subcallosal fasciculus

(redirected from fasciculus subcallosus for superior occipitofrontal fasciculus)

sub·cal·lo·sal fas·cic·u·lus

a bundle of thin nerve fibers running longitudinally beneath the corpus callosum in the angle between the latter and the caudate nucleus; it forms a rostral continuation of the tapetum of the temporal lobe and appears to consist largely of fibers projecting from the cerebral cortex to the caudate nucleus.