Subthalamic
Subthalamic Sub`tha*lam"ic, a. (Anat.) Situated under the optic thalamus. [1913 Webster]

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  • subthalamic — “+ adjective Etymology: sub + thalamic 1. : situated below the thalamus 2. [New Latin subthalamus + English ic] : of or relating to the subthalamus a subthalamic nucleus …   Useful english dictionary

  • subthalamic — adj. * * * …   Universalium

  • subthalamic — adjective Of or pertaining to the subthalamus …   Wiktionary

  • subthalamic — Related to the subthalamus region or to the s. nucleus. * * * sub·tha·lam·ic .səb thə lam ik adj of or relating to the subthalamus * * * sub·tha·lam·ic (sub″thə lamґik) inferior to the thalamus. 2. pertaining to the subthalamus …   Medical dictionary

  • subthalamic — sub·thalamic …   English syllables

  • subthalamic nucleus — n an oval mass of gray matter that is located in the caudal part of the subthalamus along the medial part of the internal capsule, receives fibers from the lateral part of the globus pallidus, sends fibers through the internal capsule to the… …   Medical dictionary

  • Subthalamic nucleus — Brain: Subthalamic nucleus Coronal slices of human brain showing the basal ganglia, subthalamic nucleus (STN) and substantia nigra (SN) …   Wikipedia

  • Subthalamic fasciculus — Infobox Brain Name = PAGENAME Latin = GraySubject = GrayPage = Caption = DA loops in Parkinson s disease (Subthalamic fasciculus visible but not labeled.) Caption2 = IsPartOf = Components = Artery = Vein = BrainInfoType = ancil BrainInfoNumber =… …   Wikipedia

  • subthalamic tegmentum — the portion of the tegmentum of the cerebral peduncle extending beneath the thalamus …   Medical dictionary

  • subthalamic nucleus — a collection of grey matter, shaped like a biconvex lens, lying beneath the thalamus and close to the corpus striatum, to which it is connected by nerve tracts. It has connections with the cerebral cortex and several other nuclei nearby.… …   The new mediacal dictionary

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