Anatomy of the Basal Ganglia: Stratum and Globus Pallidus

Anatomy of the Neuromuscular Junction

Basal Ganglia -1

Basal Ganglia -2

Basal Ganglia and Cerebellum

The Basal Ganglia: Components and Terminology

Basic Motor Pathway

Brainstem Nuclei of the Cranial Nerves

The Brain’s Word Act: Reading verbs revs up motor cortex areas

Four Areas of the Secondary Motor Cortex

Functional Anatomy of Basal Ganglia

The Global Cerebellum

Internal features of cerebellum, midbrain, diencephalon, and telencephalon: ventral aspect of dissected brain

List of Nerves with Added Specificity

A Map of the Motor Cortex

Medline Plus: Movement Disorders

Motor & Sensory Cortex

Motor Control

Motor Cortex

Motor Endplate

Motor Nerves: End Game

Motor Neuron Disease

Motor Syndromes

Motor Systems

Movement & Muscle Control

Movement Disorders

The Movement Disorder Society


Neural Responses during Interception of Real and Apparent Circularly Moving Stimuli in Motor Cortex and Area 7a

Neurologychannel: Movement Disorders

Neuromuscular Junction

The Neuromuscular Junction

Neuromuscular Junction Simulation

NINDS Motor Neuron Diseases Information Page

NINDS: Neurological Disorders and Disease Index

Parkinson’s and Cognition

The Parkinson’s Institute: Movement Disorders

The Physiology of Neuromuscular Transmission

Red nucleus projections to distinct motor neuron pools in the rat spinal cord.

The rubrospinal and central tegmental tracts in man.

The rubrospinal tract in a prosimian primate, Galago senegalensis.

Selective projections from the cat red nucleus to digit motor neurons.

Striatum and Accumbens

Structure of the Neuromuscular Junction

Synaptic vesicle fusion and neurotransmitter release at the neuromuscular junction.

What are Movement Disorders and How are They Treated?

What Is the Cerebellum?

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