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  • adjective anatomy relating to, or connecting the spinal cord and the thalamus

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  • In earlier studies, he and colleagues showed that neurons in a special part of the spinal cord known as the spinothalamic tract become very active when itchy substances are put on the skin.

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  • Previous studies had suggested that a specific part of the spinal cord, called the spinothalamic tract, played a key role in how we perceive itchiness.

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  • In earlier studies, he and colleagues showed that neurons in a special part of the spinal cord known as the spinothalamic tract become very active when itchy substances are put on the skin.

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  • In earlier studies, he and colleagues showed that neurons in a special part of the spinal cord known as the spinothalamic tract become very active when itchy substances are put on the skin.

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  • In earlier studies, he and colleagues showed that neurons in a special part of the spinal cord known as the spinothalamic tract become very active when itchy substances are put on the skin.

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  • The other, the spinothalamic tract, detects pain and temperature.

    a tropical depression

  • —The ventral spinothalamic fasciculus, situated in the marginal part of the funiculus and intermingled more or less with the vestibulo-spinal fasciculus, is derived from cells in the posterior column or intermediate gray matter of the opposite side.

    IX. Neurology. 3. The Spinal Cord or Medulla Spinalis

  • It is situated ventral to the lateral spinothalamic fasciculus, but its fibers are more or less intermingled with it.

    IX. Neurology. 3. The Spinal Cord or Medulla Spinalis

  • The lateral and ventral spinothalamic fasciculi are sometimes termed the secondary sensory fasciculus or spinal lemniscus.

    IX. Neurology. 3. The Spinal Cord or Medulla Spinalis

  • The superficial antero-lateral fasciculus (tract of Gowers) consists of four fasciculi, the ventral spinocerebellar, the lateral spinothalamic, the spinotectal and the ventral spinothalamic.

    IX. Neurology. 3. The Spinal Cord or Medulla Spinalis

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