nucleus reticularis pontis caudalis


nucleus reticularis pontis caudalis
[TA] caudal pontine reticular nucleus: a medial column reticular nucleus in the pons, located next to the nucleus reticularis tegmenti pontis and superior to the gigantocellular nucleus. Called also inferior intermediate pontine reticular n.

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