Lectures on localization in diseases of the brain, delivered at the Faculté de médecine, Paris, 1875 . Fig. i8.—Scheme illustrative of the different orders of peduncular fibres.—Huguenin. ments, and to that unequal distribution is due the differencein color of the three segments of the lenticular ganglion. 68 DISEASES OF THE BRAIN. There is no question as to whether the fibres from the footof the peduncle go to the thalami optici; the thalami opticireceive no other fascicuH from the cerebral peduncles exceptthose from the tegmentum. To the fasciculi which go from the foot of the peduncle to

Lectures on localization in diseases of the brain, delivered at the Faculté de médecine, Paris, 1875 . Fig. i8.—Scheme illustrative of the different orders of peduncular fibres.—Huguenin. ments, and to that unequal distribution is due the differencein color of the three segments of the lenticular ganglion. 68 DISEASES OF THE BRAIN. There is no question as to whether the fibres from the footof the peduncle go to the thalami optici; the thalami opticireceive no other fascicuH from the cerebral peduncles exceptthose from the tegmentum. To the fasciculi which go from the foot of the peduncle to Stock Photo
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Lectures on localization in diseases of the brain, delivered at the Faculté de médecine, Paris, 1875 . Fig. i8.—Scheme illustrative of the different orders of peduncular fibres.—Huguenin. ments, and to that unequal distribution is due the differencein color of the three segments of the lenticular ganglion. 68 DISEASES OF THE BRAIN. There is no question as to whether the fibres from the footof the peduncle go to the thalami optici; the thalami opticireceive no other fascicuH from the cerebral peduncles exceptthose from the tegmentum. To the fasciculi which go from the foot of the peduncle to Ekers from Ike 2 int. Segnents of lent.nucIeilSiCaudated Tiudeus, j External portion of sptic thalamus^lilt .porU on of optic thdantai Tibers £-om fliatapetum.. <l) g d lis 1 y) ra . in * (u -^ L, iH nj fT] a^a % t*-< rr- o O^ f / o, --S / m £ . 6ptic nerveiL. optic ginglion Basilar pdrlionOf caudated nucleus. ^Anterior comrnlssureV/Lenticular nucleus. VThree layers of unnamed sutstdnce.Fig. ig.—Section of lenticular ganglion and its surroundings.—{, Meynert.) the gray central ganglia are added, in the superior part ofthe internal capsule, fasciculi which originate in the grayganglia, and go towards forming the diverging fibres thatrun to the gray layer of the cortex. These fasciculi bear thename of radiating fasciculi {StabkranzbUndet). There can bedistinguished, 1st, the diverging fasciculi of the corpora stri-ata ; 2d, the radiating fasciculi of the thalami optici; 3d, theradiating fasciculi issuing from the lenticular ganglion, which?come principally from the superior border of the second andthird segments. CIRCULATION IN THE CENTRAL MASSES. 69 It follows from this exhibit that four orders of fasciculi enterinto the compositi

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