anterior corticospinal tract

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an·te·ri·or cor·ti·co·spi·nal tract

uncrossed fibers forming a small bundle in the anterior funiculus of the spinal cord. See: pyramidal tract.
See also: corticospinal tract.
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The medulla extends from the spinal cord at the level of the foremen magnum and is located just below the pons and fourth ventricle (Fig 6).[12] The anterior section contains the descending pyramidal tract which contains the lateral and anterior corticospinal tracts. These tracts decussate (except for the anterior tract) in the lower medulla before entering the spinal cord.

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