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Fig. 3. Lateral Surface Model of Brain and Cranial Nerves

The primitive forebrain is distinctly separated into telencephalic and diencephalic portions. The telencephalon has divided into two cerebral hemispheres, and each hemisphere, which is ovoid in form, has grown ventrally (forwards) beyond the lamina terminalis and dorsally (backwards) over the antero-superior portion of the diencephalon (fig. 3).

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Dickie JK. The anatomy of the head end of a 20 mm human embryo. (1914) J Anat Physiol., 48(4): 445-60. PMID 17233010

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