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This is a great picture I found that shows the structure and division of the spinal cord, along with all of it’s functions. It’s very clear and simple - making it very easy to learn for nclex. And here’s a tip for you - I’ve seen many nclex practice questions that focus on Spinal Cord Injury affecting C1-4, which affect breathing.

The spinal cord functions primarily in the transmission of neural signals between the brain and the rest of the body but also contains neural circuits that can independently control numerous reflexes and central pattern generators.

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The Cardiovascular System: Anatomy and Physiology from an herbalists perspective. This my absolute favorite diagram I used during nursing school at Jesuit!

Mnemonics for Cranial Nerves | nerve auditory nerve ix glossopharyngeal nerve x vagus nerve ...

The 12 cranial nerves are: I - Olfactory nerve II - Optic nerve III - Oculomotor nerve IV - Trochlear nerve/pathic nerve V - Trigemin.