Human head and neck Lateral funiculus

Amyotrophic Lateral SclerosisAmyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
After onset of the disease, there is a typical progressive deterioration until almost all voluntary muscles are affected. Patients often die within five years due to respiratory compromise related to diaphragm and intercostal weakness. Lateral funiculus
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Vestibulospinal TractVestibulospinal Tract
Fibers from lateral vestibular nucleus travel ipsilaterally within the entire length of the cord in the anterior part of the lateral funiculus laminas VII, VIII, and IX and directly to the α and gamma motor neurons and interneurons. Lateral funiculus
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Enclosed within the vertebral column Extends from the foramen magnum to the upper border of L2Enclosed within the vertebral column Extends from the foramen magnum to the upper border of L2
Ends in a cone-shaped structure called the conus medullaris from where a fibrous extension of the pia, filum terminale, mater extends inferiorly to anchor the cord to the coccyx. Lateral funiculus
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