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Coronal MRI - Optic Chiasm

Cingulate Gyrus Superior Frontal Gyrus Cingulate Gyrus Superior Frontal Gryus Middle Frontal Gyrus Middle Frontal Gyrus Inferior Frontal Gyrus Inferior Frontal Gyrus Insula Insula Superior Temporal Gyrus Superior Temporal Gyrus Middle Temporal Gyrus Middle Temporal Gyrus Inferior Temporal Gyrus Inferior Temporal Gyrus Parahipppocampal Gyrus Parahippocampal Gyrus Lateral Occiptaltemporal Gyrus Lateral Occipitaltemporal Gyrus Septum Pellucidum Anterior Horn (lateral ventricle) Anterior Horn (lateral ventricle) Superior Sagittal Sinus Falx (interhemispheric fissure) Main Body or Trunk (Corpus Callosum) Fornix Caudate Nucleus Caudate Nucleus Pituitary Gland (sella) Pituitary Stalk Optic Chiasm Sphenoid Air Sinus Sylvian Fissure Sylvian Fissure Superior Frontal Sulcus Superior Frontal Gyrus Inferior Frontal Sulcus Inferior Frontal Sulcus Superior Frontal Sulcus Superior Frontal Sulcus Inferior Frontal Sulcus Inferior Frontal Sulcus Putamen Putamen Deep White Matter (Left Frontal Lobe) Deep White Matter (Right Frontal Lobe) External Capsule / Claustrum / Extreme Capsule Extreme Capsule / Claustrum / External Capsule Isthmus of the Temporal Lobe Isthmus of the Temporal Lobe Deep White Matter (right temporal lobe) Deep White Matter (left temporal lobe) Septal area / Substantia innominata Septal area / Substantia innominata Internal Carotid Artery Internal Carotid Artery Internal Carotid Artery Suprasellar Cistern Suprasellar Cistern Internal Capsule (anterior limb) Internal Capsule (anterior limb)

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Revised 06/25/04.
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