Medical Definition of Fibrae arcuatae externae

1. They include: 1) dorsal external arcuate fibres that arise from cells in the accessory or lateral cuneate nucleus and pass to the cerebellum; 2) ventral external arcuate fibres that arise from the arcuate nuclei at the base of the medulla oblongata and pass around the lateral surface of the medulla; both enter the cerebellum as components of the restiform portion of the inferior cerebellar peduncle. Synonym: fibrae arcuatae externae. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fibrae Arcuatae Externae

fiberized
fiberizes
fiberizing
fiberless
fiberlike
fiberoptic
fiberoptics
fiberous
fibers
fiberscope
fiberscopes
fiberwise
fibery
fibra
fibrae arcuatae cerebri
fibrae arcuatae externae (current term)
fibrae arcuatae internae
fibrae circulares
fibrae corticonucleares
fibrae corticopontinae
fibrae corticoreticulares
fibrae corticospinales
fibrae dentatorubrales
fibrae intercrurales
fibrae lentis
fibrae meridionales
fibrae obliquae gastrici
fibrae periventriculares
fibrae pontis transversae
fibrae pyramidales

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