habenular trigone

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ha·ben·u·lar tri·gone

[TA]
a small triangular area on the posteromedial surface of the thalamus at the caudal end of the medullary stria, corresponding to the underlying habenula.
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habenular trigone

A depressed triangular area located on the lateral aspect of the posterior portion of the third ventricle. It contains a medial and lateral habenular nucleus.
See also: trigone
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