afferent tract


afferent tract
s.
tracto aferente.

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  • Dentatothalamic tract — Brain: Dentatothalamic tract Latin tractus dentatothalamicus NeuroNames hier 525 NeuroLex ID birnlex 1104 The dentatothalamic tract (or de …   Wikipedia

  • Medial vestibulospinal tract — Brain: Medial vestibulospinal tract Vestibulospinal tract is 2c, in red at bottom center …   Wikipedia

  • Lateral corticospinal tract — labeled in red at upper left. Latin tractus corticospinalis lateralis, fasciculus cerebrospinalis lateralis …   Wikipedia

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  • Olivocerebellar tract — Brain: Olivocerebellar tract Transverse section of medulla oblongata below the middle of the olive. (Cerebello olivary fibers visible at center right.) Latin t. olivocerebellaris NeuroNames …   Wikipedia

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