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The '''intralaminar nucleus''' is a nucleus of the [[thalamus]] that contains the following nuclei:
 
The '''intralaminar nucleus''' is a nucleus of the [[thalamus]] that contains the following nuclei:
   
* central lateral
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* anterior (rostral) group
* [[centromedian nucleus|centromedian]] (or "central medial")
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** central medial nucleus
* paracentral
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** paracentral nucleus
* parafascicular.
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** central lateral nucleus
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* posterior (caudal) intralaminar group
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** [[centromedian nucleus|centromedian nucleus]]
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** parafascicular nucleus
   
 
Some sources also include a "central dorsal" nucleus.
 
Some sources also include a "central dorsal" nucleus.
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Brain: Intralaminar nuclei of thalamus
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Latin nuclei intralaminares thalami
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MeSH [1]

The intralaminar nucleus is a nucleus of the thalamus that contains the following nuclei:

  • anterior (rostral) group
    • central medial nucleus
    • paracentral nucleus
    • central lateral nucleus
  • posterior (caudal) intralaminar group

Some sources also include a "central dorsal" nucleus.

It can be associated with progressive supranuclear palsy and Parkinson's disease.[1]

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  1. Henderson JM, Carpenter K, Cartwright H, Halliday GM (July 2000). Loss of thalamic intralaminar nuclei in progressive supranuclear palsy and Parkinson's disease: clinical and therapeutic implications. Brain 123 (7): 1410–21.

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