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    So... the floor of the ventricle has a median eminence which consist of facial colliculus.
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    the facial colliculus overlies the nucleus of Abducent nerve... so does that mean the facial colliculus is on top of nucleus i.e the nucleus of Abducent n. is underneath the facial colliculus?

    Vestibular area overlies vestibular nuclei ... so does that mean that the vestibular nuclei is underneath the Vestibular area??

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    So... the floor of the ventricle has a median eminence which consist of facial colliculus.
    The image below says,
    the facial colliculus overlies the nucleus of Abducent nerve... so does that mean the facial colliculus is on top of nucleus i.e the nucleus of Abducent n. is underneath the facial colliculus?

    Vestibular area overlies vestibular nuclei ... so does that mean that the vestibular nuclei is underneath the Vestibular area??

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    Yeah, it does.
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