thalamic radiations

thalamic radiations
the four two-way radiations of thalamocortical fibers that connect the dorsal thalamus with many parts of the cerebral cortex; they form a major portion of the internal capsule and the corona radiata. See terms beginning radiatio thalami, under radiatio. Called also thalamic peduncles.

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