lateral ventricle

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lateral ventricle

[′lad·ə·rəl ′ven·trə·kəl]
(anatomy)
The cavity of a cerebral hemisphere; communicates with the third ventricle by way of the interventricular foramen.
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2 A, B), and one could also observe the internal capsule and the caudate nucleus above the temporal recess of the lateral ventricle (Fig.
An impact model of TBI was used that produces axon damage in the corpus callosum, primarily above the lateral ventricles [16-18].
We have presented an epidermoid in the lateral ventricle in a pediatric patient.
In contrast, there are only rare reports of central neurocytomas (involving the lateral ventricles) featuring lipidized cells.
There was no echogenic vermis visible but the lateral ventricles (7 mm) and aqueduct were normal.
Repeat non-contrast CT of the brain revealed asymmetric lateral ventricles with a more obvious mass lesion in the right frontal horn, extending through the right foramen of Monro.
Though PA, PMA's closest relative, (1, 9-11) can occur anywhere along the neuraxis, to our knowledge PMA has never been reported in the lateral ventricles. We present the clinical manifestations, radiological characteristics, histological features, management and progression of this unusual case.
The most active areas of adult neurogenesis are the subventricular zone (SVZ) of the lateral ventricles and the subgranular zone (SGZ) of the hippocampal dentate gyms.
The contrast-enhanced cranial computed tomography (CT) scan showed enlargement of lateral ventricles with enhancement of the ventricular surface (ependymitis), mainly on the left.

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