What Does the Thalamus Do?


The thalamus is the part of the brain that lies between the cerebral hemispheres on either side of the third ventricle. The thalamus is important in relaying of a variety of sensory information in addition to acting as a centre for pain perception.
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The thalamus is a symmetrical structure which is found within the brains of vertebrates. The thalamus has a number of functions some of which include relaying sensory and motor signals to the motor cortex, regulation of consciousness, alertness and sleep.
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