Medical Definition of Cerebral trigone

1. Origin: L, an arch. An arch or fold; as, the fornix, or vault, of the cranium; the fornix, or reflection, of the conjuctiva. Esp, two longitudinal bands of white nervous tissue beneath the lateral ventricles of the brain. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cerebral Trigone

cerebral oximetry
cerebral palsy
cerebral part of arachnoid
cerebral part of dura mater
cerebral part of internal carotid artery
cerebral peduncle
cerebral porosis
cerebral revascularization
cerebral rheumatism
cerebral sinuses
cerebral sphingolipidosis
cerebral sulci
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cerebral tetanus
cerebral thrombosis
cerebral trigone (current term)
cerebral tuberculosis
cerebral vein
cerebral veins
cerebral ventricle neoplasms
cerebral ventricles
cerebral ventriculography
cerebral vesicle
cerebral vomiting
cerebralgia
cerebralise
cerebralised
cerebralises
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