interpeduncular fossa
Acronym: ipf
The term interpeduncular fossa refers to the portion of the interpeduncular cistern located between the two crus cerebri on the ventral surface of the midbrain. It is found in the human ( Carpenter-1983 ) and the macaque ( Martin-2000 ). No equivalent appears in brain atlases of the rat ( Paxinos-2009b ) or the mouse ( Franklin-2008 ).

Also known as: Fossa interpeduncularisNeuroNames ID : 489


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