Medical Definition of Tuberoinfundibular tract

1. A system of fine, unmyelinated fibres apparently originating from small-celled nuclei of the tuber cinereum, especially the arcuate nucleus, and terminating in the median eminence of the infundibulum, in contact with modified ependymal cells and the capillary tufts from which the hypothalamohypophysial portal veins originate. See: hypophysis, neurosecretion. Synonym: tractus tuberoinfundibularis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tuberoinfundibular Tract

tuberculum superius
tuberculum supraglenoidale
tuberculum supratragicum
tuberculum syphiliticum
tuberculum thyroideum inferius
tuberculum thyroideum superius
tuberculums
tuberiferous
tuberin
tuberins
tuberless
tuberlike
tuberoid
tuberoids
tuberoinfundibular
tuberoinfundibular tract (current term)
tuberon
tuberose
tuberoses
tuberositas
tuberositas coracoidea
tuberositas costalis
tuberositas deltoidea
tuberositas glutea
tuberositas iliaca
tuberositas musculi serrati anterioris
tuberositas ossis cuboidei
tuberositas ossis metatarsalis primi
tuberositas ossis metatarsalis quinti

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