lateral ventricles


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lateral ventricles

The fluid-filled cavities in each half of the brain (cerebral hemispheres) that communicate with the THIRD VENTRICLE by way of the interventricular foramen.
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5) Notably, the brains of exposed male mice showed enlarged lateral ventricles, a condition called ventriculomegaly.
Among 14 IVIG-treated patients who underwent volumetric MRI at baseline and after 18 months, the yearly increase in lateral ventricle volume measured with volumetric MRI was lowest in patients treated with 0.
Transcaudate: genu corpus callosum, cavum septi pellucidi, frontal horn of lateral ventricles, caudate nucleus, Sylvian sulcus
Lateral ventricle enlargement is invariably noted ipsilateral to the lesion, and there have been a few reported cases in which placement of shunts have prevented further growth.
7] ifu per [micro]l by an injection into the right lateral ventricle via a glass capillary with an outer diameter of about 80 [micro]m mounted on to a 26 ga Hamilton syringe, coordinates referring to bregma: AP [+ or -]0, ML -0.
The cyst usually blocks the foramen of Monro, causing obstructive hydrocephalus involving only the lateral ventricles.
Notably, CAPs-exposed male, but not female, mice had significantly enlarged lateral ventricles compared with air-exposed controls (Figure 2A,B), as indicated by the treatment x sex interaction [F(1,32) = 10.
Focusing on one particular location, the temporal horn of the lateral ventricle may prove helpful.
Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain showed a large mass on the right lateral ventricle extending into the third ventricle, with concomitant dilation of the third ventricle and both lateral ventricles (Figure 3, A).
There was no echogenic vermis visible but the lateral ventricles (7 mm) and aqueduct were normal.
A precontrast sagittal T1-weighted image showed a mass in the region of the pineal gland, with a thin rim of intrinsic signal hyperintensity and enlargement of the third and lateral ventricles (Figure 2).
The most active areas of adult neurogenesis are the subventricular zone (SVZ) of the lateral ventricles and the subgranular zone (SGZ) of the hippocampal dentate gyms.

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