pretectum

Pretectum vs Subthalamus - What's the difference?

pretectum | subthalamus |


In anatomy|lang=en terms the difference between pretectum and subthalamus

is that pretectum is (anatomy) a region of neurons between the thalamus and the midbrain while subthalamus is (anatomy) part of the diencephalon beneath the thalamus.

As nouns the difference between pretectum and subthalamus

is that pretectum is (anatomy) a region of neurons between the thalamus and the midbrain while subthalamus is (anatomy) part of the diencephalon beneath the thalamus.

Midbrain vs Pretectum - What's the difference?

midbrain | pretectum |


As nouns the difference between midbrain and pretectum

is that midbrain is (neuroanatomy) a part of the brain located rostral to the pons and caudal to the thalamus and the basal ganglia, composed of the tectum (dorsal portion) and the tegmentum (ventral portion) while pretectum is (anatomy) a region of neurons between the thalamus and the midbrain.

Thalamus vs Pretectum - What's the difference?

thalamus | pretectum |


As nouns the difference between thalamus and pretectum

is that thalamus is thalamus while pretectum is (anatomy) a region of neurons between the thalamus and the midbrain.

Neuron vs Pretectum - What's the difference?

neuron | pretectum |


As a proper noun neuron

is title of a peer reviewed journal established in 1988 by publisher cell press.

As a noun pretectum is

(anatomy) a region of neurons between the thalamus and the midbrain.

Pretectum vs Pretectal - What's the difference?

pretectum | pretectal |


As a noun pretectum

is (anatomy) a region of neurons between the thalamus and the midbrain.

As an adjective pretectal is

of or pertaining to the pretectum.

Pretectum vs Diencephalon - What's the difference?

pretectum | diencephalon |


As nouns the difference between pretectum and diencephalon

is that pretectum is (anatomy) a region of neurons between the thalamus and the midbrain while diencephalon is (neuroanatomy) the region of the human brain, specifically the human forebrain, that includes the thalamus, the hypothalamus, the epithalamus, the prethalamus or subthalamus, and the pretectum.