temporopontine


temporopontine
Referring to the projection fibers from the temporal lobe of the cerebral cortex to the basilar part of the pons.

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  • Temporopontine fibers — Infobox Brain Name = PAGENAME Latin = fibrae temporopontinae GraySubject = 188 GrayPage = 802 Caption = Coronal section through mid brain. 1. Corpora quadrigemina. 2. Cerebral aqueduct. 3. Central gray stratum. 4. Interpeduncular space. 5. Sulcus …   Wikipedia

  • temporopontine fibers — fibrae temporopontinae …   Medical dictionary

  • temporopontine tract — see fibrae parietotemporopontinae and fibrae temporopontinae, under fibra …   Medical dictionary

  • tract — An elongated area, e.g., path, track, way. SEE ALSO: fascicle. SYN: tractus. [L. tractus, a drawing out] alimentary t. SYN: digestive t.. anterior corticospinal t. uncrossed fibers forming a small bundle in the anterior funiculus of the …   Medical dictionary

  • Corticopontine fibers — Brain: Corticopontine fibers Coronal section through mid brain. 1. Corpora quadrigemina. 2. Cerebral aqueduct. 3. Central gray stratum. 4. Interpeduncular space. 5. Sulcus lateralis. 6. Substantia nigra. 7. Red nucleus of …   Wikipedia

  • Medial longitudinal fasciculus — Brain: Medial longitudinal fasciculus Transverse section of mid brain at level of inferior colliculi. (Medial longitudinal fasciculus labeled at center right.) …   Wikipedia

  • Cerebrospinal fibers — Brain: Cerebrospinal fibers Coronal section through mid brain. 1. Corpora quadrigemina. 2. Cerebral aqueduct. 3. Central gray stratum. 4. Interpeduncular space. 5. Sulcus lateralis. 6. Substantia nigra. 7. Red nucleus of …   Wikipedia

  • Substantia nigra — Brain: Substantia nigra Section through superior colliculus showing Substantia nigra …   Wikipedia

  • Ventricular system — Brain: Cerebral ventricles Scheme showing relations of the ventricles to the surface of the brain …   Wikipedia

  • Cerebral peduncle — Brain: Cerebral peduncle Superficial dissection of brain stem. Ventral view. ( Cerebral peduncle visible in red at center right.) …   Wikipedia


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