Medical Definition of Flatau's law

1. A law concerning the excentric position of the long spinal tracts; the greater the distance the nerve fibres run lengthwise in the cord, the more they tend to be situated toward its periphery. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flatau's Law

Flacourtia
Flacourtia indica
Flacourtiaceae
Flag Day
Flagyl
Flaminian Way
Flaminius
Flammkuchen
Flammulina
Flammulina velutipes
Flamsteedian
Flanders
Flanders poppy
Flannery O'Connor
Flatau's law
Flatau-Schilder disease
Flathead
Flatheads
Flaubert
Flaujeac factor
Flaundrish
Flavia
Flavian
Flavian dynasty
Flavin
Flavius Josephus
Flavobacterium aquatile
Flavobacterium breve
Flavobacterium piscicida

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