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Tractus temporopontinus

tractus temporopontinus –>
temporopontine tract
A fibre group originating in the cerebral cortex of the temporal lobe, particularly the superior and middle temporal gyri, following the sublenticular limb of the internal capsule into the lateral margin of the crus cerebri in which it descends to its termination in the pontine nuclei or the ventral part of the pons.
Synonym: tractus temporopontinus, arnold’s bundle, arnold’s tract.


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