fasciculus(redirected from medial longitudinal fasciculus)
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Related to medial longitudinal fasciculus: Medial lemniscus, central tegmental tract, Tectospinal tract
A bundle or tract of nerve, muscle, or tendon fibers isolated by a sheath of connective tissues and having common origins, innervation, and functions.
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