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|Brain: Anterior proper fasciculus|
|Diagram of the principal fasciculi of the spinal cord. (Lateral proper fasciculus is visible at center bottom.)|
|Latin||fasciculus anterior proprius|
|Gray's||subject #187 760|
|Part of||Spinal cord|
The remaining fibers of the anterior funiculus constitute what is termed the anterior proper fasciculus (anterior basis bundle).
It consists of
- (a) longitudinal intersegmental fibers which arise from cells in the gray substance, more especially from those of the medial group of the anterior column, and, after a longer or shorter course, reënter the gray substance;
- (b) fibers which cross in the anterior white commissure from the gray substance of the opposite side.
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