Sensory decussation

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Brain: Sensory decussation
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The sensory tract.
Latin decussatio lemnisci medialis
Gray's subject #187 777
NeuroNames hier-785
Dorlands/Elsevier d_04/12282248


Overview

The decussation of the sensory fibers of the fasciculus gracilis and fasciculus cuneatus is situated above that of the motor fibers, and is named the decussation of the lemniscus or sensory decussation.

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