|Brain: Lateral apertures|
|Latin||apertura lateralis ventriculi quarti|
|Gray's||subject #187 798|
The two lateral apertures (or foramina of Luschka), along with the median aperture, comprise the three openings in the roof of the fourth ventricle. They are found at the extremities of the lateral recesses.
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