Definition of Fasciculus. Meaning of Fasciculus. Synonyms of Fasciculus

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Definition of Fasciculus

Fasciculus
Fasciculus Fas*cic"u*lus, n.; pl. Fasciculi. [L. See Fascicle.] 1. A little bundle; a fascicle. 2. A division of a book.

Meaning of Fasciculus from wikipedia

- fibers through the two dorsal columns – the gracile fasciculus, or gracile tract, and the cuneate fasciculus, or cuneate tract. The first-order axons make contact...
- Fasciculus ves**** is an extinct species of stem-group ctenop****s, known from the Burgess Shale of British Columbia, Canada. It is dated to 515 to 505...
- The occipitofrontal fasciculus, also known as the fronto-occipital fasciculus, p****es backward from the frontal lobe, along the lateral border of the...
- temporal cortex and inferior frontal lobe. Fasciculus arcuatus is latin for curved bundle. The arcuate fasciculus is a white matter tract that runs parallel...
- conscient proprioception from the gracilis and cuneatus fasciculus of the spinal cord. This fasciculus receive the axons of the first order neuron which is...
- dorsal spinocerebellar tract (posterior spinocerebellar tract, Flechsig's fasciculus, Flechsig's tract) conveys proprioceptive information from proprioceptors...
- Fasciculus lateralis may refer to: Lateral cord (fasciculus lateralis plexus brachialis) Lateral proper fasciculus (fasciculus lateralis proprius) Lateral...
- correlates with uncinate fasciculus microstructure. This relates to early work showing that surgical damage to the uncinate fasciculus is reliably ****ociated...
- the zona incerta. The thalamic fasciculus consists of fibers from the ansa lenticularis and from the lenticular fasciculus, coming from different portions...
- The subthalamic fasciculus is a bi-directional neural tract that connects the subthalamic nucleus and the globus pallidus. DeJong, Russell N.; Campbell...