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Winding around the [[inferior peduncle]] and crossing the [[area acustica]] and the [[medial eminence]] are a number of white strands, the '''striae medullares''', which form a portion of the [[cochlear division]] of the [[vestibulocochlear nerve]] and disappear into the [[median sulcus]].
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Winding around the [[inferior peduncle]] and crossing the [[area acustica]] and the [[medial eminence]] are a number of white strands, the '''striae medullares''', which form a portion of the [[cochlear division]] of the [[vestibulocochlear nerve]] and disappear into the [[posterior median sulcus]].
   
 
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Brain: Medullary striae of fourth ventricle
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Rhomboid fossa (striae medullares labeled at center left)
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Latin striae medullares ventriculi quarti
Gray's subject #187 800
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MeSH [1]

Winding around the inferior peduncle and crossing the area acustica and the medial eminence are a number of white strands, the striae medullares, which form a portion of the cochlear division of the vestibulocochlear nerve and disappear into the posterior median sulcus.

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