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Organs

Eyeball (Bulbus Oculi)

The eyeball (L. oculus; Gk. ophthalmos) or ball of the eye is an organ that strongly resembles a camera in its structure and is an organ of sight. Additional, such as, for instance, a camera, its interior is black to stop reflection of light. It’s light sensitive

Thalamus

Anatomically, thalamus is located above the midbrain and is a large ovoid mass of grey matter, subthalamus is a small amount of nerve tissue from which it’s divided by. There are 2 thalami situated 1 on every side of a slit-like cavity, the 3rd ventricle. Every thalamus

Palatine Tonsils

There are 2 palatine tonsils (normally referred to as tonsils). Every Palatine Tonsil is situated in the triangular fossa (tonsillar fossa) of the lateral wall of the oropharynx between the anterior and posterior columns of fauces and is an almond shaped mass of lymphoid tissue. The posterior

Dura Mater

The cerebral dura mater (also termed cranial dura) is composed of 2 layers: outer bargain and inner meningeal layers and is a powerful fibrous membrane. With the exception of where they enclose venous sinuses, the 2 layers are fused with each other. Outer Layer (Or Endosteal Layer)

Metathalamus

It is composed of medial and lateral geniculate bodies. All these, on the inferior aspect of the posterior part of the thalamus, lateral to every side of the midbrain are small rounded altitudes. The medial and lateral geniculate bodies are relay stations for the auditory and visual

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