All of PH 6A, 6B & 6C content descriptions below

PH 6A: Brain & Nervous System - 25 vials - $89
PH 6B: more Brain Vials - 50vials - $185
PH 6C: yet more Brain Vials- 26 vials - $97

PH 6: Brain & Nervous System Test Kit
25 vials

The energy patterns of various healthy and diseased tissues, e.g. cerebrum, cerebellum, thalamus, hippocampus, nerve, meningioma, encephalitis and infarcts.

PH601 Abscess, Cerebellum
A localised collection of pus caused by suppuration in the cerebellum.

PH602 Cerebellum
The portion of the brain in the back of the head between the cerebrum and the brain stem; it controls balance for walking and standing, and other complex motor functions.

PH603 Cerebral Hemorrhage / Cerebral Haemorrhage
A sudden and abrupt bleeding into the tissue of the brain; usually occurs as the result of a weakened artery from the effects of high blood pressure and atherosclerosis.

PH604 Cerebral Softening
A localised softening of the brain substance due to inflammation or haemorrhage.

PH605 Cerebrum
The largest part of the brain, controlling muscle functions speech, thought, emotions, reading, writing, and learning.

PH606 Dementia, Paralytica / Paralytic Dementia
Dementia and paralysis resulting from a chronic syphilitic meningoencephalitis.

PH607 Encephalitis, Post-Vaccinal
Inflammation of the brain as a result of vaccination.

PH608 Glioblastoma Multiforme
A malignant brain tumour that accounts for 75% of glial tumours (arising from glial cells in the brain).

PH609 Hippocampus
Part of the limbic system of the brain, involved in emotions and memory.

PH610 Infarct, Cortical, Brain
Tissue death due to a local lack of oxygen in the cerebral cortex (outer layer that covers the cerebrum, functions chiefly in coordination of sensory and motor information).

PH611 Infarct, Old, Cerebellum
An old area of tissue death due to a local lack of oxygen in the cerebellum (concerned especially with the coordination of muscles and the maintenance of bodily equilibrium).

PH612 Medulla Oblongata
Lower part of brain stem; controls autonomic functions; relays nerve signals between the brain and spinal cord.

PH613 Meningioma, Brain
Common benign brain tumour that originates in the cells of the outer covering of the brain (meninges).

PH614 Meningioma, Brain, Malignant
Malignant tumour the cells of the outer covering of the brain (meninges).

PH615 Meningitis With Cortical Oedema
Inflammation of the meninges with fluid retention in the cortex.

PH616 Meningitis, Pneumococcal
Inflammation of the meninges of the brain as a result of infection by strep pneumoniae.

PH617 Meningitis, Tuberculous
Inflammation of the meninges of the brain as a result of tuberculosis.

PH618 Nerve
A bundle of fibers that uses electrical and chemical signals to transmit sensory and motor information from one body part to another.

PH619 Nerve, Peripheral
The nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord; they contain non-neuronal cells and connective tissue as well as axons

PH620 Neuroblastoma
Cancer that arises in immature nerve cells and affects mostly infants and children.

PH621 Neurofibroma
A benign tumor that develops from the cells and tissues that cover nerves.

PH622 Pilocytic Astrocytoma, Brain / Juvenile Astrocytoma
A nerve-tissue tumor composed of astrocytes; the most common brain tumor in children.

PH623 Sympathetic Ganglion
A group of nerve cell bodies either close to the spinal column or close to the large abdominal arteries.

PH624 Thalamus
A large mass of gray matter deeply situated in the forebrain; relays information received from various brain regions to the cerebral cortex.

PH625 Toxoplasmosis, Brain
Brain showing symptoms caused by toxoplasma gondii, often contacted via cat faeces.

PH 6B: more Brain & Nervous System Test Kit
50 vials

More healthy brain parts including amygdala, hypothalamus, prefrontal cortex and the primary motor cortex.

PH 6B 26 Amygdala
Groups of nuclei located deep and medially within the temporal lobes of the brain; considered part of the limbic system; performs a primary role in the processing of memory, decision-making and emotional reactions; controls the way we react to certain stimuli, or an event that causes an emotion, that we see as potentially threatening or dangerous.

