Medical Definition of Waldeyer's tract

1. A longitudinal bundle of thin, unmyelinated and poorly myelinated fibres capping the apex of the posterior horn of the spinal gray matter, composed of posterior root fibres and short association fibres that interconnect neighboring segments of the posterior horn. Synonym: fasciculus dorsolateralis, tractus dorsolateralis, dorsolateral tract, fasciculus marginalis, Lissauer's bundle, Lissauer's column, Lissauer's fasciculus, Lissauer's marginal zone, Lissauer's tract, marginal fasciculus, Spitzka's marginal tract, Spitzka's marginal zone, Waldeyer's tract, Waldeyer's zonal layer. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Waldeyer's Tract

Waldense
Waldenses
Waldensian
Waldensians
Waldenstrom
Waldenstrom's macroglobulinaemia
Waldenstrom's purpura
Waldenstrom's syndrome
Waldenstrom's test
Waldeyer
Waldeyer's fossae
Waldeyer's glands
Waldeyer's sheath
Waldeyer's space
Waldeyer's throat ring
Waldeyer's tract
Waldeyer's zonal layer
Waldheim
Waldo
Waldorf
Waldorf salad
Waldorf salads
Waldorfs
Wales
Walesa
Walhalla
Walian
Walker
Walker's chart
Walker Percy

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