medullary striae of fourth ventricle

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med·ul·lar·y stri·ae of fourth ven·tri·cle

[TA]
slender fascicles of fibers extending transversely below the ependymal floor of the ventricle from the median sulcus to enter the inferior cerebellar peduncle. They arise from the arcuate nuclei on the ventral surface of the medullary pyramid.
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med·ul·lar·y striae of fourth ven·tri·cle

(med'ŭ-lar'ē strī'ē fōrth ven'tri-kĕl) [TA]
Slender fascicles of fibers extending transversely below the ependymal floor of the ventricle from the median sulcus to enter the inferior cerebellar peduncle. They arise from the arcuate nuclei on the ventral surface of the medullary pyramid.
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Bergmann,

Gottlieb H., German neurologist and anatomist, 1781-1861.
Bergmann cords - Synonym(s): medullary striae of fourth ventricle
Bergmann fibers - filamentous glia fibers traversing the cerebellar cortex perpendicular to the surface.
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