Lemniscus (anatomy)

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NeuroLex ID birnlex_881
TA A14.1.00.014
FMA 76742
Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy
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A lemniscus (Greek for ribbon or band[1]) is a bundle of secondary sensory fibres in the brainstem. The medial lemniscus and lateral lemniscus terminate in specific relay nuclei of the diencephalon. The trigeminal lemniscus is sometimes considered as the cephalic part of the medial lemniscus.


External links

  • Trigeminal lemniscus from Online medical Dictionary

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