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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . sray matter that collectively constitutes the reception-nucleus of the cochlear division ofthe auditory nerve. This j^anglion is subdivided into a superior and an inferior portion, thesebein^ the dorsa/ corh/tar iiiu/ius and the ventral lOihltar nin/tus resiK-ctively. They bothreceive the fibres of the cochlear or lateral division of the auditory nerve. The ventral cochkarnucleus is the startin.n point of a tract of transverse fibres, that pass horizontally inward, manytraversing the fillet and crossing the raphe

Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . sray matter that collectively constitutes the reception-nucleus of the cochlear division ofthe auditory nerve. This j^anglion is subdivided into a superior and an inferior portion, thesebein^ the dorsa/ corh/tar iiiu/ius and the ventral lOihltar nin/tus resiK-ctively. They bothreceive the fibres of the cochlear or lateral division of the auditory nerve. The ventral cochkarnucleus is the startin.n point of a tract of transverse fibres, that pass horizontally inward, manytraversing the fillet and crossing the raphe Stock Photo
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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . sray matter that collectively constitutes the reception-nucleus of the cochlear division ofthe auditory nerve. This j^anglion is subdivided into a superior and an inferior portion, thesebein^ the dorsa/ corh/tar iiiu/ius and the ventral lOihltar nin/tus resiK-ctively. They bothreceive the fibres of the cochlear or lateral division of the auditory nerve. The ventral cochkarnucleus is the startin.n point of a tract of transverse fibres, that pass horizontally inward, manytraversing the fillet and crossing the raphe, and intermingle with those from the ()ii|)ositeside. They thus form a broad strand, the lorpiis (rapczoidts, that within the pons occupiesthe lower limit of the tegmental region, which it separates from the ventral. In Fig. 932 Fig. 932. Mesial vesiil>iil, irntsciml- Gr.iy sulistaiice nucleus Deitersnucleus Sulistanti.i ing root of floor .Nucleus of Post, lonif. / A ./ — - >;elatinosa ofVIlI ofventricle facial fasciculus —<^ /. Nestilnilar nerveRestiforni ISi^- /. -/ /

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