Choroidal fissure

The choroidal fissure is a thin C-shaped cleft of the lateral ventricle, located along the medial wall, and to which choroid plexus is attached. It runs between the fornix and the thalamus, and it separates the temporal lobe from the optic tract, midbrain and hypothalamus.

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Neuroanatomy
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rID: 19597
Section: Anatomy
Tags: stub, cases
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Choroid fissure

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