Medical Definition of Pars basilaris pontis

1. The large ventral part of the pons occupied by the nuclei pontis, traversed longitudinally by corticopontine, corticobulbar, and corticospinal fibres, and transversely by pontocerebellar fibres. Pontocerebellar fibres converging laterally form the middle cerebellar peduncle or brachium pontis. Synonym: pars ventralis pontis, anterior part of pons, basilar part of pons, pars basilaris pontis. (05 Mar 2000)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Pars Basilaris Pontis

pars alaris musculi nasalis
pars alveolaris mandibulae
pars amorpha
pars anterior commissurae anterioris cerebri
pars anterior commissurae rostralis
pars anterior faciei diaphragmatis hepatis
pars ascendens aortae
pars ascendens duodeni
pars atlantica
pars autonomica
pars basalis arteriae pulmonalis
pars basilaris ossis occipitalis
pars basilaris pontis (current term)
pars buccopharyngea musculi constrictoris pharyngei superioris
pars cardiaca gastris
pars cardiaca ventriculi
pars cartilaginea septi nasi
pars cartilaginea tubae auditivae
pars cartilaginosa systematis skeletalis
pars cavernosa
pars cavernosa arteriae carotidis internae
pars ceca retinae
pars centralis
pars centralis ventriculi lateralis
pars ceratopharyngea musculi constrictoris pharyngis medii
pars cerebralis arteriae carotidis internae
pars cervicalis arteriae carotidis internae

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