Pons brain

Know your brain: Pons

The neuroscience of self-control

Graphic of highlighted pons brain area of the brain stem.

Graphic of highlighted pons brain area of the brain stem.

Pons - The Brain Made Simple

Pons - The Brain Made Simple

I would've done so much better in my anatomy & physiology class had I seen this flow chart! The divisions of the nervous system; divided into the PNS (afferent/efferent; autonomic/somatic-sympathetic/parasympathetic) and CNS (brain and spinal cord: cerebrum; cerebellum; brainstem-medulla, pons, midbrain; diencephalon-thalamus and hypothalamus).

I would've done so much better in my anatomy & physiology class had I seen this flow chart! The divisions of the nervous system; divided into the PNS (afferent/efferent; autonomic/somatic-sympathetic/parasympathetic) and CNS (brain and spinal cord: cerebrum; cerebellum; brainstem-medulla, pons, midbrain; diencephalon-thalamus and hypothalamus).

I would've done so much better in my anatomy & physiology class had I seen this flow chart! The divisions of the nervous system; divided into the PNS (afferent/efferent; autonomic/somatic-sympathetic/parasympathetic) and CNS (brain and spinal cord: cerebrum; cerebellum; brainstem-medulla, pons, midbrain; diencephalon-thalamus and hypothalamus).

I would've done so much better in my anatomy & physiology class had I seen this flow chart! The divisions of the nervous system; divided into the PNS (afferent/efferent; autonomic/somatic-sympathetic/parasympathetic) and CNS (brain and spinal cord: cerebrum; cerebellum; brainstem-medulla, pons, midbrain; diencephalon-thalamus and hypothalamus).

Brain Anatomy and Function [toc title=”Table of Contents (+/-)” hint=”Click to show or hide”] The central nervous system (CNS) includes the brain and the spinal cord. The CNS is protected by bones …

... "The pons, on the other hand, is located in front of the cerebellum on the brain stem. White matter inside the pons is crucial to a number of important body functions, including the following: breathing, sleeping, sensory awareness, swallowing, and bladder maintenance."  Neurons are the most basic part of the pons and cerebellum.

... "The pons, on the other hand, is located in front of the cerebellum on the brain stem. White matter inside the pons is crucial to a number of important body functions, including the following: breathing, sleeping, sensory awareness, swallowing, and bladder maintenance." Neurons are the most basic part of the pons and cerebellum.

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