The septum pellucidum consists of a pair of laminae that contribute to the curvature of the front half of the corpus callosum. These laminae are two thin plates of gray and white matter that extend on each side between the corpus callosum and another curved, flattened bundle of white muscle fibers, called the fornix.
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