PH 6B 27 Auditory Association Area
An area in the temporal lobe of the brain within Wernicke’s area near the lateral cerebral sulcus, which is critical for processing acoustic signals so they can be interpreted as speech, music or other sounds.

PH 6B 28 Auditory Cortex
Located bilaterally, roughly at the upper sides of the temporal lobes.The part of the cerebral cortex that processes auditory information, performing basic and higher functions in hearing.

PH 6B 29 Basal Ganglia / Basal Nuclei
Comprise multiple subcortical nuclei at the base of the forebrain. Strongly interconnected with the cerebral cortex, thalamus, and brainstem, as well as several other brain areas. Associated with a variety of functions including: control of voluntary motor movements, procedural learning, routine behaviours or habits such as bruxism (teeth grinding), eye movements, cognition and emotion.

PH 6B 30 Brain Stem
The posterior part of the brain, adjoining and structurally continuous with the spinal cord; provides the main motor and sensory innervation to the face and neck via the cranial nerves; the nerve connections of the motor and sensory systems from the main part of the brain to the rest of the body pass through the brainstem. Also plays an important role in the regulation of cardiac and respiratory function, and also regulates the central nervous system, and is pivotal in maintaining consciousness and regulating the sleep cycle.

PH 6B 31 Brain Stem Reticular Formation
Essential for governing some of the basic functions; involved in multiple tasks such as regulating the sleep-wake cycle and filtering incoming stimuli to discriminate irrelevant background stimuli.

PH 6B 32 Caudate Nucleus
One of three basic structures that make up the basal ganglia; responsible largely for voluntary movement.

PH 6B 33 Cerebellar Nuclei
Clusters of grey matter lying within the white matter at the core of the cerebellum. Give rise to nerve fibres that carry impulses from cerebellum to other parts of brain and to the spinal column.

PH 6B 34 Cerebral Cortex
Grey matter that is outermost to the cerebrum; plays a key role in memory, attention, perceptual awareness, thought, language, and consciousness.

PH 6B 35 Cerebral Hemisphere, Left
Concerned with spoken and written language, numerical and scientific skills, ability to use and understand language, reasoning.

PH 6B 36 Cerebral Hemisphere, Right
Concerned with musical and artistic awareness, space and pattern perception, recognition of faces and emotional content of facial expressions, generating emotional content of language, generating mental images to compare spatial relationships.

PH 6B 37 Cerebrospinal Fluid
A clear colourless bodily fluid found in the brain and spine; produced in the choroid plexus of the brain; acts as a cushion for the brain’s cortex, providing basic mechanical and immunological protection to the brain inside the skull, and it serves a vital function in cerebral auto-regulation of cerebral blood flow.

PH 6B 38 Cingulate Gyrus
Receives inputs from the thalamus and the neocortex, and projects to the entorhinal cortex via the cingulum; forms part of the limbic system, which is associated with mood and emotions; helps people to be flexible in learning and processing new situations; highly important in disorders such as depression and schizophrenia.

PH 6B 39 Claustrum
A thin, irregular, sheet of neurons which is attached to the underside of the neocortex in the centre of the brain; full range of functions unclear but plays a strong role in communication between the two hemispheres of the brain, specifically between cortical regions controlling attention.

PH 6B 40 Cochlear Nuclei
Collections of neurons in the brainstem that receive input from the cochlear nerve, that carries sound information from the cochleae. The outputs from the cochlear nuclei are received in higher regions of the auditory brainstem.

PH 6B 41 Corpus Callosum
A wide, flat bundle of neural fibres that connects the left and right cerebral hemispheres and facilitates inter-hemispheric communication.

PH 6B 42 Dura Mater
A thick membrane that is the outermost of the three layers of the meninges that surround the brain and spinal cord; it is responsible for keeping in the cerebrospinal fluid.

PH 6B 43 Epithalamus
A segment of the diencephalon; includes the habenula, the habenular commissure, the stria medullaris and the pineal body. Its function is the connection between the limbic system to other parts of the brain.

