Cerebral crus

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Brain: Cerebral crus
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Section through superior colliculus showing path of oculomotor nerve.
Latin crus cerebri
Gray's subject #188 800
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The cerebral crus is the anterior portion of the cerebral peduncle which contains the motor tracts.

In some older texts, it is used as a synonym for the entire cerebral peduncle, not just the anterior portion of it.

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