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Lateral funiculus; Details; Identifiers; Latin: funiculus lateralis medullae spinalis: TA: A14.1.02.215: FMA: 74000: Anatomical terminology

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funiculus [fu-nik´u-lus] (pl. funic´uli) (L.) cord: anatomical nomenclature for a cordlike structure or part, especially one of the large bundle of nerve tracts ...

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Anterior funiculus; Details; Latin: funiculus anterior medullae spinalis: ... and a lateral funiculus, between the exit of these roots and the postero-lateral sulcus. ...

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lateral funiculus n. The lateral white column of the spinal cord between the points of exit and entry of the anterior and posterior nerve roots.

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The spinal cord up to C1 showed marked Wallerian degeneration of the peripheral white matter from the median fissure, which extended along the ventral funiculus up to ...

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funiculus [fə′nik·yə·ləs] (anatomy) Also known as funicle. Any structure in the form of a chord. A column of white matter in the spinal cord.

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3-3. Lateral Funiculus. The lateral and ventrolateral funiculi contain many tracts as you know from a previous card and from lecture.

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Funiculus | Definition of Funiculus by Merriam-Webster

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Define funiculus: a bodily structure ... one of the longitudinal subdivisions of white matter in each lateral half of the spinal cord—see anterior funiculus ...