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obex

 [o´beks]
the ependyma-lined junction of the teniae of the fourth ventricle of the brain at the inferior angle.

o·bex

(ō'beks), [TA]
The point on the midline of the posterior aspect of the medulla oblongata that marks the caudal angle of the rhomboid fossa or fourth ventricle. It corresponds to a small, transverse medullary fold overhanging the calamus scriptorius.
[L. barrier]

obex

(o´beks) the ependyma-lined junction of the taeniae of the fourth ventricle of the brain at the inferior angle.

obex

[ō′beks]
a small triangular membrane formed at the caudal angle of the rhomboid fossa or fourth ventricle.

o·bex

(ō'beks) [TA]
The point on the midline of the dorsal surface of the medulla oblongata that marks the caudal angle of the rhomboid fossa or fourth ventricle. It corresponds to a small, transverse medullary fold overhanging the calamus scriptorius.
[L. barrier]

obex

a small triangular membrane at the caudal end of the roof of the fourth ventricle of the brain.
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