forebrain commissures
The term forebrain commissures refers to a set of three or four fiber pathways that cross the midline of the endbrain. They include the anterior commissure, the corpus callosum and the hippocampal commissure ( Crosby-1962 ). Some authors distinguish the basal telencephalic commissure from the anterior commissure ( Lamantia-1990 ).

Also known as: cerebral commissures, telencephalic commissuresNeuroNames ID : 1559

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