Myelencephalon | Article about myelencephalon by The Free Dictionary
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The caudal portion of the hindbrain; gives rise to the medulla oblongata.
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The diencephalon ventral anterior is the optic nerve, and its ventral posterior has a flat of the pituitary gland which continuously extends until the myelencephalon
As this process occurs, the choroid plexus develops from blood vessels that invade the ventricles from the diencephalon and the myelencephalon
: The myelencephalon
mainly developed into the medulla oblongata (Fig.
The root myelos ([phrase omitted]) is contained in the term myelencephalon
, which is given in TA with names medulla oblongata and bulbus.