third ventricle


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Noun1.third ventricle - a narrow ventricle in the midplane below the corpus callosumthird ventricle - a narrow ventricle in the midplane below the corpus callosum; communicates with the fourth ventricle via the Sylvian aqueduct
ventricle - one of four connected cavities in the brain; is continuous with the central canal of the spinal cord and contains cerebrospinal fluid
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The frequency of involvement of areas from most to least common are as follows: symmetrical lesions of the medial thalami, periventricular regions of the third ventricle, peri-aqueductal areas, mamillary bodies, tectal plate and dorsal medulla.
Cine PC-MRI for third ventriculostomy should show patency by demonstrating continuous flow from the third ventricle to the pre-pontine cistern through a small discontinuation in the floor of the third ventricle.
When the gene was turned off in stem cells from the third ventricle, those cells started proliferating wildly - the first step on the road to tumor formation.
In addition, there is absence of the third ventricle as the thalami are fused.
Our patient's lesion had already compressed the third ventricle and carotid arteries.
1) confirmed the presence of a third ventricle cyst with ventricular enlargement (Figure 2.
High risk of acute deterioration in patients harbouring symptomatic colloid cysts of the third ventricle.
Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated hydrocephalus in the lateral and third ventricles and a mass beneath the third ventricles.
Goats were anesthetized throughout the surgery for third ventricle cannulation under stereotaxic methods and jugular vein cannulation.
A colloid cyst, or neuroepithelial cyst, is a slow-growing, benign tumor in the anterior third ventricle.
Parkinson's MCI subjects had significantly greater enlargement of the third ventricle than neurodegenerative and vascular MCI subjects.
The fluid, which is about 99 percent water, starts its journey from the two lateral ventricles, which are side-by-side cavities in the upper brain, and then travels down to the third ventricle and on to the fourth, which is near the brain stem.