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Central tegmental tract

Name: Central tegmental tract
Description: A pathway containing fibers from midbrain nuclei that project to the inferior olivary complex, as well as fibers originating in the pontine reticular formation and the medullary reticular formation that project to several nuclei of the thalamus. It can be identified in the midbrain and the pons (Adapted from Brain Info).
Abbreviation: ctg
Is part of: midbrain tegmentum, pontine tegmentum, white matter
Super-category: Nerve tract
*Id: nlx_32981
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Parts of Central tegmental tract



  • This visualization was created by the Scalable Brain Atlas group and is based on the Rhesus Monkey - Paxinos et al. 2000

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Notes

This page uses this default form:PONS_brain_region

Contributors

Ccdbuser, Eddy kim, Memartone



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Facts about Central tegmental tractRDF feed
Abbrevctg  +
CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionA pathway containing fibers from midbrain A pathway containing fibers from midbrain nuclei that project to the inferior olivary complex, as well as fibers originating in the pontine reticular formation and the medullary reticular formation that project to several nuclei of the thalamus. It can be identified in the midbrain and the pons (Adapted from Brain Info). in and the pons (Adapted from Brain Info).
Idnlx_32981  +
Is part ofMidbrain tegmentum  +, Pontine tegmentum  +, and White matter  +
LabelCentral tegmental tract  +
ModifiedDate9 March 2012  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.PONS brain region  +
SuperCategoryNerve tract  +