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mamillothalamic fascicle

[ mə-mĭl′ō-thə-lămĭk, măm′ə-lō- ]
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n.

A thick compact bundle of nerve fibers that passes from the mamillary body on either side to the anterior nucleus of the thalamus.Vicq d'Azyr's bundle

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