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).[1] The sulcus limitans can also be located by searching laterally from the medial eminence. It is parallel to the median sulcus.

Sulcus limitans
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Rhomboid fossa. (Sulcus limitans not labeled, but region is visible.)
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Human caudal brainstem posterior view (The sulcus limitans separates #2 from #4.)
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LatinSulcus limitans fossae rhomboideae
NeuroNames629
Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy

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This article incorporates text in the public domain from page 799 of the 20th edition of Gray's Anatomy (1918)

  1. ^ Nolte, John. The Human Brain 6th ed. p.685. Mosby Inc.

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