- Burdach column
- fasciculus cuneatus medullae spinalis.
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nucleus of Burdach column — n. cuneatus … Medical dictionary
column of Burdach — column of Bur·dach bər dək, bu̇r , .däk n FASCICULUS CUNEATUS Bur·dach bu̇r däk Karl Friedrich (1776 1847) German anatomist. Burdach was a specialist in the anatomy and physiology of the nervous system, particularly the brain and spinal cord. He… … Medical dictionary
Burdach fasciculus (column fibers tract) etc. — Bur·dach fasciculus (column, fibers, tract), etc. (b rґdahk) [Karl Friedrich Burdach, German physiologist, 1776â€“1847] see under fissure, and see fasciculus cuneatus medullae spinalis, and nucleus cuneatus … Medical dictionary
column — 1. An anatomic part or structure in the form of a pillar or cylindric funiculus. SEE ALSO: fascicle. 2. A vertical object (usually cylindrical), mass, or formation. SYN: columna [TA]. [L. columna] … Medical dictionary
Burdach — Karl F., German anatomist and physiologist, 1776–1847. See B. column, B. fasciculus, B. nucleus, B. tract … Medical dictionary
tract of Burdach — n FASCICULUS CUNEATUS K. F. Burdach see COLUMN OF BURDACH … Medical dictionary
Karl Friedrich Burdach — (1776 1847) was a German physiologist, born in Leipzig.He was graduated in medicine there in 1800; became professor of physiology in the University of Dorpat in 1811, and four years later took a similar position at the University of… … Wikipedia
fasciculus — 1. SYN: fascicle. 2. SYN: cord. 3. SYN: bundle. [L. dim. of fascis, bundle] f. anterior musculi palatopharyngei [TA] SYN: anterior fascicle of palatopharyngeus (muscle). anterior f. proprius [TA] SYN: fasciculi proprii … Medical dictionary
Nucleus — 1) In cell biology, the structure that houses the chromosomes. 2) In neuroanatomy, a group of nerve cells. * * * 1. In cytology, typically a rounded or oval mass of protoplasm within the cytoplasm of a plant or animal cell; it is surrounded by a… … Medical dictionary
Isothalamus — The isothalamus is a division used by some researchers in describing the thalamus. [Percheron, G. (2003) Thalamus . In Paxinos, G. and May, J.(eds). The human nervous system . 2d Ed. Elsevier. Amsterdam. pp.592 675] .The isothalamus constitutes… … Wikipedia