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25. Left half of the same model as shown m F igure 24. The position of its major nuclei is indicated on three frontal sections (2/ 1 x) 30 Gross Anatomy I 2 3 4 Nucleus ca udatus } Nucleus lentiformis orpus st riatum Thalamus sinister Thalamus dexter 5 Stria medullaris thala mi Fig. 26. The corpus striatum and the thalamus of both sides m oblique view from behind and above (6/5 x ) Internal Structures 31 8 9 10 II 12 I 2 3 4 5 6 7 Capsula interna, crus anterius Ventriculus la teralis, pars centralis Ventriculus lateralis, cornu anterius Caput nuclei caudati Corpus nuclei caudati Globus pallidus Putamen 13 14 15 16 17 Capsula interna, pars sublcntifo rmis Cap ula interna, pars retrolcntiformis Capsula interna.

Section through the middle of the midbrain (6/5 x) 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Radiatio corporis callosi Radiatio optica Culmen Colliculus inferior Aqueductus cerebri Brachium colliculi inferioris Tegmentum mesencephali Pedunculus cerebella ris superior Substantia nigra Pedunculus cerebri Pons Cornu ammonis Corpus amygdaloideum 49 Sections Perpendicular to the Axis of the Brain Stem 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Sulcus lunatus Gyri occipitales Cuneus Sulcus calcarinus Sulcus occipitalis anterior Gyrus occipitotemporalis medialis Gyrus occipitotemporalis lateralis Gyrus temporalis inferior 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Stria Gennari Area striata Radiatio optica Culmen Lobulus centralis Lobulus quadrangularis Ala lobuli centralis Pedunculus cerebellaris superior Velum medullare superius Tegmentum pontis Pons Nervus trigeminus Fig.

53. Section through the striate body, the thalamus and the internal capsule. The thickness of this slice is twice the standard of 2 mm (6/5 x) 60 cornu an teri us 2 Genu corporis callosi 3 Commissura anterior 4 Pedunculus thalami anterior 5 Columna fornicis 6 V entriculus tertius 7 Lamina medullaris lateralis 8 Lamina medullaris medialis 9 Capsula interna, crus posterius 10 Tractus mamillothalamicus II Capsula interna, pars retrolentiformis 12 Commissura posterior 13 Brachium colliculi superioris 14 Radiatio optica 15 Stria terminalis 16 Ventriculus lateralis, cornu inferius Brain Slices 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Caput nuclei c audati Putamen Sulcus circularis insulae Gyri breves insulae Sulcus centralis insulae Gyrus lo ngus insulae Globus pallidus, pars lateralis G lobus pallidus, p ars medialis Zona incerta Nucleus reticularis thalami 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 Nucleus ventralis posterolateralis Corpus geniculatum laterale Corpus geniculatum mediale Area praetectalis Colliculus superior Nuclei pulvinares Cauda nuclei caudati Hippocampus Gyrus parahippocampalis G yrus occipitotemporalis medialis Lobus anterior cerebelli Fig.

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