stria terminalis

noun
stria ter·mi·na·lis | \-ˌtər-mə-ˈnā-ləs \

Medical Definition of stria terminalis 

: a bundle of nerve fibers that passes from the amygdala along the demarcation between the thalamus and caudate nucleus mostly to the anterior part of the hypothalamus with a few fibers crossing the anterior commissure to the amygdala on the opposite side

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