medial reticulospinal tract
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The term medial reticulospinal tract refers to a fiber bundle that originates in the oral pontine reticular nucleus and the caudal pontine reticular nucleus. It descends in the ipsilateral medial longitudinal fasciculus of the pons and the medial longitudinal fasciculus of the medulla and in the anterior white column of the spinal cord, where it terminates at all levels ( Hanaway-1998 ). It is composed of the medial reticulospinal tract of the pons, the medial reticulospinal tract of the medulla and the medial reticulospinal tract of the spinal cord.
     

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