Medullary laminae of thalamus

Medullary laminae of thalamus are layers of myelinated fibres that appear on cross sections of the thalamus. They also are commonly referred to as laminae medullares thalami or medullary layers of thalamus. The specific layers are:[1]

Medullary laminae of thalamus
Thalamic nuclei
Latinlamina medullaris lateralis thalami, lamina medullaris medialis thalami
NeuroNames234, 235
Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy
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