posteromedial central arteries

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pos·ter·o·me·di·al cen·tral ar·ter·ies

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the interpeduncular perforating branches, several small branches from the precommunical part (P1 segment) of the posterior cerebral artery and the posterior communicating artery supplying the posterior medial part of the midbrain.
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The medial part of the thalamus is usually supplied by the paramedian arteries the thalamo striate perforators, which arises from proximal portions of Posterior cerebral arteries.
The thalamus is supplied by paramedian arteries which can arise as a pair from each posterior cerebral artery.