|Brain: Lamina affixa|
|1. Taenia choroidea (and lateral: Lamina affixa, Stria terminalis)
2. Thalamus, Pulvinar thalami
3. Third ventricle
4. Stalk of pineal gland
6. Stria medullaris
7. Superior colliculus
8. Brachium of superior colliculus
9. Inferior colliculus
10. Brachium of inferior colliculus
11. Medial geniculate nucleus
12. Sulcus medianus
13. Superior cerebellar peduncles
14. Inferior cerebellar peduncle
15. Middle cerebellar peduncles
16. Tuberculum anterius thalami
17. Obex, Area postrema
|Human brain left dissected midsagittal view (Lamina affixa is #10)|
|Gray's||subject #189 838|
Lamina affixa is a layer of epithelium growing on the surface of the thalamus and forming the floor of the central part of lateral ventricle, on whose medial margin is attached the choroid plexus of the lateral ventricle; it covers the thalamostriate and choroidal veins. The torn edge of this plexus is called the choroid tenia.
On the surface of the terminal vein is a narrow white band, named the lamina affixa.
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