collateral trigone
Acronym: clt
The term collateral trigone refers to a surface feature of the lateral ventricle in the human. Defined on the basis of dissection it is a flattened triangular area located at the junction of the temporal horn of the lateral ventricle and the occipital horn of the lateral ventricle ( Riley-1943 ).

Also known as: atrium of lateral ventricle, trigone of lateral ventricle, Trigonum collateraleNeuroNames ID : 217


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