Cinematic exploration of the basic anatomy of the Cavernous Sinus structures at the base of the human brain. Here we see the Carotid Artery and the firing neurons of V1 Nerve and their relation to each other. Anatomical accuracy was achieved in collaboration with Antonio Bernardo, M.D. - a neurosurgeon at Weill Cornell Medical College.
An anatomical render of the Cavernous Sinus with glass quadrant separators. . Exploring these structures lets students easily identify and note different structures as they enter and leave specific quadrants created by the glass planes. Objects in red are arterial structures while objects in yellow are common nerves running from the brainstem to the optic canal. All structures are anatomically accurate in collaboration with Antonio Bernardo, M.D. - a neurosurgeon at Weill Cornell Medical College
A collection of pills falling on a petri dish.