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ot = optic tract

Igb = lateral geniculate body rn = red nucleus sn = substantia nigra mb - rriammillary bodies (hypothalamus)

fp = frontopontine tract p = pyramidal tract ptp = parietotemporopontine tract sc = superior coiliculus

Mucleus of oculomotor nerve Dorsal longitudinal fasciculus Superior cerebellar peduncle Spinothalamic tract Substantia nigra, pars reticulata Substantia nigra, parscompacta Red nucleus

p = pyramidal tract sep = superior cerebellar peduncles ic = Inferior colliculus

Dorsal longitudinal fasciculus Pontocerebellar tract Medial lemniscus

Mesencephalic nucleus of trigeminal nerve Nucleus of trochlear nerve

| Dorsal longitudinal fasciculus M1 Pontocerebellar tract Medial lemniscus Trigeminal nucleus Trigeminal motor nucleus | Superior vestibular nucleus | Medial longitudinal fasciculus

Medial longitudinal fasciculus Internal genu of facial nerve (arrow) Medial and lateral vestibular nuclei Superior vestibular nucleus Inferior vestibular nucleus Trapezoid body (acoustic} Ventral cochlear nucleus Dorsal cochlear nucleus p = pyramidal tract mcp = middle cerebellar peduncle icp = inferior cerebellar peduncle

Pontocerebellar tract Medial lemniscus Abducent nucleus Spinal nucleus of trigeminal nerve Facial nerve and nucleus

p = pyramidal tract o = olive icp = inferior cerebellar peduncle

Medial lemniscus Cuneate nucleus

Spinal nucleus of trigeminal nerve

Solitary nucleus Dorsal vagal nucleus Hypoglossal nucleus Inferior vestibular nucleus Medial longitudinal fasciculus Nucleus ambiguus

p - pyramidal tract o = olive

D = pyramidal decussation

Cuneate nucleus

Gracile nucleus

Medial lemniscus

Spinal nucleus of trigeminal nerve

Solitary nucleus Dorsal vagal nucleus Hypoglossal nucleus Medial longitudinal fasciculus Cuneate fasciculus Gracile fasciculus Anterior spinocerebellar tract Posterior spinocerebellar tract

Red nucleus

Medial telencephalic fasciculus

Marnrnillary body

Septum verum

Diagonal gyrus

Subcallosal area

Ventral fibers from amygdala

Anterior amygdaloid nucleus

Cortical amygdaloid nucleus

Basal and lateral amygdaloid nuclei

Ammon's horn

Indusium griseum

Stria terminalis

Medial thalamic nucleus

Habenular nucleus

Fasciolar gyrus

Crusfornici5

Fa s cióla cinerea

Choroidal fissure

Giacomlni's area

Subiculum

Dentate gyrus

Medial telencephalic fasciculus

Marnrnillary body

Septum verum

Diagonal gyrus

Subcallosal area

Ventral fibers from amygdala

Anterior amygdaloid nucleus

Cortical amygdaloid nucleus

Basal and lateral amygdaloid nuclei

Ammon's horn

Red nucleus

Giacomlni's area

Subiculum

Dentate gyrus

Indusium griseum

Stria terminalis

Medial thalamic nucleus

Habenular nucleus

Fasciolar gyrus

Crusfornici5

Fa s cióla cinerea

Choroidal fissure

Hippocampus

Hippocampus

Hippocampus Hippocampus

Hippocampus (head)

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