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Thalamus, Thalamic Nuclei

 

The thalamus is a component of the diencephalon buried deep within the core of the brain. Richly and reciprocally connected with cortical structures, thalamic nuclei function both to relay and modulate the transmission of information throughout the brain.

  • THALAMUS
    • interthalamic adhesion
    • ANTERIOR NUCLEAR GROUP
      • anterodorsal nucleus
      • anteromedial nucleus
      • anteroventral nucleus
    • MIDLINE NUCLEAR GROUP
      • paratenial nucleus
      • paraventricular nucleus of thalamus
      • reuniens nucleus
      • rhomboidal nucleus
      • subfascicular nucleus
    • MEDIAL DORSAL NUCLEUS
      • paralaminar part of medial dorsal nucleus
      • magnocellular part of medial dorsal nucleus
      • parvicellular part of medial dorsal nucleus
      • densocellular part of medial dorsal nucleus
    • INTRALAMINAR NUCLEAR GROUP
      • ROSTRAL INTRALAMINAR NUCLEI
        • central dorsal nucleus
        • central lateral nucleus
        • central medial nucleus
        • paracentral nucleus
      • centromedian nucleus
      • parafascicular nucleus
    • LATERAL NUCLEAR GROUP
      • lateral dorsal nucleus
      • lateral posterior nucleus
      • PULVINAR
        • oral pulvinar nucleus
        • lateral pulvinar nucleus
        • medial pulvinar nucleus
        • inferior pulvinar nucleus
    • VENTRAL NUCLEAR GROUP
      • VENTRAL ANTERIOR NUCLEUS
        • parvicellular part of ventral anterior nucleus
        • magnocellular part of ventral anterior nucleus
      • VENTRAL LATERAL NUCLEUS
        • oral part of ventral lateral nucleus
        • caudal part of ventral lateral nucleus
        • medial part of ventral lateral nucleus
        • pars postrema of ventral lateral nucleus
        • area X
      • VENTRAL POSTERIOR NUCLEUS
        • VENTRAL POSTEROLATERAL NUCLEUS
          • oral part of ventral posterolateral nucleus
          • caudal part of ventral posterolateral nucleus
        • VENTRAL POSTEROMEDIAL NUCLEUS
          • principal part of ventral posteromedial nucleus
          • parvicellular part of ventral posteromedial nucleus
        • ventral posteroinferior nucleus
    • GENICULATE BODIES
      • LATERAL GENICULATE BODY
        • dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus
        • ventral lateral geniculate
      • MEDIAL GENICULATE BODY
        • dorsal medial geniculate nucleus
        • ventral medial geniculate nucleus
        • magnocellular medial geniculate nucleus
        • capsule of medial geniculate nucleus
    • POSTERIOR NUCLEAR COMPLEX
      • limitans nucleus
      • posterior nucleus of thalamus
      • suprageniculate nucleus
      • submedial nucleus
    • thalamic reticular nucleus
    • THALAMIC FIBER TRACTS
      • external medullary lamina
      • internal medullary lamina
      • anterior thalamic peduncle
      • superior thalamic peduncle
      • inferior thalamic peduncle
      • posterior thalamic peduncle
      • mammillothalamic tract of thalamus
    • stratum zonale of thalamus










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