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Definition of Quadrigeminal

Quadrigeminal
Quadrigeminal Quad`ri*gem"i*nal, Quadrigeminous Quad`ri*gem"i*nous, a. [Quadri- + L. gemini twins.] Fourfold; having four similar parts, or two pairs of similar parts. Quadrigeminal bodies (Anat.), two pairs of lobes, or elevations, on the dorsal side of the midbrain of most mammals; the optic lobes. The anterior pair are called the nates, and the posterior the testes.

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- relay information for vision and hearing. The term "tectal plate" or "quadrigeminal plate" is used to describe the junction of the gray and white matter...
- Quadrigeminal brachium may refer to: Inferior colliculus, also known by the Latin term inferior quadrigeminal brachium Superior colliculus, also known...
- In the brain, the corpora quadrigemina (Latin for "quadruplet bodies") are the four colliculi—two inferior, two superior—located on the tectum of the dorsal...
- The superior colliculus (Latin for upper hill) is a structure lying on the roof of the mammalian midbrain. In non-mammalian vertebrates, the homologous...
- The superior cistern (cistern of great cerebral vein, quadrigeminal cistern, Bichat's canal) is a dilation as a subarachnoid cistern of the subarachnoid...
- The inferior colliculus (IC) (Latin for lower hill) is the prin****l midbrain nucleus of the auditory pathway and receives input from several peripheral...
- every third beat is aberrant, it is trigeminal; every fourth would be quadrigeminal. Typically, if every fifth or more beat is abnormal, the aberrant beat...
- thalamic bodies and behind the habenular commissure. It is located in the quadrigeminal cistern near to the corpora quadrigemina. It is also located behind...
- spinotectal tract (spinomesencephalic tract, spinotectal fasciculus, spino-quadrigeminal system of Mott) arises in the spinothalamic tract and terminates in...