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Brain motor cortex pathways, artwork C016 / 6532

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Brain motor cortex pathways, artwork C016 / 6532

Brain motor cortex pathways. Artwork of a sectioned human brain, brainstem and spinal cord, showing neural pathways (red and blue) from the motor cortex of the brain. These are extrapyramidal pathways: the rubrospinal and reticulospinal tracts. Extrapyramidal pathways control involuntary movements and help co-ordinate movements (muscle at lower left). For an image showing the brain and where these sections were obtained, see C016/6531. The top image is a vertical (coronal) section through the brain at the rear of the frontal lobe. From top to bottom, the horizontal sections are at the level of the: mid brain, pons, medulla, and spinal cord

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Axial Axons Brain Stem Cerebral Cortex Cingulate Gyrus Coronal Medulla Medulla Oblongata Midbrain Motor Cortex Pathway Neural Pathway Parietal Lobe Physiological Physiology Pons Sections Somatosensory Cortex Spinal Cord Substantia Nigra Brain Cutouts Lentiform Nucleus Motor Cortex Neurological Neurology Section Sectioned


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This artwork, titled "Brain motor cortex pathways" offers a mesmerizing glimpse into the intricate neural connections within the human brain. The print showcases a sectioned human brain, brainstem, and spinal cord, revealing the complex network of red and blue neural pathways originating from the motor cortex. These extrapyramidal pathways play a crucial role in controlling involuntary movements and coordinating muscle actions. The illustration highlights two specific tracts: the rubrospinal tract and reticulospinal tract. These pathways work harmoniously to ensure smooth movements throughout our body. The image's white background accentuates the vibrant colors of these neural pathways against an anatomical context. It is fascinating to observe how different sections of the brain are represented in this artwork – from vertical (coronal) sections at various levels such as midbrain, pons, medulla oblongata, to horizontal sections at different levels including spinal cord. By exploring this visual representation of our neurological system's complexity, we gain insight into how our brains function on both physiological and anatomical levels. This print serves as a reminder of the incredible intricacies that enable us to move effortlessly through life. Created by BO VEISLAND for Science Photo Library, this artwork combines scientific accuracy with artistic flair. Its inclusion of key structures like substantia nigra, cerebral cortex, corticopontine tract further enriches its educational value while maintaining aesthetic appeal.

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