Rostral spinocerebellar tract

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Brain: Rostral spinocerebellar tract
NeuroLex ID nlx_69382

The rostral spinocerebellar tract is a tract which transmits information from the golgi tendon organs of the cranial half of the body to the cerebellum.[1] It terminates bilaterally in the anterior lobe of the cerebellum after travelling ipsilaterally from its origin in the cervical portion of the spinal cord.[2][3] It reaches the cerebellum partly through the brachium conjunctivum and partly through the restiform body.[3]

Further reading[edit]

  • OSCARSSON, O.; UDDENBERG, N. (1 May 1965). "Properties of Afferent Connections to the Rostral Spinocerebellar Tract in the Cat". Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 64 (1-2): 143–153. doi:10.1111/j.1748-1716.1965.tb04163.x. 

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