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Top level complexus anatomicus Short Extended
Level 2 substantia alba systematis nervosi centralis Short Extended
Current level fasciculus
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Short official Latin term
Short Spanish equivalent
76740 5079
83844 19860
fasciculus encephali
75799 19861
tractus intrinsicus funiculi posterioris ; fasciculus intrinsicus funiculi posterioris
haz intrínseco del cordón posterior ; fascículo intrínseco del cordón posterior
fasciculus proprius
fascículo proprio
77026 5206 part
fasciculus propriospinalis anterior ; fasciculus propriospinalis ventralis
fascículo proprioespinal anterior ; fascículo proprioespinal ventral
77029 5242 part
fasciculus propriospinalis posterior ; fasciculus propriospinalis dorsalis
haz propioespinal posterior; haz propioespinal dorsal
77027 5219 part
fasciculus propriospinalis lateralis
fascículo proprioespinal lateral
77030 5243 part
fasciculus septomarginalis
fascículo septomarginal
73944 5244 part
fasciculus interfascicularis ; fasciculus semilunaris
fascículo interfascicular ; fascículo semilunar
77028 5207 part
fasciculus sulcomarginalis
fascículo sulcomarginal
258416 5245
fasciculus gracilis
fascículo grácil
73941 5246
fasciculus cuneatus
fascículo cuneiformo
13 items
29 entities
Scientific notes
Libelle of note
Nathan and Smith described the Propriospinal fasciculi as Posterior or Dorsal, Lateral, and Anterior or Ventral Ground bundles (Nathan PW, Smith MC 1959 Fasciculi proprii of the spinal cord in man. Brain 82:610-668). The term Fasciculus septomarginalis (Septomarginal fasciculus) is used for: 1) the Oval bundle of Flechsig, present at lumbar levels; and 2) the Triangle of Philippe-Gombault, present at sacral levels (see Schoenen J, Grant G 2004 The spinal cord: Connections. In: Paxinos G, Mai JK, eds: The Human Nervous System, 2nd ed. Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp 236-265). The term Fasciculus interfascicularis is also known as the Comma tract of Schultze, present at cervical and high thoracic levels. According to Nathan and Smith (1959), the Comma tract consists of descending divisions of the cervical and upper thoracic dorsal roots. The Fasciculus cornucommissuralis is present throughout the cord, best developed at lumbar levels; situated along the medial side of the posterior grey column abutting the posterior commissure. It consists of ipsilaterally running propriospinal fibres (see Schoenen and Grant 2004).
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See note # 5242
Date: 07.06.2024