Medical Definition of Lamina of septum pellucidum

1. One of the two thin layers of the transparent septum, which extend from the corpus callosum to the fornix; often separated from each other by a space, the cavity of septum pellucidum. Synonym: lamina septi pellucidi. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lamina Of Septum Pellucidum

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lamina medialis cartilaginis tubae auditivae
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lamina medullaris lateralis corporis striati
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lamina of cricoid cartilage
lamina of lens
lamina of mesencephalic tectum
lamina of septum pellucidum (current term)
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lamina of vertebral arch
lamina orbitalis ossis ethmoidalis
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lamina parietalis
lamina parietalis pericardii
lamina perpendicularis
lamina perpendicularis ossis ethmoidalis
lamina perpendicularis ossis palatini
lamina pretrachealis
lamina prevertebralis

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