chiasmatic cistern
Acronym: ccis
The term chiasmatic cistern refers to the cerebrospinal fluid filled space outside the brain next to the optic chiasm. It is found in the human ( Riley-1943 ), macaque, rat, and mouse ( NeuroNames ).

Also known as: Cisterna chiasmatisNeuroNames ID : 30


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