lamina terminalis

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lamina terminalis

[′lam·ə·nə ‚tər·mə′nāl·is]
(anatomy)
The layer of gray matter in the brain connecting the optic chiasma and the anterior commissure where the latter becomes continuous with the rostral lamina.
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