Medical Definition of Trigonum collaterale

1. A triangular prominence of the floor of the lateral ventricle at the transition between occipital and temporal horn, continuous rostrally with the collateral eminence and, like the latter, caused by the deep penetration of the collateral sulcus from the ventral surface of the temporal lobe. Synonym: trigonum collaterale, trigone of lateral ventricle, trigonum ventriculi, ventricular trigone. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trigonum Collaterale

trigonometric series
trigonometrical
trigonometrically
trigonometrician
trigonometries
trigonometry
trigonous
trigons
trigonum
trigonum acustici
trigonum caroticum
trigonum cerebrale
trigonum cervicale
trigonum cervicale anterius
trigonum cervicale posterius
trigonum collaterale (current term)
trigonum colli
trigonum deltoideopectorale
trigonum femorale
trigonum fibrosum dextrum
trigonum fibrosum sinistrum
trigonum habenulae
trigonum hypoglossi
trigonum inguinale
trigonum lemnisci
trigonum lumbale
trigonum lumbocostale
trigonum musculare
trigonum nervi hypoglossi
trigonum nervi vagi

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