READ ME: Since the muscles, nerves, vessels and micro-anatomy models are considered by some the more challenging material to learn, we have provided these keys to assist you in your studies during open lab and when your instructor is assisting other students. To enhance your learning experience we strongly suggest you attempt to identify them without their assistance and use them for verification purposes only.

These keys are based on the upper and lower extremity and head models, the torso models, (Rupaul), the muscle wall chart as well as the muscle and bone microanatomy models. We have also included nerve man models, selected brain models, and vessel man too. Whew! Please be sure you are studying the correct key as the numbers on the model are different for each brand. (Digital images of all these models are also available on our website). These keys correspond to the names of the muscles, nerves, and vessel structures only. Not everything is visible on every model, so be sure to examine all of these in open lab to ensure you see each item listed in your muscle tables and word-lists.

Some of the muscles, vessels, nerves, etc. listed below you are not required to know on some of the models. They are listed for reference purposes. Please refer to your muscles tables and word-lists for material you are required to learn for each portion of the course and each specific model.

CNS/PNS Body Model
A. Frontal lobe
B. Insula or Island
C. Pons
D. Cerebellum
E. Spinal Cord (has 31 pairs of spinal nerves attached. These are un-numberred…look for 8 cervical, 12 thoracic, 5 lumbar, 5 sacral, and coccygeal).

1. Cervical region of spinal cord
2. Cervical plexus
3. Brachial plexus
4 Thoracic region of spinal cord
5. [Anterior tract of spinal cord]
6. [Anterior median fissure]
7. Ventral root of spinal nerve
8. Dorsal root of spinal nerve
9. Dorsal root ganglion of spinal nerve
10. Dura mater of spinal...

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