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Indusium Griseum
Nervous System

Indusium Griseum

Indusium griseum

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The indium grime (aka supracallosal gyrus) is a band of grey matter that runs along the dorsal surface of the corpus callosum. It is continuous with the stria terminalis and septal nucleus rostrally, and the dentate gyrus caudally.

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Indusium griseum

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The indusium griseum is a thin bilateral band of neurons on the dorsal surface of the corpus callosum in the adult and continuous with the subiculum;

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