radiatio

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radiatio

 [ra″de-a´she-o] (L.)
radiation (def. 2).

ra·di·a·ti·o

, pl.

ra·di·a·ti·o·nes

(rā'dē-ā'shē-ō, -shē-ō'nēz),
In neuroanatomy, a term applied to any one of the thalamocortical fiber systems that together compose the corona radiata of the cerebral hemisphere's white matter (for example, optic radiation, acoustic radiation, etc.).
Synonym(s): radiation (3)
[L.]

radiatio

/ra·di·a·tio/ (ra″de-a´she-o) pl. radiatio´nes   [L.] a radiation or radiating structure.

ra·di·a·ti·o

, pl. radiationes (rā'dē-ā'shē-ō, -ō'nēz) [TA]
neuroanatomy A term applied to any one of the thalamocortical fiber systems that together comprise the corona radiata of the cerebral hemisphere's white matter (e.g., optic radiation, acoustic radiation).
Synonym(s): radiation (3) .
[L.]

radiatio

pl. radiationes [L.] a radiating structure; a collection of nerve fibers connecting different portions of the brain.

radiatio acoustica
auditory radiation of the internal capsule in the brain.