V e n tricle s
Topography
S ections
S pinal cord
Pathways~|
Cavernous sinus and pituitary gland
Sinus sphenoidalis
Os sphenoidale, Corpus
Dorsum sellae
Sinus intercavernosus posterior
Infundibulum
Diaphragma sellae
N. opticus [
Neurohypophysis
Sinus intercavernosus
anterior
Pars tuberalis
Pars intermedia
Pars dlstalis
Adenohypophysis
Sella turcica, Fossa hypophysialis
Fig. 491
Pituitary gland, Hypophysis [Glandula pituitaria].
Diaphragma sellae
Sinus intercavernosi
Sinus cavernosus
N oculomotorius [III]
A carotis interna,
Pars cavernosa
Chiasma opticum
N. opticus [II]
A. ophthalmica
A. carotis interna,
Pars cerebralis
N trochlearis [IV]
N abducens [VI]
N ophthalmicus [V/1]
Dura mater cranialis
N. maxillaris [V/2]
Septum sinuum
sphenoidalium
Proc. clinoideus anterior
infundibulum
Neurohypophysis
Adenohypophysis
Hypophysis
[Glandula
If
pituitaria]
Sella turcica,
Fossa hypophysialis
Sinus sphenoidalis
Apex partis petrosae
Fissura sphenopetrosa
(Fibrocartilago basalis)
Fig. 492
Pituitary gland, Hypophysis [Glandula pituitaria], and
cavernous sinus, Sinus cavernosus.
Sulcus prechiasmaticus
Diaphragma sellae
Hypophysis [Glandula pituitaria]
N. abducens [VI]
Fissura sphenopetrosa
A carotis interna, Pars cavernosa
N. mandibularis [V/3]
(Proc clinoideus m├ędius)
N. opticus [II]
A carotis interna, Pars cerebralis
A. ophthalmica
N. oculomotorius [III]
N. trochlearis [IV]
N ophthalmicus [V/1]
N maxillaris [V/2]
Ganglion trigeminale
Fig. 493
Cavernous sinus, Sinus cavernosus;
the part of the cranial dura mater forming the lateral wall of the
cavernous sinus has been removed;
the trigeminal ganglion has been reflected to the side.
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