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At the time the article was last revised Frank Gaillard had the following disclosures:
- Biogen Australia Pty Ltd, Investigator-Initiated Research Grant for CAD software in multiple sclerosis: finished Oct 2021 (past)
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History and etymology
Derives from the Latin word "tectum" meaning "roof".
Supplied by the collicular (or quadrigeminal) artery, a branch of the P1 (sometimes P2) segment of the posterior cerebral artery.
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