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- Cochlea

Trapezoid body

Lateral lemniscus Nucleus of lateral lemniscus Inferior cerebellar peduncle Cochlear nerve Ventral cochlear nucleus Dorsal cochlear nucleus Dorsal acoustic stria

Acoustic System

Posterior commissure

Trapezoid body

Inferior colliculus

Nucleus of trapezoid body

Superior medial olivary nucleus

Transverse gyrus of Heschl and planum temporale

Acoustic radiation

Medial geniculate body

Brachium conjunctivum (superior cerebellar peduncle)

Superior lateral olivary nucleus

Transverse temporal gyrus (of Heschl)

Medial geniculate body

Brachium conjunctivum inferior

Inferior eoiliculus

Acoustic radiations

Transverse temporal gyrus (of Heschl)

Medial geniculate body

Inferior eoiliculus

Acoustic radiations

Regions of activation obtained during acoustic stimulation with pure tones at 800-1000 Hz frequency. Courtesy of Massimo Caulo, MD, PhD, ITAB, Chieti, Italy

Vestibular System

Interstitial nucleus

Oculomotor nucleus

Trochlear nucleus

Superior vestibular nucleus

Inferior vestibular nucleus

Vestibular nerve

Medial vestibular nucleus

Medial longitudinal fasciculus

Interstitial nucleus

Oculomotor nucleus

Trochlear nucleus

Superior vestibular nucleus

Inferior vestibular nucleus

Vestibular nerve

Medial vestibular nucleus

Medial longitudinal fasciculus

Vestibular cortical area

Posteroinferior and posterolateral ventral nuclei of thalamus

Lateral vestibular nucleus (of Deiters)

Lateral vestibulospinal tract

Medial vestibulospinal tract

Vestibular cortical area

Posteroinferior and posterolateral ventral nuclei of thalamus

Lateral vestibular nucleus (of Deiters)

Lateral vestibulospinal tract

Medial vestibulospinal tract

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in the centrum semiovale

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