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Habenula Anatomy & Efferent & Afferent Projections 

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Bell Clapper Deformity and Testicular Torsion

medical illustration of Left image depicts the anatomy of the habenula in an axial section of the brain. 

Right image depicts the efferent and afferent projections and the nuclei involved.
Next medical illustration of This 16x20 poster depicts the dermatomes of the head and neck- the cutaneous areas of sensation. The areas are split among the 3 main sources: trigeminal nerve, posterior rami, and cervical plexus. Also included, per doctor's request, is an illustration demonstrating an occipital nerve block.  Use: to help explain to patients the anatomy of sensory innervation and how nerve blocks work.

Sensory Innervation of the Head and Neck

Left image depicts the anatomy of the habenula in an axial section of the brain. Right image depicts the efferent and afferent projections and the nuclei involved.

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