basal nucleus of the amygdala (Amaral)
The term basal nucleus of the amygdala (Amaral) refers to one of two subdivisions of the basal nucleus of the amygdala based on cytoarchitecture. The other is the paralaminar nucleus of the amygdala ( Amaral-1992 ).

Also known as: intermediate principal nucleusNeuroNames ID : 2032

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