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An Atlas of the Medulla and Midbrain (1901): Chapter I. Introductory | Chapter II. The Long Tracts | Chapter III. The Columns Of The Spinal Cord | Chapter IV. Cerebellar Peduncles | Chapter V. The Cerebral Nerves And Their Nuclei | Chapter VI. The Cerebral Nerves And Their Nuclei (Continued). Lateral Group | Chapter VII. The Inferior And Accessory Olives | Chapter VIII. The Midbrain | Chapter IX. The Formatio Reticularis Alba And Grisea | General Summary of what Is shown In Reconstruction | References To Literature | Abbreviations | Description of Figures and Plates


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Sabin FR. and Knower H. An atlas of the medulla and midbrain, a laboratory manual (1901) Baltimore: Friedenwald.

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This 1901 book by Florence Rena Sabin (1871 - 1953) and her collaborator presents one of the very earliest atlases of the human central nervous system, describing the midbrain and brainstem. This atlas was extremely useful for later researchers attempting to both understand the development and mapping of the midbrain and medulla. Florence Sabin later work was as a key historic researcher in early 1900's establishing our early understanding of both vascular and lymphatic development in the embryo.



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An Atlas of the Medulla and Midbrain (1901): Chapter I. Introductory | Chapter II. The Long Tracts | Chapter III. The Columns Of The Spinal Cord | Chapter IV. Cerebellar Peduncles | Chapter V. The Cerebral Nerves And Their Nuclei | Chapter VI. The Cerebral Nerves And Their Nuclei (Continued). Lateral Group | Chapter VII. The Inferior And Accessory Olives | Chapter VIII. The Midbrain | Chapter IX. The Formatio Reticularis Alba And Grisea | General Summary of what Is shown In Reconstruction | References To Literature | Abbreviations | Description of Figures and Plates


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Chapter I. Introductory

Chapter II. The Long Tracts

Chapter III. The Columns Of The Spinal Cord

Chapter IV. Cerebellar Peduncles

Chapter V. The Cerebral Nerves And Their Nuclei

Chapter VI. The Cerebral Nerves And Their Nuclei (Continued). Lateral Group

Chapter VII. The Inferior And Accessory Olives

Chapter VIII. The Midbrain

Chapter IX. The Formatio Reticularis Alba And Grisea

General Summary of what Is shown In Reconstruction

References To Literature

Abbreviations

Description of Figures and Plates


Contents

Chapter I. Introductory

Method Of Using Atlas

Chapter II. The Long Tracts

A. In The Medulla (Medulla Sheet)

B. In The Pons And Midbrain (Lemnisci And Formatio Reticularis)

Chapter III. The Columns Of The Spinal Cord

A. Ventrolateral Column

(A) Ventral Part

(&) Dorsal Part

B. Dorsal Column

Chapter IV. Cerebellar Peduncles

Inferior Peduncle, Or Corpus Restiforme

Superior Peduncle, Or Brachium Conjunctivum

Chapter V. The Cerebral Nerves And Their Nuclei

Median Group (Red In Model).

(A) N. Hypoglossus, XII

Nucleus N., XII

(&) N. Abducens, VI

Nucleus N., VI

(C) N. Trochlearis, IV

Nucleus N., Iv 56

(D) N. Oculomotorius, III

Nucleus N., III

Chapter VI. The Cerebral Nerves And Their Nuclei (Continued). Lateral Group

A. Motor Nerves (Red In Model)

(A) N. Accessprius, XI

Nucleus N., XI.


(B) N. Glossopharyngeus Et N. Vagus, Ix And X

Nucleus N., Ix And X

(C) N. Facialis, VII

Nucleus N., VII

(D) N. Trigeminus, V

Nucleus N., V

B. Sensory Nerves (Blue In Model)

(A) N. Glossopharyngeus Et N. Vagus, Ix And X

Nucleus N. , Ix And X

(&) N. Trigeminus, V

Nucleus N., V

(C) N. Vestibuli, Viii

Nuclei N. Vestibuli

(D) N. Cochleae, Viii

Nuclei N. Cochlese

Chapter VII. The Inferior And Accessory Olives

Chapter IIIi. The Midbrain

1. Relation Of Its Structures To The Central Fibre Mass

2. The Nucleus Ruber (Red Nucleus) And Its Capsule

3. The Fasciculus Retroflexus (Meynerti)

4. The Decussatio Tegmenti Dorsalis (Meynerti)

5. The Decussatio Tegmenti Ventralis Of Forel

6. Stratum Album Prof Undum (Deep White Layer)

7. Substantia Centralis Grisea (Central Gray Matter)

8. The Pyramidal Tract

9. Substantia Nigra

Chapter IX. The Formatio Reticularis Alba And Grisea

General Summary of what Is shown In Reconstruction

References To Literature

Figures

Contents

CHAPTER I.

