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Sphenoid sinuses

Third ventricle

Internal carotic

Neurohypophy

(posterior pituitary)

Sphenoid sinuses

Internal carotic

Neurohypophy

(posterior pituitary)

Sphenoid sinuses

Optic chiasm

Adenohypophysis (anterior pituitary)

Sphenoid sinus

Optic chiasm

Adenohypophysis (anterior pituitary)

Sphenoid sinus

Optic chiasm

Infundibular recess of third ventricle

Hypothalamic-

pituitary stalk

Sphenoid sinus

Chiasmatic reci M of third ventric

Optic chiasm

Infundibular recess of third ventricle

Hypothalamic-

pituitary stalk

Suprasellar cistern

Adenohypoph}

(anterior pituitary)

Neurohypophy

(posterior pituitary)

Sphenoid sinus

Optic chiasm

Neurohypophysis (posterior pituitary)

Adenohypophysis (anterior pituitary)

Sphenoid sinus

Optic chiasm

Neurohypophysis (posterior pituitary)

Adenohypophysis (anterior pituitary)

Sphenoid sinus

Optic chiasm

Adenohypophy

(anterior pituitary)

Sphenoid sinus

Optic chiasm

Adenohypophy

(anterior pituitary)

Sphenoid sinus

Cavernous Sinus

Hypothalamic-pituitary stalk

Adenohypophysls (anterior pituitary)

Oculomotor nerve, III Trochlear nerve, IV Ophthalmic nerve, VI Maxillary nerve, V2 Abducens nerve, Vi

Oculomotor nerve, III Trochlear nerve, IV Ophthalmic nerve, VI Maxillary nerve, V2 Abducens nerve, Vi

Hypothalamic-pituitary stalk

Adenohypophysls (anterior pituitary)

Ml = Ml segment of the middle cerebral artery A5 = A1 segment of the anterior cerebral artery C7 = Communicating segment of the internal carotid artery

Internal carotid

Lateral wall of cavernous sinus

Border of tentorium

Cavum sellae

Dural fold forming the interdinoid ligament and the lateral wall of the cavernous sinus

Cranial nerve 111

Posterior cerebral artery

Basilar artery

Cavum sellae

Dural fold forming the interdinoid ligament and the lateral wall of the cavernous sinus

Cranial nerve 111

Posterior cerebral artery

Basilar artery

Internal carotid siphons

Pituitary stalk

Internal carotid siphons

Pituitary stalk

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