Category: Nervous System
Today’s video will teach you a simpler way to learn about the nerves of the brachial plexus. From the roots, trunks, divisions, to the cords and branches, Leslie Samuel shows you another effective way to remember the things you need to know about the anatomy of the brachial plexus.Read More
The central nervous system is such a delicate part of our body that it needs a stable protection against damage and injuries. Learn what protects and surrounds it from the pressures outside of the body.Read More
In this episode, Leslie talks about our “little brain,” or our cerebellum — about its different parts and functions of each. The cerebellum has three fiber peduncles attaching it to the brain stem, and also has three lobes just like our brain. Learn more about the functions and locations of each as you watch through this episode.Read More
Leslie is on a roll today! In this next episode, he tackles about the parts and functions of the occipital and temporal lobes: the occipital lobe being the primary visual cortex and the temporal lobe being involved in processing auditory signals. Watch to learn more about these parts of the brain and their functions, as well.Read More
Today, Leslie discusses the parts and functions of the parietal lobe. Among it’s parts, Wernicke’s area is said to help us understand spoken language. The parietal lobe is also involved in other processes such as perceiving and processing somatosensory events. Watch the video to learn more in detail as Leslie talks about the anatomy and functions of this part of the brain.Read More
Learn more about the brain gyri and sulci or fissures. Get familiar with the anatomy and functions of the frontal lobe in this easy to understand video. Leslie has also included an interesting video about an individual with Broca’s aphasia, a defect in the Broca’s Motor Speech area resulting in speech problems.Read More
In this video, Leslie tells us about the cerebrum and the specific functions that each of its 4 lobes are responsible for.
Wanna know why you are the way you are? Go ahead – watch and find out!