Indusium griseum

Last revised by Alexander Brose on 18 Aug 2017

The indusium griseum is a thin layer of grey matter which covers the superior surface of the corpus callosum, extending from the paraterminal gyrus anteriorly to the dentate gyrus and hippocampus posteriorly via the gyrus fasciolaris. It has four longitudinal bundles (medial and lateral longitudinal striae on each side).

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