Exner plexus

Ex·ner plex·us

(eks'nĕr),
a plexus formed by tangential nerve fibers in the superficial plexiform or molecular layer of the cerebral cortex.

Exner plexus

A plexus of nerve fibers forming a layer near the surface of the cerebral cortex.

Exner,

Siegmund, Austrian physiologist, 1846-1926.
Call-Exner bodies - see under Call
Exner plexus - a plexus formed by tangential nerve fibers in the superficial plexiform or molecular layer of the cerebral cortex.