from The Century Dictionary.
- Not having a medulla: said of a certain form of nerve-fiber.
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- adjective Not
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In the medulla, the unmedullated neurones which comprise the center of the cord are passing to the outside, and the medullated to the inside, thus taking the positions they occupy in the cerebrum.
It is about an inch and a quarter long, and is composed of both medullated and unmedullated fibers -- that is of both "white" and