Described basic neuroanatomical structures (including the CNS and the PNS, as well as the structural packaging that protects the brain from the environment) and their locations. no plag and quetsion must be broken down in a paragraph to explain each part of question
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The most accessible division of the sensory system to the early anatomists for examination is the PNS. It comprises of the nerves which specifically unite with the skin, muscles, veins and organs of the body. As a general rearrangements nerve tissue not encased in bone such as skull and spinal section, it is a piece of the PNS.
The CNS can be distinguished as those that are encased in bone for assurance, to be specific the cerebrum and spinal string. Inside of the hard limits the skull and spinal vertebrae they are encompassed by three layers of layers, the external dura mater, the arachnoid membrane, and the inward pia mater. Together these layers are known as the meninges and help to seclude the CNS from whatever is left of the body and shield it from conceivable contaminations.
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