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Topic: Foramen of Monro

  Alexander Monro, secundus (www.whonamedit.com)
After only one session of this arrangement Monro primus petitioned the town council, the patrons of the university, to appoint his son joint professor of anatomy, and his request was backed by a certificate from the students of his son’s evening class testifying to their satisfaction with his teaching.
Monro extended his attacks to include Hewson, his own former pupil and a colleague of Hunter, who in 1767 had recommended the operation of paracentesis of the thorax in traumatic pneumothorax and at the same time had published his own discovery of the existence of lacteals and lymphatics in non.mallaians.
Monro secundus’ earlier publications were largely polemical, and it was not until he had been teaching for twenty-five years that his three main contributions to medical literature appeared.
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 Alexander Monro, secundus Biography | World of Anatomy and Physiology
Three generations of Alexander Monros were professors of anatomy at the University of Edinburgh in unbroken succession from 1720 to 1846.
Monro secundus, the greatest of the three, is chiefly remembered for discovering and accurately describing the foramen interventriculare, or "foramen of Monro," an important passage connecting the lateral and third ventricles of the brain.
Knowledge of the communicative function of the foramen of Monro became crucial for the new science of neuroradiology early in the twentieth century because, for neurosurgeons like Walter Dandy (1886-1946), it paved the way for useful neurological diagnostic techniques such as pneumoventriculography, which injects air as an x-ray contrast medium directly into the ventricles.
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 Hydrocephalus / Ventriculomegaly
Congenital atresia of the foramen of Monro (4).
Patent foramen of Monro associated with unilateral parenchymal disease or unbalanced intracranial compliance.
Obstruction at level of foramen of Monro (bilateral).
www.fetalultrasound.com /online/text/5-006.htm   (136 words)

Colloid cysts are slowly growing lesions, probably of endodermal origin, and usually founding the anterior third ventricle close to the foramen of Monro, but other locations, such as, the roof of the third ventricle, the columns of the fornix, or the choroid plexus, are possible.
When the foramen of Monroe is enlarged which is so in the majority of the cases that the author operated upon, the lesion can be removed by the transforaminal approach.
The foramen of Monroe may appear narrow on first appearance and there may be a bulge posteriorly.
www.thamburaj.com /colloid_cyst.htm   (2721 words)

 Interventricular foramina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the brain, the interventricular foramina (or foramina of Monro) are channels that connect the paired lateral ventricles with the third ventricle at the midline of the brain.
The crescent-shaped interventricular foramina are located on the medial and inferior aspect of the lateral ventricles.
The foramina were named after the Scottish physician Alexander Monro, who first described the structures in his 1783 publication, Observations on the Structure and Functions of the Nervous System.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Interventricular_foramina   (304 words)

 Gray, Henry. 1918. Anatomy of the Human Body. Page 816
At the junction of the roof and anterior wall of the ventricle, and situated between the thalami behind and the columns of the fornix in front, is the interventricular foramen (foramen of Monro) through which the third communicates with the lateral ventricles.
Each lateral wall consists of an upper portion formed by the medial surface of the anterior two-thirds of the thalamus, and a lower consisting of an upward continuation of the gray substance of the ventricular floor.
The columns of the fornix curve downward in front of the interventricular foramen, and then run in the lateral walls of the ventricle, where, at first, they form distinct prominences, but subsequently are lost to sight.
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 Foramen of monro   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
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This difference foramen of monro is detectable with the vertical limb toward the side of the foramen ovale.
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 Radiology, University of Rochester Medical Center
There was a well-defined enhancing 1.8 cm mass lesion between the anterior horns of the lateral ventricles at the region of the foramen of Monro.
T1-weighted MR image shows a lesion in the region of the foramen of Monro that is iso-intense to the grey matter of the brain.
A colloid cyst is typically located in the Foramen of Monro or in the 3rd ventricle.
www.urmc.rochester.edu /smd/Rad/neurocases/Neurocase62.htm   (556 words)

 Q & A: What does ventriculomegaly mean?
The interventricular foramen may be congenitally malformed, or may have become obstructed by infection, hemorrhage, or a tumor [6-9].
Unilateral hydrocephalus secondary to congenital atresia of the foramen of Monro.
Atresia of the foramen of Monro resulting in severe unilateral hydrocephalus with subfascial herniation and infratentorial diverticulum.
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 Foramen of monro
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The letter was included in foramen of monro surgery of august, leaving the defence of the marquis de.
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 JPMA...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
After entering the right lateral ventricle, a cauliflower-like mass was observed in the lateral ventricle protruding out of the foramen of Monro.
At operation the previous gyrotomy was reopened and the remaining tumor was excised from the third ventricle using the dilated foramen of Monro.
In this case the tumor was debulked through the transfrontal route as it was protruding into the lateral ventricle through the dilated Foramen of Monro.
jpma.org.pk /JPMA/11Nov03/studentGiant.htm   (810 words)

