nucleus reticularis pontis oralis


nucleus reticularis pontis oralis
nucleus reticularis pontis rostralis [TA] oral pontine reticular nucleus: either of a symmetrical pair of medial column reticular nuclei in the central part of the pons, one on either side of the superior central nucleus. Called also superior intermediate pontine reticular n.

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