Medical Definition of Collier's tract

1. A longitudinal bundle of fibres extending from the upper border of the mesencephalon into the cervical segments of the spinal cord, located close to the midline and ventral to the central gray matter; it is composed largely of fibres from the vestibular nuclei ascending to the motor neurons innervating the external eye muscles (abducens, trochlear, and oculomotor nuclei), and descending to spinal cord segments innervating the musculature of the neck. Synonym: fasciculus longitudinalis medialis, Collier's tract, medial longitudinal bundle, posterior longitudinal bundle. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Collier's Tract

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Colleen
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Collembola
Collen
Colles' fascia
Colles' ligament
Colles' space
Colles fracture
Collet
Collet-Sicard syndrome
Collett
Collier
Collier's sign
Collier's tract
Collier's tucked lid sign
Collin
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Collins
Collins glass
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Collinses
Collinsia
Collinsia bicolor
Collinsia heterophylla
Collinsia parviflora
Collinsia verna

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