Lamina tecti mesencephali



lamina tecti mesencephali lamina tec·ti mes·en·ceph·a·li (těk’tī měs’ěn-sěf’ə-lī’)
n.
The roofplate of the mesencephalon formed by the quadrigeminal bodies. Also called tectum mesencephali.

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