PAGE

INTRODUCTORY 13

METHOD OF USING ATLAS 18

CHAPTER II. THE LONG TRACTS. 20

A. In the Medulla (medulla sheet) 21

B. In the Pons and Midbrain (Lemnisci and Formatio Reticularis) 22

CHAPTER III. THE COLUMNS OF THE SPINAL CORD. 35

A. Ventrolateral column 36

(a) Ventral part 36

(&) Dorsal part 39

B. Dorsal column 40

CHAPTER IV. CEREBELLAR PEDUNCLES.

Inferior peduncle, or Corpus Restiforme 45

Superior peduncle, or Brachium Conjunctivum 46

CHAPTER V. THE CEREBRAL NERVES AND THEIR NUCLEI. Median Group (red in model). 51

(a) N. hypoglossus, xii 53

Nucleus N., xii 52

(&) N. abducens, vi 55

Nucleus N., vi 54

(c) N. trochlearis, iv 56

Nucleus N., iv 56

(d) N. oculomotorius, iii . 58

Nucleus N., iii 57

CHAPTER VI. THE CEREBRAL NERVES AND THEIR NUCLEI (continued). Lateral Group.

A. Motor Nerves (red in model) 61

(a) N. accessprius, xi 62

Nucleus N., xi. . 61


(b) N. glossopharyngeus et N. vagus, ix and x 64

Nucleus N., ix and x 63

(c) N. facialis, vii 64

Nucleus N., vii 64

(d) N. trigeminus, v 65

Nucleus N., v 65

B. Sensory Nerves (blue in model) 68

(a) N. glossopharyngeus et N. vagus, ix and x 69

Nucleus N. , ix and x 70

(&) N. trigeminus, v 72

Nucleus N., v 74

(c) N. vestibuli, viii 76

Nuclei N. vestibuli 78

(d) N. cochleae, viii 82

Nuclei N. cochlese 82-85

CHAPTER VII. THE INFERIOR AND ACCESSORY OLIVES 86

CHAPTER VIII. THE MIDBRAIN.

1. Relation of its Structures to the Central Fibre Mass 92

2. The Nucleus Ruber (red nucleus) and its Capsule 94

3. The Fasciculus Retroflexus (Meynerti) 98

4. The Decussatio Tegmenti Dorsalis (Meynerti) 99

5. The Decussatio Tegmenti Ventralis of Forel 100

6. Stratum Album Prof undum (deep white layer) 100

7. Substantia Centralis Grisea (central gray matter) 103

8. The Pyramidal Tract

9. Substantia Nigra

CHAPTER IX. THE FORMATIO RETICULARIS ALBA AND GRISEA

GENERAL SUMMARY OP WHAT is SHOWN IN RECONSTRUCTION

REFERENCES TO LITERATURE


INDEX

Abducens, Nerve 54,55

Accessory, Spinal accessory nerve.. 61-63 Acoustic, (see auditory).

Arcuate fibres, internal 42, 80

" " external posterior. 43, 46

AlaCinerea 69-70

Ambiguous, Nucleus 63

Aqueduct of Sylvius 35

Auditory nerve (vestibular and

cochlear divisions) 76-85

Auditory path (see cochlear nuclei

etc.) 83-85

Bechterew's nuclei, or superior

vestibular nu 79-80

Brachium conjunctivum . 46-49

Pontis 50

Burdach's column in cord 40, 44

Central gray matter 103-104

Cerebellar peduncles 45

Cochlear nerve (see auditory) 83-85 44 nuclei and auditory path. . 83-85

Collicull inferior 83

44 superior 100

Color system 19

Columns of Spinal Cord (see contents, also index).

