Chapter The brain, cranial nerves and meninges Nervous system. The nervous system in general is described in chapter 3. The divisions of the brain are summarized here in table This chapter is limited to a brief description of the gross structure of the brain, an account of the ventricles, and some general remarks on the cranial nerves, the meninges, and the blood supply.
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Anatomy of the Pelvis Bony Anatomy. The bony pelvic girdle consists of the innominate bones bilaterally, and the sacrum and coccyx posteriorly. In an adult, the innominate bones consist of the fused ilium, ischium, and pubis (Figure 1). All medical necessity criteria must be clearly documented in the member's medical record and made available upon request. The member's medical record must contain documentation that fully supports the medical necessity for evoked potential studies.