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brain spinal cord

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arbor vitae
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cerebellum
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corpus callosum
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anterior median fissure
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dorsal root ganglion
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posterior horn
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gray matter
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lateral horn
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anterior horn
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central canal
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white matter
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posterior median sulcus
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midbrain
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septum pellucidum
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pons
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hypothalamus
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thalamus
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cerebral aqueduct
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superior colliculi
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inferior colliculi
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fourth ventricle
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third ventricle
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medulla oblongata
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vermis
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frontal lobe
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occipital lobe
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parietal lobe
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temporal lobe
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pituitary gland, infundibulum
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anterior funiculi
white matter at the front of the spinal cord
lateral funiculi
white matter on the sides of the spinal cord
posterior funiculi
white matter in the back of the spinal cord
choroid plexus
grape-like cluster of capillaries found lining the ventricles, produce CSF
cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)
clear fluid in the ventricles, central canal and subarachnoid space - serves as a protective cushion