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The stria terminalis, also known as the terminal stria, is a fascicle of nerve fibers that runs across the lateral wall of the lateral intra-ventricular surface in a groove formed by the head of the caudate superiorly and the thalamus inferiorly. The stria terminalis overlies the superior thalamostriate vein 1.