Crossed pyramidal tract 40

Cuneate nucleus 41, 44

capsule of 43

Darkschewitsch, nucleus of 101, 103

Decussation of Brachii Conjunctiva 48-49

Decussatio Lemniscorum 29, 43

Dentatum, corpus 47

Deiters' nucleus 79-80

Direct cerebellar tract 39

Dorsal columns of Spinal Cord 40

Eleventh nerve 61-63

Facial nerves 64-65

Fasciculus retroflexus Meynerti 98-99

Ferruginea, Substantia 103

Fifth nerve, (motor) and descending root 65-88

Fifth nerve, (sensory) and ascending root 73-76

Forel, decussatio tegmenti ventra lis of 100

Formatio reticularis grisea 106-109

alba 36,106-109

Fourth nerve 56-57

Geniculate body 83

Glossopharyngeal nerve (motor) . . . 63-64 44 " (sensory)... 69-71


PAGE

GolPs column in spinal cord 40-44

Gower's tract 39

Gracilis, nucleus 41, 44

44 capsule of 43

Ground bundle, lateral, of spinal

cord 40

Hypoglossal nerve 53-54

Inferior corpora Quadrigemina (col liculi) in auditory path . . 83

Inferior peduncle of cerebellum. . . 45, 46 Lectus (bed) of red nucleus, (see red nucleus).

Lemniscus lateralis 23, 28, 83

medialis 30,23,28,39

44 fibres from cord 37

44 superior 34,28

inmidbrain... 93

Locus caeruleus 66

Medulla, arrangement of structures

in 32, 109-110

Meynert (see Fasciculus retroflexus and decussatio tegmenti

dorsalis) 98,99

Midbrain, arrangement of struc turesin 32,92-105

Midbrain compared with cord 110

Middle cerebellar peduncle 50

Motor nerves, median group 51-60

44 44 summary of 60

lateral 61-68

44 " summary of 68

Nerves, cerebral grouping of,

33, 51, 60-61, 68, 111

Nigra, Substantia nigra 104-105

Ninth nerve (motor) 63-64

44 44 (sensory) 69-71

Oculomotor nerve 57-60

Olivary bodies

Olive, Inferior

44 accessory medial 90-93

Pneumogastric nerves (see tenth nerve).

Pons, structures in 33

Posterior longitudinal bundle, 30, 35, 30, 31 fibres

from cord 36

Pyramidal tract 104

Red nucleus, and associated fibres. . 94-98

Restiform body 45-46

Reticular formation 36, 106-109, 111

Rolandi, Substantia gelatinosa 74-75

Sensory decussation

44 nerves


120


INDEX


PAGE

Sensory tract, the long 20, 25, 27, 32

" " " " in the medulla,

21,27

" " " " in the midbrain and pons 22, 27, 28

Sensory tract, the long, in the spinal

cord 40, 41 , 44

Sensory decussation 29, 42

Seventh nerve (see facial nerve) 64-65

Sixth nerve 54-55

Solitary tract 70-71

Spinal accessory nerve 61-63

Spinal Cord, connections with medulla, cerebellum etc 35,110

Spinalis, Tractus Spinalis of Trige minal, or fifth nerve 72-74, 75

Stratum album prof undum 100-103

Striae acousticae 84

Substantia centralis Grisea 103-104

Substantia Ferruginea 103

Substantia nigra 104-105

Superior olive and auditory path 82

Superior peduncle of cerebellum.. . 46-49 Tegmentum, dorsal decussation of

(Meynert) 99


PAGE Tegmentum, ventral decussation of

(Forel) 100

Tenth nerve (motor) 63-64

(sensory) 69-71

Third nerve 57-60

Trapezoid body 20

" " in auditory path 82

Trigeminal nerve and ascending (sensory) roots (see fifth nerve). Trigeminal nerve and descending (motor) roots (see fifth nerve).

Trochlear nerve 56-57

Twelfth nerve 52-54

Vagus nerve (see tenth nerve).

Ventro-lateral column of cord 36

" of fibres to L.M.. 37

fibres to F. 1. m 36

" from Deiters' nucleus

to cord 37, 38

Vestibular nerve (see auditory) 76-81

" ascending root. . . 76-77

" " descending root 77

nuclei 78-79

White matter, deep fibres of midbrain 100-103