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By B. E. Murdoch

The stimulus for penning this publication arose from the author's notion of a scarcity of obtainable texts which competently combine the topics of neuroanatomy and sensible neurology with the perform of speech­ language pathology. This belief was once won from virtually 20 years of training within the parts of neuroanatomy and purchased neuro­ logical speech-language problems to speech pathology scholars firstly on the South Australian collage of complicated schooling and, for the earlier 5 years, on the college of Queensland. even supposing a plethora of good texts dedicated in particular to every of the topics of neuroanatomy, neurology and aphasiology were released, few have attemped to combine those person topic components in the sort of means as to supply a extra transparent realizing of the neurological bases of clinically well-known different types of aphasia and motor speech issues. In scripting this textual content, i've got tried to supply a greater stability among neuroanatomy-neurology and. speech-language pathology. appropriate components of neuroanatomy and neurology are brought and mentioned within the context of particular speech and language issues. during this method, i've got geared toward delivering a greater hyperlink among the appropriate neuroanatomical and neurological wisdom at the one hand, and particular neurologically dependent communique issues at the different, with the intention to increase the reader's figuring out of the origins, direction and diagnosis of those issues. in fact the writing of any e-book calls for the help and encouragement of different humans. this article was once no exception.

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An extra-dural haemorrhage may result from bleeding meningeal vessels after a fracture of the skull, caused by a blow to the head. g. as caused by head striking an immovable object such as a wall). A sub-arachnoid haemorrhage may result from the rupture of an aneurysm in a branch of the internal carotid or vertebral arteries. The presence of blood-stained cerebrospinal fluid obtained from a lumbar puncture is confirmatory of subarachnoid haemorrhage. 5 THE CEREBROSPINAL FLUID Cerebrospinal fluid is a clear, colourless fluid, which is found in the ventricular system and the sub-arachnoid space.

Meningitis) or may be due to haemorrhage into the subarachnoid space. Hydrocephalus can occur in either adults or children but is most commonly associated with infants who have a congenital abnormality that blocks the flow of cerebrospinal fluid. The cerebral aqueduct and foramina of the fourth ventricle are common sites of obstruction. The flexibility of the infant skull causes the head to enlarge in response to the increased intra-cranial pressure. Initially, therefore in infant cases the compression of neural tissue is moderate.

THE MID-BRAIN The mid-brain is the smallest portion of the brainstem and lies between the pons and diencephalon. The mid-brain is traversed internally by a narrow canal called the cerebral aqueduct (Aqueduct of Sylvius) which connects the third and fourth ventricles and divides the mid-brain into a dorsal and ventral portion. l3 Transverse section through the mid-brain at the level of the superior colli cui us. on either side of the ventral surface of the mid-brain. 12). These two elevations are known as the cerebral peduncles (basis pedunculi) and consist of large bundles of descending nerve fibres.

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