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The corticospinal tract is a white matter motor pathway starting at the cortex that terminates on motor neurons in the neuromuscular junction, controlling ...

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Nerve fibres in the corticospinal tract originate from pyramidal cells in layer V of the cerebral cortex. Fibres arise from the ...

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Description. The corticospinal tract is a descending tract of the spinal cord which contains bundles of axons which originate in the cerebral cortex and descend to  ...

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The corticospinal tract (figure 22) represents the highest order of motor function in humans and is most directly involved in control of fine, digital movements.

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Mar 12, 2013 ... http://www.handwrittentutorials.com - The fourth instalment in the Spinal Pathways series. This video looks at the course of the corticospinal ...

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Dec 22, 2015 ... The corticospinal tract is a collection of axons that carry movement-related information from the cerebral cortex to the spinal cord. About half of ...

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The corticospinal tracts begin in the cerebral cortex, from which ... The fibres within the lateral corticospinal tract decussate ...

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a composite bundle of corticospinal fibers [TA] that descend into and through the medulla to form the lateral corticospinal tract [TA] and the anterior corticospinal ...

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The main area of termination of the corticospinal tract in rodents is the medial part of the base of the dorsal horn and the intermediate gray matter (Rexed's ...