Hypothalamic sulcus

Hypothalamic sulcus
Sagittal section of human brain. Hypothalamic sulcus is 23 (blue line)
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Latinsulcus hypothalamicus
NeuroNames449
TA98A14.1.08.422
TA25779
FMA78465
Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy

The hypothalamic sulcus (sulcus of Monro) is a groove in the lateral wall of the third ventricle, marking the boundary between the thalamus and hypothalamus. The upper and lower portions of the lateral wall of the third ventricle correspond to the alar lamina and basal lamina, respectively, of the lateral wall of the fore-brain vesicle and are separated from each other by a furrow, the hypothalamic sulcus, which extends from the interventricular foramen to the cerebral aqueduct.



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