PH 6B 44 Forebrain / Prosencephalon
Contains the thalamus, hypothalamus and the cerebrum; functions including receiving and processing sensory information, thinking, perceiving, producing and understanding language, and controlling motor functions.

PH 6B 45 Frontal Lobe, Left
Considered our emotional control centre and home to our personality; involved in motor function, problem solving, spontaneity, memory, language, initiation, judgement, impulse control, and social and sexual behaviour; involved in controlling language related movement.

PH 6B 46 Frontal Lobe, Right
Considered our emotional control centre and home to our personality; involved in motor function, problem solving, spontaneity, memory, language, initiation, judgement, impulse control, and social and sexual behaviour; plays a role in non-verbal abilities.

PH 6B 47 Globus Pallidus / Paleostriatum
Part of the basal ganglia; involved in the regulation of voluntary movement; if the globus pallidus is damaged, it can cause movement disorders.

PH 6B 48 Hindbrain / Rhombencephalon
Includes the cerebellum, the pons and the medulla oblongata, which function collectively to support vital bodily processes.

PH 6B 49 Hypothalamus
Located below the thalamus, just above the brainstem; responsible for certain metabolic processes and other activities of the autonomic nervous system; synthesises and secretes certain neurohormones, and these in turn stimulate or inhibit the secretion of pituitary hormones; controls body temperature, hunger, important aspects of parenting and attachment behaviours, thirst, fatigue, sleep, and circadian rhythms.

PH 6B 50 Inferior Colliculus
The principal midbrain nucleus of the auditory pathway; receives input from several peripheral brainstem nuclei in the auditory pathway, as well as inputs from the auditory cortex.

PH 6B 51 Inferior Olivary Nucleus
The largest nucleus in the olivary body, part of the medulla oblongata; closely associated with the cerebellum, so is involved in control and coordination of movements, sensory processing and cognitive tasks.

PH 6B 52 Insula / Insular Cortex / Insulary Cortex / Insular Lobe
A portion of the cerebral cortex folded deep within the lateral sulcus, the fissure separating the temporal and the frontal lobes; believed to be involved in consciousness and play a role in diverse functions usually linked to emotion or the regulation of the body’s homeostasis.

PH 6B 53 Internal Capsule
Contains all of the pathways that allow information to be transferred between the cerebral cortex and the spinal cord, brainstem, and subcortical structures (ie: thalamus, basal ganglia).

PH 6B 54 Midbrain / Mesencephalon
A portion of the central nervous system associated with vision, hearing, motor control, sleep/wake, arousal (alertness), and temperature regulation.

PH 6B 55 Motor Cortex
Comprises the primary motor cortex, premotor cortex, and supplementary motor area. the region of the cerebral cortex involved in the planning, control, and execution of voluntary movements.

PH 6B 56 Occipital Lobe, Left
Is the visual processing centre of the brain containing most of the anatomical region of the visual cortex; receives visual input from the retina.

PH 6B 57 Occipital Lobe, Right
Is the visual processing centre of the brain containing most of the anatomical region of the visual cortex; receives visual input from the retina.

PH 6B 58 Parietal Lobe, Left
Part of the cerebral cortex; has to be able to process sensory information within seconds. The parietal lobe is where information such as taste, temperature, pain and touch are integrated, or processed. Several portions of the parietal lobe are important in language processing.

PH 6B 59 Parietal Lobe, Right
Part of the cerebral cortex; has to be able to process sensory information within seconds. The parietal lobe is where information such as taste, temperature, pain and touch are integrated, or processed. Several portions of the parietal lobe are important in language processing.

PH 6B 60 Pons
Area of the hindbrain that sits directly above the medulla; serves as a message station between several areas of the brain; helps relay messages from the cortex and the cerebellum. Without the pons, the brain would not be able to function because messages would not be able to be transmitted, or passed along; also plays a key role in sleep and dreaming.

PH 6B 61 Precentral Gyrus
Part of the primary motor cortex; the location of the primary somatosensory cortex, the main sensory receptive area for the sense of touch.

PH 6B 62 Prefrontal Cortex / PFC
The anterior part of the frontal lobes of the brain; has been implicated in planning complex cognitive behaviour, personality expression, decision making and moderating social behaviour; the basic activity of this brain region is considered to be orchestration of thoughts and actions in accordance with internal goals.

