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  1. Caawiye Member

    Thalamus is a part of diencephalon which is situated within the cerebral

    hemispheres just below the corpus callosum.

    Hypothalamus is a part of diencephalon which is situated below and in front of the thalamus, immediately above the pituitary gland.

    Pons is a part of brain stem which is situated in front of the cerebellum, below the midbrain and above the medulla.

    Medulla oblongata is a part of brain stem which is the most interior region of the brain stem extending from the pons above, it is continuous with the spinal cord below.

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