- Most childhood brain tumors arise below the tentorium , which is the reverse of the adult
- On this slice two venous structures related to the tentorium cerebelli are seen to be filled with contrast
- Swelling of the left cerebral hemisphere has produced a shift with herniation of the uncus of the hippocampus through the tentorium , leading to the groove seen at the white arrow
- (anatomy) a fold of dura mater that covers the cerebellum and supports the occipital lobes of the cerebrum
The tentorium (plural tentoria) is a term used to refer to the framework of internal supports within an arthropod head. The tentorium is formed by ingrowths of the exoskeleton, called apophyses, which fuse in various ways to provide rigid support for the muscles of the head.