|Transverse section of human tibial nerve.|
|Gray's||subject #183 728|
A small bundle of fibers, enclosed by the perineurium, is called a funiculus; if the nerve is of small size, it may consist only of a single funiculus; but if large, the funiculi are collected together into larger bundles or nerve fascicles, which are bound together in a common membranous investment.
- Organology at UC Davis nervous/pns/nerve1/nerve3 - "PNS, nerve (LM, Low)"
- Diagram at kctcs.edu
- Histology at neurobio.ucla.edu
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