calcar avis
Acronym: cal
The term calcar avis refers to a surface feature of the occipital horn of the lateral ventricle in the human. Defined on the basis of dissection it is a long horizontal protrusion into the medial wall of the ventricle produced by the calcarine sulcus ( Wikipedia ).

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