hypothalamus

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Etymology[edit]

hypo- +‎ thalamus

Noun[edit]

hypothalamus (plural hypothalami)

  1. (anatomy) A region of the forebrain located below the thalamus, forming the basal portion of the diencephalon, and functioning to regulate body temperature, some metabolic processes and governing the autonomic nervous system.

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Noun[edit]

hypothalamus m

  1. (anatomy) hypothalamus

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Noun[edit]

hypothalamus m (plural hypothalamus)

  1. (anatomy) hypothalamus

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