Columns of fornix

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Brain: Columns of fornix
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Diagram of the fornix.
Latin columna fornicis
Gray's p.838
NeuroNames hier-251

The columns (anterior pillars; fornicolumns) of the fornix arch downward in front of the Interventricular foramen and behind the anterior commissure, and each descends through the gray substance in the lateral wall of the third ventricle to the base of the brain, where it ends in the corpus mammillare.

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