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Encyclopedia > Medial longitudinal fissure

The medial longitudinal fissure is the deep groove which separates the two hemispheres of the vertebrate brain. The falx cerebri, a dural brain covering, lies within the medial longitudinal fissure.


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Gray, Henry. 1918. Anatomy of the Human Body. Page 823 (634 words)
The medial surface of the parietal lobe (Fig.
The medial surface of the occipital lobe is bounded in front by the medial part of the parietoöccipital fissure, and is traversed by the calcarine fissure, which subdivides it into the cuneus and the lingual gyrus.
The lingual gyrus lies between the calcarine fissure and the posterior part of the collateral fissure; behind, it reaches the occipital pole; in front, it is continued on to the tentorial surface of the temporal lobe, and joins the hippocampal gyrus.
Medial longitudinal fasciculus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (507 words)
Lemniscus (in blue) with a’ the medial lemniscus and a" the lateral lemniscus.
The medial longitudinal fasciculus (MLF) is a pair of crossed fiber tracts (group of axons), one on each side of the brainstem, that carry information about the direction that the eyes should move.
The MLF arises from the Vestibular nucleus (VN) and is thought to be involved in the maintenance of gaze.
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