Anterior wall of the third ventricle is formed by? – Anatomy MCQ

Anterior wall of the third ventricle is formed by?
A. Lamina terminalis
B. Pineal body
C. Tuber cinereum
D. Mamillary body

Correct answer : A. Lamina terminalis

Ventricles of the brainVentricles of the brain

  • Anterior wall of third ventricle is formed by lamina terminalis, anterior commissure and anterior column of fornix.
  • Posterior wall is formed by pineal body, posterior commissure and cerebral aqueduct.

Ref: Human Anatomy, B. D. Chaurasia, 4th ed, Vol 3, page 367,368.

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