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ue des méninges en trois dimensions. Coupe frontale montrant la situation de la dure-mère, de l'arachnoïde et de la pie-mère. Le feuillet interne de la dure-mère forme la faux du cerveau. On voit aussi les villosités arachnoïdiennes qui renvoient le liquide céphalo-rachidien dans le sinus de la dure-mère (d'après Marieb, Anatomie et Physiologie humaine, 6 ème Ed., 2005, p 475). 

ue des méninges en trois dimensions. Coupe frontale montrant la situation de la dure-mère, de l'arachnoïde et de la pie-mère. Le feuillet interne de la dure-mère forme la faux du cerveau. On voit aussi les villosités arachnoïdiennes qui renvoient le liquide céphalo-rachidien dans le sinus de la dure-mère (d'après Marieb, Anatomie et Physiologie humaine, 6 ème Ed., 2005, p 475). 

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Daily behavior requires taking into account some information and actions planning which may seem trivial for us. However, it is the fruit of a complex and sophisticated processing from the brain. The cerebral processes underlie cognitive and motor functions in humans. In order to record in situ the temporal evolution of cerebral signals reflecting...

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... est une magnifique « machinerie neuroélectrique » qui reste déformable car c'est un organe de consistance molle. Pour cette raison, il est protégé mécaniquement par une succession de couches qui jouent chacune un rôle différent (e.g., le cuir chevelu, le périoste, le crâne, les méninges, le liquide céphalo-rachidien ; Figure 8). Le crâne est la boîte osseuse contenant et protégeant l'encéphale . Il est composé d'un ensemble de huit os. Bien que léger et mince, c'est un élément dur et robuste aux chocs qui voit son rôle protecteur renforcé par sa disposition arrondie comme un ...

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