Coronal Section Through The Mamillary Bodies Figures 16 and

1-7). The location of the structures shown in the figures should be known.

Corpus callosum

Lateral ventricle

Fornix

Internal capsule

Third ventricle

Internal Capsule

Thalamus

Insula Putamen

Substantia nigra

Mamillary bodies

Figure 1-6. Coronal section of the brain at the level of the thalamus, mamillary bodies, and hippocampal formation. Note that the internal capsule lies between the thalamus and the lentiform nucleus.

Mamillary Corpus

Thalamus

Insula Putamen

Corpus callosum

Caudate nucleus

Subthalamic nucleus

Substantia nigra

Mamillary bodies

Internal capsule

Third ventricle

Lateral ventricle

Fornix

Globus pallidus ventricle tract

Figure 1-6. Coronal section of the brain at the level of the thalamus, mamillary bodies, and hippocampal formation. Note that the internal capsule lies between the thalamus and the lentiform nucleus.

Corpus callosum Caudate nucleus Putamen Globus pallidus Hippocampus

Crus cerebri

Corpus Callosum Coronal

Figure 1-7. Coronal magnetic resonance imaging section of the brain and brain stem at the level of the thalamus, and hippocampal formation. Note that the posterior limb of the internal capsule lies between the thalamus and the lentiform nucleus (putamen and globus pallidus). This is a T1-weighted postcontrast image.

Thalamus Internal capsule Substantia nigra Interpeduncular fossa Base of pons

Pyramid of medulla

Figure 1-7. Coronal magnetic resonance imaging section of the brain and brain stem at the level of the thalamus, and hippocampal formation. Note that the posterior limb of the internal capsule lies between the thalamus and the lentiform nucleus (putamen and globus pallidus). This is a T1-weighted postcontrast image.

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  • Anne
    What is under the fornix of brain?
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  • Nebyat
    Where is the third ventricle located?
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  • Jean
    How glogus pallidus is connected with corpus collusum between hemisphere?
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