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Brain MRI: Normal Mid-Sagittal

Cervical Spinal Cord Medulla Pons (basis) Pons (Tegmentum) Midbrain Cerebral Aqueduct 4th Ventricle Tonsils (Cerebellum) Cerebellum (Vermis) Tentorium Cisterna Magna Premedullary Cistern Prepontine Cistern Clivus Mamillary Body Optic Chiasm Pituitary Gland Sphenoid Sinus Interpeduncular Cistern Quadrigeminal Plate (Superior and Inferior Colliculi) Fornix Splenium (Corpus Callosum) Trunk or Body (Corpus Callosum) Genu (Corpus Callosum) Rostrum (Corpus Callosum) Third Venticle Ascending Ramus of the Cingulate Gyrus Cingulater Sulcus Cingulate Gyrus Parietal-Occipital Sulcus Calcarine Sulcus Cuneus (Occipital Lobe) Lingular Gyrus (Occipital Lobe) Precuneus (Parietal Lobe) Frontal Lobe (Orbital frontal) Superior Frontal Gyrus (Frontal Lobe) Paracentral Lobule (Frontal/Parietal Lobes) Nasopharynx Oral Pharynx Tongue Nasal Cavity Frontal Sinus C3 Vertebral Body C2 Vertebral Body Dens of C2 around C1 CSF CSF Quadrigeminal Cistern Superior Cerebellar Cistern Subcallosal Area Foramen of Magendie Suprasellar Cistern Septum Pellucidum Ethmoid Sinus Arch of C1 Ring of C1
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Revised 11/05/04.
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