nucleus prepositus


nucleus prepositus
[TA] prepositus nucleus: a group of nerve cells rostral to the hypoglossal nucleus and nucleus intercalatus and caudal to the abducent nucleus; it forms part of the perihypoglossal nuclei.

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  • Nucleus prepositus hypoglossi — priešakinis poliežuvinis branduolys statusas T sritis centrinė nervų sistema atitikmenys: lot. Nucleus prepositus hypoglossi ryšiai: platesnis terminas – pailgųjų smegenų pjūviai …   Paukščių anatomijos terminai

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  • Conjugate eye movement — refers to motor coordination of the eyes that allows for bilateral fixation on a single object. Several centers in the brainstem are involved. Horizontal conjugate gaze is controlled by the nuclei of CN III and CN VI, the paramedian pontine… …   Wikipedia


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