lamina terminalis of cerebral hemisphere

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The remnant of the lamina terminalis in the developed brain. [ ]

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In the developed brain, the lamina terminalis remains as the thin rostral wall of the third ventricle, stretching from the bases of the major cerebral commissures (the anterior commissure, the commissure of the fornix, and the rostrum of the corpus callosum) to the dorsal surface of the optic chiasm[MGI:anna]

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lamina terminalis