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In case H5631 the caudal part of the gracile nucleus contains heavy Nauta degeneration, which is confirmed in case H5800, where a transverse lesion of T7 distinguishes sparse Häggqvist degeneration in the rostral part of the gracile nucleus (Fig. 3). 1 Spinocerebellar Tracts, Precerebellar Nuclei and the Composition of Restiform Body We maintain in this paper that the traditional distinction of dorsal and ventral spinocerebellar tracts is artificial. The tracts cannot be sharply delimited from each other and from other ascending fibers in the ventrolateral funiculus (Kohnstamm and Quensel 1909).

1 Short History The white ribbon was originally noted by von Haller (1765), but described by Reil (1809). Therefore it is also known in older literature as the bundle (or ruban or Schleife) of Reil. A subdivision into a medial and a lateral portion was early distinguished. The lateral lemniscus was recognized to belong to the acoustic system. Within the lemniscus this secondary subdivision into medial (lmII) and lateral (lmI) parts was depicted by von Bechterew (1894; see Fig. 1413 B in von Bechterew in Voogd et al.

One should also consult Usunoff et al. (1997) and Voogd et al. (1990). 1 Short History The white ribbon was originally noted by von Haller (1765), but described by Reil (1809). Therefore it is also known in older literature as the bundle (or ruban or Schleife) of Reil. A subdivision into a medial and a lateral portion was early distinguished. The lateral lemniscus was recognized to belong to the acoustic system. Within the lemniscus this secondary subdivision into medial (lmII) and lateral (lmI) parts was depicted by von Bechterew (1894; see Fig.

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