Coloured coronal section of a normal brain

Coloured coronal section of a normal brain

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Caption: Coloured coronal section of a normal brain. It shows the cerebrum, the largest and most developed part of the brain, and the site of most conscious and intelligent activities. It is divided into two hemispheres separated by the longitudinal fissure (blue) visible at top centre. They are formed by an inner layer (red), known as the white matter, and an outer surface layer (pink) known as the cerebral cortex or grey matter. Each hemisphere contains a central cavity (blue-green at centre), called a ventricle, which is filled with cerebrospinal fluid. This fluid helps nourish the brain and cushion it from injury.

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Keywords: anatomy, brain, central nervous system, cerebrum, cns, coronal view, healthy, human body, normal, section, ventricle

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