Medical Definition of Anterior spinocerebellar tract

1. A bundle of fibres originating in the base of the posterior horn and zona intermedia throughout lumbosacral segments of the spinal cord, crossing to the opposite side and ascending in a peripheral position in the ventral half of the lateral funiculus. In its ascent through the rhombencephalon, the tract curves sharply dorsalward along the rostral border of the trigeminal motor nucleus, entering the cerebellum in a caudal direction over the dorsal surface of the superior cerebellar peduncle, and terminating as mossy fibres in the granular layer of the cortex of the cerebellar vermis. The bundle conveys proprioceptive and exteroceptive information largely from the opposite lower extremity. Synonym: tractus spinocerebellaris anterior, Gowers' column, Gowers' tract, ventral spinocerebellar tract. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anterior Spinocerebellar Tract

anterior root
anterior sacrococcygeal ligament
anterior sacroiliac ligaments
anterior sacrosciatic ligament
anterior scalene muscle
anterior scleritis
anterior sclerotomy
anterior segment
anterior semicircular canals
anterior serratus muscle
anterior sinuses
anterior spinal artery
anterior spinocerebellar tract (current term)
anterior spinothalamic tract
anterior staphyloma
anterior sternoclavicular ligament
anterior superficial cervical lymph nodes
anterior superior alveolar arteries
anterior superior alveolar branches of infraorbital nerve
anterior superior dental arteries
anterior superior iliac spine
anterior superior segment
anterior superior segmental artery of kidney
anterior supraclavicular nerve
anterior surface
anterior surface of arm
anterior surface of cornea

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