lateral lemniscus


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lateral lemniscus

[′lad·ə·rəl lem′nis·kəs]
(anatomy)
The secondary auditory pathway arising in the cochlear nuclei and terminating in the inferior colliculus and medial geniculate body.
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eP I and eP II of EABR wave were generated in the CN and contralateral lateral lemniscus. Numerous studies have clearly established this species as an essential model for neurophysiologic investigations in conjunction with sophisticated behavior.
Both of the above reports [31, 32] focused on the hemispheric cortex, ignoring subcortical auditory structures such as the inferior colliculus and lateral lemniscus, which also provide a coding mechanism for locating sources in space [33].
* Wave V--from lateral lemniscus / inferior colliculus

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