anterior corticospinal tract of the medulla
Acronym: acsp
The term anterior corticospinal tract of the medulla refers to the short portion of fibers descending in the corticospinal tract that separate at the junction of brain and spinal cord to form the anterior corticospinal tract ( Carpenter-1983 ).

Also known as: ventral corticospinal tract


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