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medial central nucleus of thalamus

 

Definition: a small cell group in the interthalamic adhesion of the thalamus, occupying the midline region of the internal medullary lamina, between the left and the right paracentral nucleus.

Synonym(s): nucleus medialis centralis thalami

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