interpeduncular cistern
Acronym: icis
The term interpeduncular cistern refers to the anterior portion of the posterior basal cistern. It is a cerebrospinal fluid filled cavity, which in the human is located on the anterior surface of the midbrain, superior to the pons and inferior to the mammillary body ( Carpenter-1983 ).

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