeal Artery

8. Subdural hemorrhage

9. Subarachnoid hemorrhage

10. Dura mater

11. Arachnoid Mater

12. Pia mater

13. Lateral Ventricles

14. Foramen of Munro

15. Third Ventricle

16. Cerebral Aqueduct

17. Fourth Ventricle

18. Hydrocephalus

19. Foramen of Magendie

20. Foramen of Luschka

21. Subarachnoid space

22. Choroid plexus

23. Ependymal cells

In this video we will briefly talk about :

1. Meningeal layers of brain. 

2. Epidural, subdural and arachnoid hemorrhage. 

3. Ventricular system of brain.

4. CSF drainage through ventricles.

5. Microcephaly and Hydrocephalus. 

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In addition to the presenter, following authors may have helped with the content writing, review, or approval:

  • Adam Jones MD

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Adam Jones MD Author declares no conflict of interest.

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