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Circumventricular Organs Presentation

Circumventricular Organs Presentation

Circumventricular Organs (System) have been well studied, starting with Paul Ehrlich work with Trypan Blue in 1882, and research on their functions is still going on. However, Neuroscience medical students find it difficult to understand them. This short PPTX is meant to succinctly explain the Circumventricular Organs. Short Video clips pertaining to each CV Organ on a human brain specimen, created and uploaded on YouTube by the author, Dr Sanjoy Sanyal, Professor and Course Director of Neuroscience, are embedded between slides, to provide a narrative highlight to what is mentioned in the slides. Tags: Median Eminence, Tuber Cinereum, Arcuate Nucleus, Organum Vasculosum, Lamina Terminalis, Subfornical Organ, Pineal, Epiphysea, Subcommissural Organ, Area Postrema, Supraoptic Nucleus,... Show More
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Sanjoy Sanyal (Administrator)
3 years ago

Circumventricular Organs (System) have been well studied, starting with Paul Ehrlich work with Trypan Blue in 1882, and research on their functions is still going on. However, Neuroscience medical students find it difficult to understand them. This short PPTX is meant to succinctly explain the Circumventricular Organs.

Short Video clips pertaining to each CV Organ on a human brain specimen, created and uploaded on YouTube by the author, Dr Sanjoy Sanyal, Professor and Course Director of Neuroscience, are embedded between slides, to provide a narrative highlight to what is mentioned in the slides.

Tags: Median Eminence, Tuber Cinereum, Arcuate Nucleus, Organum Vasculosum, Lamina Terminalis, Subfornical Organ, Pineal, Epiphysea, Subcommissural Organ, Area Postrema, Supraoptic Nucleus, Suprachiasmatic nucleus, Preoptic nucleus

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