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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . rior horn ; S. C, spinal ganglion. WHITE MATTER OF THE SPINAL CORD. 1041 sections of the cord in the cervical reg-ion the hjiiy lil^res entering;- by the lowernere-roots occupy the inner part of Golls column, but are excludetl from the medianseptum, except behind, by a narrow hemielliptical area, which with its mate of theop{)osite side forms the oval field ol hlechsig. The fibres entering by the lowerthoracic nerves lie more laterally, while those entering by the upper thoracic andcerical nerves appropriate th

Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . rior horn ; S. C, spinal ganglion. WHITE MATTER OF THE SPINAL CORD. 1041 sections of the cord in the cervical reg-ion the hjiiy lil^res entering;- by the lowernere-roots occupy the inner part of Golls column, but are excludetl from the medianseptum, except behind, by a narrow hemielliptical area, which with its mate of theop{)osite side forms the oval field ol hlechsig. The fibres entering by the lowerthoracic nerves lie more laterally, while those entering by the upper thoracic andcerical nerves appropriate th Stock Photo
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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . rior horn ; S. C, spinal ganglion. WHITE MATTER OF THE SPINAL CORD. 1041 sections of the cord in the cervical reg-ion the hjiiy lil^res entering;- by the lowernere-roots occupy the inner part of Golls column, but are excludetl from the medianseptum, except behind, by a narrow hemielliptical area, which with its mate of theop{)osite side forms the oval field ol hlechsig. The fibres entering by the lowerthoracic nerves lie more laterally, while those entering by the upper thoracic andcerical nerves appropriate the adjoining part of Hurdachs tract, the lateral area ofwhich, next the posterior horn, is ()rcui)i(.d chiefly by tlic posterior root-fibres. It must be uiulerstood that while in a general way the fibres of the long ascending tractsliave the ciisposilioii just indicated, they are so intertwined and mingled with the strands passingto and from the gray matter tliat the definite outlines of their conventional area, as representedin diagrams, are wanting. Collectively the Fig. 895.. /: t.

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