amiculum

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amiculum

 [ah-mik´u-lum] (pl. ami´cula) (L.)
a dense surrounding coat of white fibers, as the sheath of the inferior olive and of the dentate nucleus.
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amiculum

An obsolete term that formerly dignified a layer of fibres entering the lateral aspect of the inferior dentate nucleus.
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For the tumor's ectogenous growth tumor and complete amicula, away from the pancreatic duct and important pancreatic blood vessels, enucleation was carried out in 10 cases.