Golgi's cells

Golgi's cells

Etymology: Camillo Golgi; L, cella, storeroom
1. Golgi type I neurons, nerve cells having long axons that leave the local neurophil area of the parent cell body, traverse the white matter, and project to the rest of the nervous system. 2. Golgi type II neurons, nerve cells with short trajectory axons, like stellate cells of the cerebral and cerebellar cortex. They generally do not enter white matter but remain within the local neurophil in the cerebral and cerebellar cortices and the retina.

Golgi's cells

Golgi neurons.