 Ventricles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The Aqueduct of Sylvius is a narrow channel in the midbrain through which cerebrospinal fluid flows from the third into the fourth ventricle.
The Foramen of Monro is a small opening between the lateral and third ventricles.
The Foramen of Lushka is an opening in the wall of the lower fourth ventricle through which cerebrospinal fluid flows into the cisterna magna (space around lower brainstem and upper spinal cord).
uscneurosurgery.com /infonet/glossary/v/ventricles.htm   (361 words)

 MedFriendly.com: Lateral ventricles
The anterior horn is positioned in front of the interventricular foramen, which connects the lateral ventricles to the third ventricle.
The area that connects the lateral ventricles with the third ventricle is known as the interventricular foramen of Monro (also known as the interventricular foramen and the foramen of Monro).
The choroid plexus, which are the blood vessels in the lateral ventricle that produce cerebrospinal fluid, are found in the central part of the lateral ventral and the inferior horn, but not in the anterior or posterior horns.
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 UCLA NEUROSURGERY | Brain Tumor Diseases & Disorders   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
As the cyst enlarges, it intermittently obstructs the flow of CSF at the level of the foramen of Monro.
These lesions appear as round or oval lesions in the anterior and superior portion of the third ventricle at the level of the foramen of Monro.
Since there are no pathognomonic signs and symptoms for colloid cysts, the correct diagnosis and treatment depends on the careful integration of history, neurologic examination, and imaging studies.
neurosurgery.ucla.edu /Diagnoses/BrainTumor/BrainTumorDis_8.html   (627 words)

 Unusual Small Choroid Plexus Cyst Obstructing the Foramen of Monroe: Case Report -- Radaideh et al. 23 (5): 841 Figure ...
Unusual Small Choroid Plexus Cyst Obstructing the Foramen of Monroe: Case Report -- Radaideh et al.
Intraoperative image reveals a cystic lesion (straight arrow) at the right Foramen of Monro.
The curved yellow arrow indicates the normal choroid plexus exiting the lateral ventricle through the foramen of Monro; curved white arrow, the septal vein.
www.ajnr.org /cgi/content/full/23/5/841/F4   (64 words)

 Early diagnosis of subependymal giant cell astrocytoma in children with tuberous sclerosis -- Nabbout et al. 66 (3): ...
Out of 60 patients, 24 disclosed subependymal nodules localised near the foramen of Monro, and eight of the 24 developed astrocytomas.
they are localised near the foramen of Monro, on one or both sides.
There was a subependymal nodule in the left foramen of Monro, not calcified, which made the ventricular border irregular (see arrows) in T1 (A) and T2 (B) weighted images.
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 NursingCredits.com: Nursing certification credits for Nursing technicians and professionals
Cerebral spinal fluid is mainly formed by the choroid plexus, which are infoldings of blood vessels covered by a thin tissue called pia and are located in the four ventricles of the brain — the largest of which are found in the lateral ventricles.
From the fourth ventricle, the CSF then passes through the foramen of Luschka and the foramen of Magendie to enter the subarachnoid space that externally bathes the cerebral structures of the brain and spinal cord.
Other causes for communicating hydrocephalus include obliteration of the superior sagittal sinus (where most of the arachnoid granules are located), absence of the subarachnoid granules, subarachnoid hemorrhage (clotted blood may block the subarachnoid granules), and choroid plexus papilloma.
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 The Barrow Quarterly Article 20-1-1
Axial section of a human cadaveric brain at the level of the foramen of Monro.
The choroid plexus of the foramen of Monro is visible posteriorly, the anterior commissure is visible anteriorly, and the columns of the fornix are visible laterally.
5) and the boy’s clinical course was deteriorating, the hamar­toma was resected through a transcortical transventricular endoscopic approach through the foramen of Mon­ro.  Postoperatively, the patient’s seizures stopped and he was discharged home.
www.emergemd.com /bniq2/article.asp?article_ref_id=20-1-1   (1917 words)

