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Auditory Cortex

Lateral Lemniscus

Auditory Nerve

Ventral/Dorsal Cochlear Nucleus (brainstem, spanning the junction of the pons and medulla)

Medial Genticulate Body of Thalamus

Cochlear

Inferior Colliculus of Tectum (midbrain)

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