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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . Fig. 911. Fore-brain(thalamic region > Pallium Mid-brain Hind-brain. Reconstruction of b-ain of human embryo of about two weeks (3.2 mm.); ./4, outer surface; B^ inner surface;np, neural pore, where fore-brain is still open ; cs, anlage of corpus striatum ; o> optic recess leading into opticvesicle; A/, hypothalamic region. {His.) evagination is attached by a hollow stem, the optic stalk, which later takes part inthe formation of the optic nere that connects the eye with the brain, the vesicleitself givin

Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . Fig. 911. Fore-brain(thalamic region > Pallium Mid-brain Hind-brain. Reconstruction of b-ain of human embryo of about two weeks (3.2 mm.); ./4, outer surface; B^ inner surface;np, neural pore, where fore-brain is still open ; cs, anlage of corpus striatum ; o> optic recess leading into opticvesicle; A/, hypothalamic region. {His.) evagination is attached by a hollow stem, the optic stalk, which later takes part inthe formation of the optic nere that connects the eye with the brain, the vesicleitself givin Stock Photo
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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . Fig. 911. Fore-brain(thalamic region > Pallium Mid-brain Hind-brain. Reconstruction of b-ain of human embryo of about two weeks (3.2 mm.); ./4, outer surface; B^ inner surface;np, neural pore, where fore-brain is still open ; cs, anlage of corpus striatum ; o> optic recess leading into opticvesicle; A/, hypothalamic region. {His.) evagination is attached by a hollow stem, the optic stalk, which later takes part inthe formation of the optic nere that connects the eye with the brain, the vesicleitself giving rise (page 1482) to the nervous coat of the eye, the retina. By thetime the optic evagination is formed, the front part of the fore-brain shows a slightbulging, narrow below and broader and rounded above, and separated from theoptic outgrow^th by a slight furrow. This is the first suggestion of the anlage of thehemisphere or pallium (His). The latter soon gives rise to two rounded hollowprotrusions, one on either side of the fore-brain, that rapidly exixmd into theconspicuous primary cerebral hemispheres. The lower part of the fore-brain include

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