In the anatomy of the brain, the centromedian nucleus, also known as the centrum medianum, (CM or Cm-Pf) is a part of the intralaminar nucleus (ILN) of the thalamus. There are two centromedian nuclei arranged bilaterally. It contains about 2000 neurons per cubic millimetre and has a volume of about 310 cubic millimetres with 664,000 neurons in total. [WP,unvetted]. [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centromedian_nucleus ]

Synonyms: centromedian thalamic nucleus centromedian nucleus of thalamus nucleus centralis centralis centrum medianum nucleus centromedianus nucleus centralis thalami (Hassler) noyau centre median of Luys central nucleus-1 central magnocellular nucleus of thalamus nucleus centromedianus thalami nucleus centri mediani thalami nucleus centrum medianum centrum medianum thalami centromedian nucleus centre median nucleus

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abbreviation
CMn [ BIRNLEX:805 NIFSTD:NeuroNames_abbrevSource ]

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nucleus centromedianus thalami

centromedial thalamic nucleus

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UBERON:0002972