VB Anatomy

Spinal cord: Unconscious Proprioception Spinocerebellar Tracts

Expert-Led Anatomy Series: Join Dr. Vaishaly Bharambe as she unravels the complexities of unconscious proprioception in the spinal cord, offering insights into essential neurological pathways that regulate body balance and coordination. In-Depth Educational Content: Explore detailed discussions on key anatomical features such as Clarke’s column, the accessory cuneate nucleus, and various spinocerebellar tracts, essential for both students and professionals in the medical field.

Interactive Learning Experience: Benefit from visually engaging content and comprehensive explanations that enhance understanding of how unconscious proprioceptive signals contribute to maintaining stability and preventing ataxia.

Test your knowledge with these MCQs


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1.Following are layers of meninges that surround the spinal cord except:

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Normally Lumbar puncture can be carried out in the following space:

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The following is true about the number of segments of spinal cord and the region where they are found:

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Following are direct supports of the spinal cord except:

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In the spinal cord you can find following number of plexus groups:

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