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Lemniscus (anatomy)

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Lemniscus (anatomy)

NeuroLex ID Lemniscus
Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy

A lemniscus (Greek for ribbon or band[1]) is an anatomic term. It can refer to:

lemniscus : is a bundle of secondary sensory fibers within the brain stem which terminates in specific relay nuclei of the diencephalon


  1. ^ "Lemniscus" at Dorland's Medical Dictionary

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