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The sulcus limitans is found in the fourth ventricle of the brain. It separates the cranial nerve motor nuclei (medial) from the sensory nuclei (lateral). The sulcus limitans can also be located by searching laterally from the medial eminence. It is parallel to the median sulcus.
Rhomboid fossa. (Sulcus limitans not labeled, but region is visible.)
Human caudal brainstem posterior view (The sulcus limitans separates #2 from #4.)
|Latin||Sulcus limitans fossae rhomboideae|
|Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy|
- Nolte, John. The Human Brain 6th ed. p.685. Mosby Inc.
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