PH 6B 63 Premotor Cortex
Functions of the premotor cortex are diverse and not fully understood; projects directly to the spinal cord and therefore may play a role in the direct control of behavior, with a relative emphasis on the trunk muscles of the body. May also play a role in planning movement, in the spatial guidance of movement, in the sensory guidance of movement, in understanding the actions of others, and in using abstract rules to perform specific tasks.

PH 6B 64 Primary Motor Cortex / Brodmann’S Area 4
Located in the posterior portion of the frontal lobe; works in association with other motor areas to plan and execute movements.

PH 6B 65 Purkinje Neurons In Cerebellum
Some of the largest neurons in the human brain; send inhibitory projections to the deep cerebellar nuclei, and constitute the sole output of all motor coordination in the cerebellar cortex.

PH 6B 66 Putamen
Located at the base of the forebrain; main function is to regulate movements and influence various types of learning.Employs GABA, acetylcholine, and enkephalin to perform its functions. Involved in degenerative neurological disorders, such as Parkinson’s disease.

PH 6B 67 Red Nucleus / Nucleus Ruber
Located in the midbrain and involved in motor coordination; controls crawling of babies, arm swinging in normal walking; may play an additional role in controlling muscles of the shoulder and upper arm; also has limited control over hands.

PH 6B 68 Somatosensory Cortex
The main sensory receptive area for the sense of touch, including specific sensitivity to pain and temperature, and the proprioception system, which monitors the body’s place in space.

PH 6B 69 Stellate Cells/ Stellate Neurons from the V1 Region In The Visual Cortex
Receive excitatory synaptic fibres from the thalamus and process feed forward excitation to the visual cortex pyramidal cells.

PH 6B 70 Substantia Nigra
Located in the mesencephalon/midbrain that plays an important role in reward, addiction, and movement. Parkinson’s disease is characterized by the death of dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra pars compacta.

PH 6B 71 Subthalamic Nucleus / STN
Part of the basal ganglia system; exact function unknown, but considered to be one of the main regulators of motor function related to the basal ganglia. STN dysfunction has been shown to increase impulsivity in individuals presented with two equally rewarding stimuli.

PH 6B 72 Superior Colliculus
On the dorsal aspect of the midbrain; plays a role in helping orient the head and eyes to all types of sensory stimuli.

PH 6B 73 Temporal Lobe, Left
The temporal lobes are involved in the retention of visual memories, processing sensory input, comprehending language, storing new memories, emotion, and deriving meaning.

PH 6B 74 Temporal Lobe, Right
The temporal lobes are involved in the retention of visual memories, processing sensory input, comprehending language, storing new memories, emotion, and deriving meaning.

PH 6B 75 Visual Cortex
Located in the occipital lobe; part of the cerebral cortex responsible for processing visual information.

PH 6C: yet more Brain & Nervous System Test Kit
26 vials

More brain histology including grey and white matter, choroid plexus, and parts of the ventricular system. 26 vials for use by chiropractic phsyicians, kinesiologists, EAV practitioners, etc.

PH 6C 76 Abducens Nucleus
Nuclei in pons providing motor impulses that control eyeball movement via the abducens (VI cranial) nerves.

PH 6C 77 Arachnoid Villi / Granulations
Small protrusions of the arachnoid (the thin second layer covering the brain) through the dura mater (the thick outer layer); allow cerebrospinal fluid to exit the sub-arachnoid space and enter the blood stream; act as one-way valves.

PH 6C 78 Calcarine Fissure / Calcarine Sulcus
Located on the medial surface of the occipital lobe and divides the visual cortex into two.

PH 6C 79 Central Sulcus
A prominent landmark of the brain, separating the parietal lobe from the frontal lobe and the primary motor cortex from the primary somatosensory cortex.

PH 6C 80 Cerebral Aqueduct
Contains cerebrospinal fluid, and connects the third ventricle in the diencephalon to the fourth ventricle within the region of the mesencephalon and metencephalon.

