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nuclei of perizonal fields

 

Definition: small groups of cells distributed along the course of, and insinuated within, pallidofugal fibers that form the lenticular fasciculus (nucleus of ventral field [TA], and nucleus campi ventralis [TA], nucleus of field H2), that arch through the prerubral field (nucleus of medial field [TA], nucleus campi medialis [TA], and nucleus of field H), and the thalamic fasciculus (nucleus of dorsal field [TA], nucleus campi dorsalis [TA], and nucleus of field H1).

Synonym(s): nuclei camporum perizonaliumTA

See Also: fields of Forel, under field

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