A Reappraisal of the Ascending Systems in Man, with Emphasis by E. Marani, J.H.R. Schoen PDF

By E. Marani, J.H.R. Schoen

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The bulbar medial lemniscus is traversed by several other fiber systems. At first we encounter great numbers of olivocerebellar fibers, running in a horizontal plane in a lateromedial and, after crossing, mediolateral direction toward the restiform body (see also Voogd et al. 1990). Their presence often conceals the decussating ml2 fibers, because both are of almost the same size. Secondly, a great number of corticofugal fibers leave the dorsal margin of the pyramid and traverse the medial lemniscus either as dorsally directed, in transverse section obliquely cut bundles, or, more frequently, as small fields of pyramidal fibers running parallel to the lemniscal fibers.

Already at a low magnification they can be recognized by their smaller size in the Häggqvist-stained sections, showing a slightly deeper blue than the ml1 component. 36 The Medial Lemniscus Fig. 7 The fibrae arcuatae internae in series H5797. In this frozen Klüver section, the ia1 compartment can be exclusively followed due to its compactness; it constitutes the most caudal part of the medial lemniscus (×16) The Normal Distribution and Localization of Medial Lemniscus Fibers 37 Fig. 8 A more rostral Häggqvist section of series H5797.

Fibers of the gustatory tract have been found to be related to the contralateral medial lemniscus in man (Hoshino et al. 1999; Uesaka et al. 1999). – Lesions responsible for human brain stem cheiro-oral syndromes (opercular syndrome) are thought to involve the pontine medial lemniscus (Takezawa et al. 1990; Takamatsu and Takizawa 1991; Shintani et al. 2000). , Gilman 2002) can be debated, since most humans lacks such a clear lateral cervical nucleus as present in cats (see Truex et al. 1965).

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