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|Brain: Pontine cistern|
|Diagram showing the positions of the three principal subarachnoid cisternæ. (Cisterna pontis labeled at left center.)|
|Scheme of roof of fourth ventricle. The arrow is in the foramen of Majendie.|
1: Inferior medullary velum
2: Choroid plexus
3: Cerebellomedullary cistern of subarachnoid cavity
4: Central canal
5: Corpora quadrigemina
6: Cerebral peduncle
7: superior medullary velum
8: Ependymal lining of ventricle
9: Pontine cistern of subarachnoid cavity
|Gray's||subject #193 876|
The Pontine cistern is a considerable space on the ventral aspect of the pons.
It contains the basilar artery, and is continuous behind with the subarachnoid cavity of the medulla spinalis, and with the cisterna cerebellomedullaris; and in front of the pons with the cisterna interpeduncularis.
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|Meninges of the brain and medulla spinalis|
Dura mater - Falx cerebri - Tentorium cerebelli - Falx cerebelli - Arachnoid mater - Subarachnoid space - Cistern - Cisterna magna - Median aperture - Cerebrospinal fluid - Arachnoid granulation - Pia mater
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