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Neuroanatomy - Important brain structures

Neuroanatomy - Important brain structures

Hidden Talents--Brain 12 Left Brain

Hidden Talents--Brain 12 Left Brain

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foramen of luschka - Google Search

foramen of luschka - Google Search

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The Foramen of Monro is the eponym for the Interventricular Foramen, the short passage that descend medially and laterally from the lateral ventricles of the brain to connect to the third ventricle. As part of the ventricular system, they contain cerebrospinal fluid and a portion of the choroid plexus. The foramen was named after Alexander Monro (1733 – 1817), a Scottish physician. Monro first described the foramen in a publication in 1783 after observing a case of hydrocephalus.

The Foramen of Monro is the eponym for the Interventricular Foramen, the short passage that descend medially and laterally from the lateral ventricles of the brain to connect to the third ventricle. As part of the ventricular system, they contain cerebrospinal fluid and a portion of the choroid plexus. The foramen was named after Alexander Monro (1733 – 1817), a Scottish physician. Monro first described the foramen in a publication in 1783 after observing a case of hydrocephalus.