interthalamic adhesion

(redirected from commissura cinerea)

in·ter·tha·lam·ic ad·he·sion

[TA]
variable connection between the two thalamic masses across the third ventricle; absent in about 20% of human brains.

interthalamic adhesion

the joining of the two thalami in the center of the third ventricle. Called also thalamic intermediate mass.