ventral thalamic peduncle

(redirected from pedunculus thalami ventralis)

ven·tral tha·lam·ic pe·dun·cle

the massive system of fiber bundles emerging through the lateral and anterior borders of the thalamus to join the internal capsule and parts of the corona radiata; it contains the fibers reciprocally connecting the ventral thalamic nuclei with the precentral and postcentral gyri of the cerebral cortex.

ven·tral tha·lam·ic pe·dun·cle

(ven'trăl thă-lam'ik pĕ-dŭngk'ĕl)
The massive system of fiber bundles emerging through the ventral, lateral, and anterior borders of the thalamus to join the internal capsule and parts of the corona radiata; contains the fibers reciprocally connecting the ventral thalamic nuclei with the precentral and postcentral gyri of the cerebral cortex.