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Anterior and Posterior Arteries of the Cerebral Cortex

by Craig Canby, PhD
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    The lecture Anterior and Posterior Arteries of the Cerebral Cortex by Craig Canby, PhD is from the course Cerebral Cortex. It contains the following chapters:

    • Anterior and Posterior Arteries
    • Arterial Supply of the Homunculus

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    1. Motor and sensory cortex of upper limb and face
    2. Medial frontal lobe
    3. Major part of corpus callosum
    4. Anterior limb of internal capsule
    5. Parietal lobe
    1. Middle cerebral artery
    2. Anterior cerebral artery
    3. Medial cerebral artery
    4. Lateral cerebral artery
    5. Posterior cerebral artery
    1. Genu of the internal capsule is supplied by the middle cerebral artery.
    2. Anterior limb of the internal capsule is supplied by middle cerebral artery.
    3. Anterior limb of the internal capsule is supplied by posterior cerebral artery.
    4. Genu of the internal capsule is supplied by anterior cerebral artery.
    5. Posterior limb of the internal capsule is supplied by posterior cerebral artery.
    1. Anterior cerebral artery
    2. Middle cerebral artery
    3. Basilar artery
    4. Vertebral artery
    5. Posterior cerebral artery
    1. It is most susceptible to infarction.
    2. It is least susceptible to infarction.
    3. It is most susceptible to intracranial bleed.
    4. It is supplied by a single artery.
    5. It is highly perfused area.

    Author of lecture Anterior and Posterior Arteries of the Cerebral Cortex

     Craig Canby, PhD

    Craig Canby, PhD


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