septum pellucidum


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septum pel·lu·ci·dum

 (pə-lo͞o′sĭ-dəm)
n. pl. septa pel·lu·ci·da (-də)
A thin membrane of nervous tissue that forms the medial wall of the lateral ventricles in the brain.

[New Latin sēptum pellūcidum : sēptum, septum + Latin pellūcidum, neuter of pellūcidus, transparent.]
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Magnetic resonance imaging discovered a shortage of cavum septum pellucidum, interlinked bilateral lateral ventricles of the brain, posterior horn of the left and right ventricles were 9.
Septum pellucidum is a membrane with two foliums located in interior wall of the lateral ventricles.
According to a statement from Boston University's CTE Center, Hernandez "had early brain atrophy and large perforations in the septum pellucidum, a central membrane.
Absence of the septum pellucidum is a congenital defect with a wide spectrum of clinical presentations depending, in part, on whether it occurs with other brain abnormalities.
No evidence of any hemorrhage or space-occupying lesion seen, persistent cavum septum pellucidum (Figures 2 & 3) was noted and ventricular system was unremarkable.
Central neurocytomas are typically midline supratentorial tumors located in the lateral or third ventricles in the region of the foramen of Monro, arising from the septum pellucidum, fornix, or walls of the lateral ventricles.
Septo-optik displazi (SOD) ilk defa Morsier tarafindan tanimlanmis olup, optik sinir hipoplazisi, septum pellucidum yoklugu ve/veya hipofiz bezinde fonksiyon bozuklugu ile karakterizedir.
On computed tomography, they appear as heterogeneous masses located in the lateral ventricle with broad base towards the septum pellucidum.
Along with the posterior frontal and parietal lobe cerebral fusion, note the absence of the septum pellucidum and fused frontal horns of the lateral ventricles (Figs 2 - 4).
11) However, in 2007, a new diagnosis termed "SOD-like" was proposed, encompassing patients with optic nerve hypoplasia and pituitary abnormalities but without septum pellucidum defects, which appears to be consistent with the findings in our patient.
Inicialmente se postulo que su origen era del nucleo del septum pellucidum.
However, the nature of the obstruction requires bilateral ventricular shunting or unilateral shunting with fenestration of the septum pellucidum to allow flow of CSF through the lateral ventricles.