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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . l) the ijara-median furrow, extends a second longitudinal tract, the funiculus cuneatus, whichat the lower end of the medulla receives the column of Hurdach. Slightly above thelower level of the clava, the cuneate strand also exhibits an expansion, the cuneatetubercle (tuberculiMU cincreum), that is less circumscribed, but extends farther upwardthan the median elevation. Beneath this prominence lies an elongated mass of gravmatter, the nucleus cuneatus( nucleus funiculi cuncati), around whose cells the Ionsensor

Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . l) the ijara-median furrow, extends a second longitudinal tract, the funiculus cuneatus, whichat the lower end of the medulla receives the column of Hurdach. Slightly above thelower level of the clava, the cuneate strand also exhibits an expansion, the cuneatetubercle (tuberculiMU cincreum), that is less circumscribed, but extends farther upwardthan the median elevation. Beneath this prominence lies an elongated mass of gravmatter, the nucleus cuneatus( nucleus funiculi cuncati), around whose cells the Ionsensor Stock Photo
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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . l) the ijara-median furrow, extends a second longitudinal tract, the funiculus cuneatus, whichat the lower end of the medulla receives the column of Hurdach. Slightly above thelower level of the clava, the cuneate strand also exhibits an expansion, the cuneatetubercle (tuberculiMU cincreum), that is less circumscribed, but extends farther upwardthan the median elevation. Beneath this prominence lies an elongated mass of gravmatter, the nucleus cuneatus( nucleus funiculi cuncati), around whose cells the Ionsensory fibres of Burdachs tract end. Still more laterally, between the roots of the ninth and tenth nerves and thecuneate strand, the posterior area of the medulla presents a third longitudinal elexa-tion, the funiculus of Rolando. The latter is caused by the increased bulk of the Fic;. 918. Inferior colliculus Cerebral peduncle Median fossa Median sulcus Middle cerebellar peduncle Acoustic striae Acoustic trivone Restiform body Attachment of ventricular roofObex Funiculus cuneatus. trenulum Superior trochlear nerve Cerebellar peduncleFloor of fourth ventricleFovea stiperior Eminentia teresTrigonum hypoglossiTrigonum vagi (fovea inferiox) Funiculus separansArea postrema Funiculus gracilisLateral area Medulla and floor of fourth ventricle seen from behind, after removal of cerebellum and ventricular roof. X i54- underlying substantia gelatinosa that caps the remains of the posterior horn of graymatter, and is overlaid by a superficial sheet of white matter composed of the longi-tudinal fibres of the descending root of the trigeminal nerve. While, therefore, thetubercle of Rolando is produced by the exaggeration of gray matter representedwithin the spinal cord, the gracile and cuneate nuclei are new stations in which theposterior root-fibres not interrupted at lower levels end, and from which the sensoryimpulses collected by the cord are distributed to the cerebellum and the highercen

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