lamina of mesencephalic tectum

(redirected from Quadrigeminal plate)

lam·i·na of mes·en·ce·phal·ic tec·tum

the roofplate of the mesencephalon formed by the quadrigeminal bodies.

lam·i·na of mes·en·ce·phal·ic tec·tum

(lam'i-nă mes-en-se-fal'ik tek'tŭm)
The roofplate of the mesencephalon formed by the quadrigeminal bodies.
Synonym(s): tectum of midbrain.
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Characteristic imaging appearances of asymmetric narrowing of the internal carotid arteries (especially the supraclinoid portion) with numerous collateral vessels around the brainstem, especially within the ambient and quadrigeminal plate cisterns, are demonstrated with progression.
MR images (Figs 1a - c) demonstrated numerous collateral vessels around the brainstem, especially within the ambient and quadrigeminal plate cisterns.
Because patients are usually scanned in the supine position, particularly important locations include the interpeduncular cistern, the occipital horns of the lateral ventricles, the quadrigeminal plate cistern, and the dependent portions of the Sylvian fissures (Figure 1).