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Spinothalamic tract

Name: Spinothalamic tract
Description: A tract that originates from neurons in the spinal central gray and projects to various somatosensory nuclei of the thalamus. It is formed in the medulla by merger of the anterior spinothalamic tract and lateral spinothalamic tract (adapted from Braininfo.org)
Is part of: White matter
Super-category: Nerve tract
*Id: nlx_41221
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CurationStatusuncurated  +
DefinitionA tract that originates from neurons in th A tract that originates from neurons in the spinal central gray and projects to various somatosensory nuclei of the thalamus. It is formed in the medulla by merger of the anterior spinothalamic tract and lateral spinothalamic tract (adapted from Braininfo.org) halamic tract (adapted from Braininfo.org)
Idnlx_41221  +
Is part ofWhite matter  +
LabelSpinothalamic tract  +
ModifiedDate12 October 2010  +
SuperCategoryNerve tract  +