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Ventricles and Cerebellum Anatomy

Ventricles and Cerebellum Anatomy
3rd ventricle, Pulvinar, Pineal gland, Superior colliculus, Inferior colliculus, Trochlear nerve (CN IV), Superior medullary velum, Cerebellar peduncles, Lateral recess, Superior fovea, Sulcus limitans, Inferior fovea, Trigeminal tubercle, Hypoglossal trigone, Vagal trigone, Obex, Gracile fasciculus, Interthalamic adhesion, Choroid plexus, Posterior commissure, Habenular commissure, Pineal gland.

Splenium of corpus callosum, Great cerebral vein (of Galen), Cuneate fasciculus, Lateral funiculus, Posterior median sulcus, Gracile tubercle, Habenular trigone, Geniculate bodies, Posterior median sulcus, Superior cerebellar peduncle, Locus coeruleus, Medial eminence, Facial colliculus, Vestibular area, Striae medullares, Taenia of 4th ventricle, Cuneate tubercle, Superior, Middle, Inferior, Medial, Lateral, Dentate nucleus, Lingula (I), Central lobule (II and III), Culmen (IV and V), Declive (VI), Folium (VIIA), Tuber (VIIB), Pyramid (VIII), Uvula (IX), Nodulus (X), Choroid plexus of 4th ventricle, Central canal of spinal cord Tonsil, Medulla oblongata, Choroid plexus of 4th ventricle, 4th ventricle, Medial longitudinal fasciculus, Pons, Inferior colliculus, Tectal plate, Superior colliculus, Cerebral aqueduct (of Sylvius), Cerebral peduncle, Hypothalamic sulcus, Lamina terminalis, Anterior commissure, Body of fornix, Decussation of pyramids, Median aperture (foramen of Magendie), Superior medullary velum, Inferior medullary velum, Vermis of cerebellum, Vermis of cerebellum, Interventricular, foramen (of Monro), Thalamus (in 3rd ventricle)

Ventricles and Cerebellum Anatomy

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