Medical Definition of Fasciculus mamillothalamicus

1. A compact, thick bundle of nerve fibres that passes dorsalward from the mamillary body on either side to terminate in the anterior nucleus of the thalamus. Synonym: fasciculus mamillothalamicus, fasciculus thalamomamillaris, mamillothalamic tract, Vicq d'Azyr's bundle. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fasciculus Mamillothalamicus

fasciculus circumolivaris pyramidis
fasciculus corticospinalis anterior
fasciculus corticospinalis lateralis
fasciculus cuneatus
fasciculus dorsolateralis
fasciculus gracilis
fasciculus lateralis plexus brachialis
fasciculus lateralis proprius
fasciculus lenticularis
fasciculus longitudinalis dorsalis
fasciculus longitudinalis inferior
fasciculus longitudinalis medialis
fasciculus longitudinalis superior
fasciculus macularis
fasciculus mamillotegmentalis
fasciculus mamillothalamicus (current term)
fasciculus marginalis
fasciculus medialis plexus brachialis
fasciculus obliquus pontis
fasciculus occipitofrontalis
fasciculus pedunculomamillaris
fasciculus posterior plexus brachialis
fasciculus pyramidalis anterior
fasciculus pyramidalis lateralis
fasciculus retroflexus
fasciculus rotundus
fasciculus semilunaris
fasciculus septomarginalis
fasciculus solitarius
fasciculus subcallosus

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