Posterolateral sulcus of spinal cord
|Posterolateral sulcus of spinal cord|
Spinal cord (Dorsolateral sulcus is "s3")
|Latin||sulcus posterolateralis medullae spinalis|
On either side of the posterior median sulcus, and at a short distance from it, the posterior nerve roots are attached along a vertical furrow named the posterolateral sulcus. The portion of the medulla spinalis which lies between this and the posterior median sulcus is named the posterior funiculus.
- Atlas image: n3a2p3 at the University of Michigan Health System
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