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Reticular lamina

Reticular lamina

A major component of the basement membrane, as seen by light microscopy; it consists largely of reticular fibres and ground substances. The reticular fibers are type III collagen belongs to the connective tissue

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Bondok's Classification of the Thalamic Nuclei

... thalamic nuclei according to their relation to the internal medullary lamina into 5 groups: anterior, medial (centromedian), lateral, intralaminar and reticular nuclei. The lateral nucleus is further divided into ventral and dorsal groups. The ...

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Sat Sep 13, 2008 4:57 pm
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Topic: Bondok's Classification of the Thalamic Nuclei
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