 Cerebrospinal Fluid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The CSF is formed in the lateral ventricles, circulates through the interventricular foramens into the third ventricle, and then via the cerebral aqueduct into the fourth ventricle.
Here the fluid scapes via the lateral apertures of the fourth ventricle and the medial foramen of the fourth ventricle into the subaracnoid spaces, where it difuses over the brain and spinal cord.
The fluid flows through the interventricular foramen (of Monro) into the third ventricle, is augmented by fluid formed by the choroid plexus of this ventricle, and passes through the cerebral aqueduct (of Sylvius) to the fourth ventricle, which also possesses a choroid plexus.
www.cerebromente.org.br /n02/fundamentos/circulation_i.htm   (420 words)

 Joey “a much happier man” Scafidi
CSF produced by the choroid plexus of the Lateral Ventricles exit via the Interventricular Foramen or the Foramen of Monro.
2 paired Foramina of Luschka that are lateral and 1 Foramen of Magendie that is in the
ventricle ® 2 lateral foramen of Luschka and 1 medial caudal foramen of Magendie ® subarachnoid space ® arachnoid granulations ® dural sinus ® venous drainage
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 Mandibular foramen
Org the cleveland clinic patent foramen ovale, atrial septal aneurysm asa.
Normally the foramen ovale is an open with this journal have been outlined.
Am mandibular foramen cardiol dec. Used for prophylaxis of recurrent stroke in humans, the next section.
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The red wire passes into a lateral ventricle, via a foramen of Monro.
The foramina (pl) of Monro are the passageways into the third ventricle for cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), some of which is produced in the lateral ventricles; s.p., septum pellucidum -- the velum-like medial wall of a lateral ventricle (one on each hemisphere); the corpus callosum: g --genu, cc --body, --s, splenium
The foramen of Monro on each side drains the CSF of a lateral ventricle into the narrow, unpaired third ventricle
www.indiana.edu /~pietsch/v414diencephalon05.html   (1297 words)

 Definition of Foramen from dictionary.net
Foramen of Monro (Anat.), the opening from each lateral into the third ventricle of the brain.
Foramen of Winslow (Anat.), the opening connecting the sac of the omentum with the general cavity of the peritoneum.
Define foramen and 150,000 other words at dictionary.net
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 Acute unilateral hydrocephalus resulting from oedematous occlusion of foramen of Monro: complication of ...
Acute unilateral hydrocephalus resulting from oedematous occlusion of foramen of Monro: complication of intraventricular surgery -- Milhorat et al.
Acute unilateral hydrocephalus resulting from oedematous occlusion of foramen of Monro: complication of intraventricular surgery
the foramen of Monro was followed within 48 hours by severe and progressive
jnnp.bmj.com /cgi/content/abstract/38/8/745   (133 words)

 Amazon.com: "Foramen of Monroe": Key Phrase page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The catheter tip (b) can be seen approaching the Foramen of Monroe (c).
Hydrocephalus by obstructing cerebrospinal fluid circu- lation at the level of the foramen of Monroe.
during activity, these bodies project farther into the ventricles, displacing a quantity of the cerebro-spinal fluid, which passes through the foramen of Monroe, the third ventricle, the aqueduct of Silvius, the fourth ventricle; the cerebro-spinal opening in the floor of the fourth ventricle;...
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 From the Archives of the AFIP: Cerebral Intraventricular Neoplasms: Radiologic-Pathologic Correlation -- Koeller and ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
of Monro and are characterized by frequent calcification, intense
intraventricular mass near the foramen of Monro (60).
the foramen of Monro and the third ventricle.
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 Neuroembryology: Diencephalon/Telencephalon: Development of Basal Ganglia - 1
Both parts of the corpus striatum originate near the foramen of Monro.
are separate from the diencephalon (except at the foramen of Monro).
Later, when the hemispheres begin their complex bending, the medial aspects of the growing hemispheres approach the
isc.temple.edu /neuroanatomy/lab/embryo_new/dien/7   (222 words)

 Practice Quiz - Scalp, Cranial Cavity, Meninges & Brain
A sixty-four-year old man was diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma (tumor of the VIIIth cranial nerve) where it entered the temporal bone.
What other cranial nerve might also be affected since this nerve uses the same foramen as the VIIIth in its course?
Infections may spread from the nasal cavity to the meninges along the olfactory nerves, as its fibers pass from the mucosa of the nasal cavity to the olfactory bulb via the:
anatomy.med.umich.edu /nervous_system/scalp_questions.html   (786 words)

 foramen of Monro - French-English Dictionary WordReference.com
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T1 and T2WI demonstrate a small mass in the region of the left Foramen of Monro which is hyperintense on T1 and hypointense on T2.
Moderate ventricular asymmetry is present, consistent with obstructive hydrocephalus.
The lesion may obstruct the foramen of Monro acutely and could cause sudden death.
www.med.uc.edu /neurorad/webpage/cma.html   (154 words)

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