Inferior thalamostriate vein



inferior thalamostriate vein inferior thal·a·mo·stri·ate vein (thāl’ə-mō-strī’āt’)
n.
Any of the tributaries to the basal vein that drain the thalamus and striate body and exit through the anterior perforated substance.

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