quadrigeminal plate
The term quadrigeminal plate refers to the embryologic structure that is formed by two longitudinal eminences, one on each alar plate of the midbrain. These eminences become the superior colliculus and inferior colliculus ( Carpenter-1983 ).

Also known as: Lamina quadrigeminaNeuroNames ID : 1374

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