subthalamus

That part of the diencephalon that lies wedged between the thalamus on the dorsal side and the cerebral peduncle ventrally, lateral to the dorsal half of the hypothalamus from which it cannot be sharply delineated. It is composed of the subthalamic nucleus (corpus luysi), the zona incerta, and the fields of Forel; laterally it expands in a winglike...
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subthalamus

noun the ventral part of the thalamus
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subthalamus

(sәb-thal┬┤ә-mәs) a transitional region of the diencephalon found between the (dorsal) thalamus, the hypothalamus, and the tegmentum of the mesencephalon. Called also ventral thalamus.
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subthalamus

(from the article `nervous system, human`) The subthalamus is represented mainly by the subthalamic nucleus, a lens-shaped structure lying behind and to the sides of the hypothalamus and on ...
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subthalamus

Type: Term Pronunciation: sŭb-thal′ă-mŭs Definitions: 1. That part of the diencephalon that lies wedged between the thalamus on the posterior side and the cerebral peduncle anteriorly, lateral to the posterior half of the hypothalamus from which it cannot be sharply delineated. It is composed of the subthalamic nucleus (corpus ...
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Subthalamus

The subthalamus or Prethalamus is a part of the diencephalon. Its major part is the subthalamic nucleus. The subthalamus connects to the globus pallidus, part of the telencephalon. ==Anatomy== During development the subthalamus is continuous with the hypothalamus, but is separated by white matter fibres mainly from the internal capsule. Caudally, ...
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