tectospinal tract
The term tectospinal tract refers to a composite structure that includes the tectospinal tract of the tectum, the tectospinal tract of the pons, the tectospinal tract of the medulla and the tectospinal tract of the spinal cord. The tectospinal fibers originate in the superior colliculus, cross in the dorsal tegmental decussation and terminate in the cervical segments of the spinal cord ( NeuroNames; Hanaway-1998 ).

Also known as: tectospinal pathwayNeuroNames ID : 2769

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