ciliospinal

cil·i·o·spi·nal

(sil'ē-ō-spī'nal),
Relating to the ciliary body and the spinal cord; denoting in particular the ciliospinal center.
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cil·i·o·spi·nal

(sil'ē-ō-spī'năl)
Relating to the ciliary body and the spinal cord; denoting in particular the ciliospinal center
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Anatomically, the sympathetic fibers in the posterolateral hypothalamus pass through the lateral brain stem and to the ciliospinal center of Budge and Waller in the intermediolateral gray column of the spinal cord at C8-T1.
Clinical findings other than the classic triad can also be observed including pupillary dilation lag, loss of ciliospinal reflex, and bloodshot conjunctiva from vasodilation [5].
It descends through the reticular formation of the brainstem and travels to the ciliospinal centre of Budge between the levels of the eighth cervical and fourth thoracic vertebrae (C8-T4).