PH 6C 81 Choroid Plexus
A structure in the ventricles of the brain where cerebrospinal fluid is produced.

PH 6C 82 Diencephalon
Located on top of the brain stem; consists of the thalamus, the subthalamus, the hypothalamus, and the epithalamus.

PH 6C 83 Facial Motor Nucleus / Facial Nucleus
A collection of neurons in the brainstem that belong to the facial nerve (cranial nerve VII); they innervate the muscles of facial expression and the stapedius.

PH 6C 84 Fourth Ventricle
Extends from the cerebral aqueduct to the obex, and is filled with cerebrospinal fluid.

PH 6C 85 Grey Matter / Gray Matter
A major component of the central nervous system, consisting of neuronal cell bodies, neuropil (dendrite, myelinated and unmyelinated axons), glial cells (astroglia and oligodendrocytes) and capillaries; includes regions of the brain involved in muscle control, and sensory perception such as seeing and hearing, memory, emotions, speech, decision making, and self-control.

PH 6C 86 Hypoglossal Nucleus
In the medulla oblongata; the nucleus of origin of the hypoglossal nerve (the twelfth cranial nerve that innervates muscles of the tongue).

PH 6C 87 Lateral Sulcus / Sylvian Fissure / Lateral Fissure
Divides both the frontal lobe and parietal lobe above from the temporal lobe below.

PH 6C 88 Lateral Ventricle
The right and left lateral ventricles are structures within the brain that contain cerebrospinal fluid; part of the body’s ventricular system, which acts as a continuation of the central canal of the spinal cord; contains cerebrospinal fluid.

PH 6C 89 Medial Lemniscus / Reil’s Band / Reil’s Ribbon
An ascending spinal tract, carrying sensory information to the thalamus.

PH 6C 90 Medial Longitudinal Fasciculus
A longitudinal bundle of fibres extending from the mesencephalon into the cervical segments of the spinal cord; involved in inervating the external eye muscles, and inervating the musculature of the neck.

PH 6C 91 Nucleus Ambiguus
Contains the cells bodies of nerves that innervate the muscles of the soft palate, pharynx, and larnyx which are strongly associated with speech and swallowing.

PH 6C 92 Oculomotor Nucleus
In the midbrain; the nerve controls most of the eye muscles.

PH 6C 93 Pia Mater
The delicate innermost layer of the meninges, which encloses the cerebrospinal fluid and so helps to protect and cushion the brain; allows blood vessels to pass through and nourish the brain. The space created between blood vessels and pia mater functions as a lymphatic system for the brain.

PH 6C 94 Pontine Tegmentum
A part of the pons of the brain involved in the initiation of REM sleep.

PH 6C 95 Pretectal Nucleus
Part of the subcortical visual system; involved primarily in mediating behavioural responses to acute changes in ambient light such as the pupillary light reflex, the optokinetic reflex, and temporary changes to the circadian rhythm.

PH 6C 96 Pyramidal Neuron, Hippocampus
The primary excitation units of the prefrontal cortex and the corticospinal tract; also found in the cerebral cortex and the amygdala.

PH 6C 97 Subarachnoid Cavity / Subarachnoid Space
The space between the arachnoid membrane and pia mater that is occupied by spongy tissue consisting of trabeculae (delicate connective tissue filaments) and intercommunicating channels in which the cerebrospinal fluid is contained.

PH 6C 98 Superior And Inferior Parietal Lobules
The superior parietal lobule is involved with spatial orientation, receiving visual input as well as sensory input from the hands; also involved with other functions of the parietal lobe in general. Inferior parietal lobe involved in the perception of emotions in facial stimuli, and interpretation of sensory information.

PH 6C 99 Third Ventricle
One of four connected cavities comprising the ventricular system within the human brain, containing cerebrospinal fluid.

PH 6C 100 Trochlear Nucleus
Nuclei in midbrain provide motor impulses that control eyeball movement, via the trochlear nerves (IV cranial nerves).

PH 6C 101 White Matter / Arbor Vitae
In the brain and superficial spinal cord, consisting mostly of glial cells and myelinated axons that transmit signals from one region of the cerebrum to another and between the cerebrum and lower brain centres.