posterior perforated substance
The bottom of the interpeduncular fossa at the base of the mesencephalon, containing openings for the passage of perforating branches of cerebral arteries.
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- posterior median fissure,
- posterior median line,
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- posterior nasal spine,
- posterior palatine foramen,
- posterior pituitary,
- posterior probability,
- posterior pyramid of medulla,
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