Collateral eminence

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Brain: Collateral eminence
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Posterior and inferior cornua of left lateral ventricle exposed from the side.
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Inferior and posterior cornua, viewed from above.
Latin eminentia collateralis ventriculi lateralis
Gray's p.833
NeuroNames hier-193

The collateral eminence is an elongated swelling lying lateral to and parallel with the hippocampus.

It corresponds with the medial part of the collateral fissure, and its size depends on the depth and direction of this fissure.

It is continuous behind with a flattened triangular area, the trigonum collaterale, situated between the posterior and inferior cornua.

It is not always present.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Switka A, Narkiewicz O, Dziewiatkowski J, Moryś J (1999). "The shape of the inferior horn of the lateral ventricle in relation to collateral and occipitotemporal sulci". Folia Morphol. (Warsz) 58 (2): 69–80. PMID 10598399. 

This article incorporates text from a public domain edition of Gray's Anatomy.