tractus

SYN: tract. [L. a drawing, drawing out, extent, tract, fr. traho, pp. t., to draw]
- t. anterolaterales SYN: anterolateral system.
- t. bulboreticulospinalis [TA] SYN: bulboreticulospinal tract.
- t. caeruleospinalis [TA] SYN: caerulospinal tract.
- t. cerebellorubralis SYN: cerebellorubral tract.
- t. cerebellothalamicus SYN: cerebellothalamic tract.
- t. corticobulbaris SYN: corticobulbar tract.
- t. corticopontinus [TA] SYN: corticopontine tract.
- t. corticospinalis SYN: corticospinal tract.
- t. corticospinalis anterior [TA] SYN: anterior corticospinal tract.
- t. corticospinalis lateralis [TA] SYN: lateral corticospinal tract.
- t. descendens nervi trigemini SYN: spinal tract of trigeminal nerve.
- t. dorsolateralis [TA] SYN: dorsolateral fasciculus.
- t. fastigiobulbaris SYN: fastigiobulbar tract.
- t. fastigiospinalis [TA] SYN: fastigiospinal tract. See fastigiospinal fibers, under fiber.
- t. frontopontinus SYN: frontopontine tract.
- t. habenulointerpeduncularis [TA] SYN: retroflex fasciculus.
- t. iliopubicus [TA] SYN: iliopubic tract.
- t. iliotibialis [TA] SYN: iliotibial tract.
- t. interpositospinalis [TA] SYN: interpositospinal tract.
- t. interstitiospinalis [TA] SYN: interstitiospinal tract.
- t. mesencephalicus nervi trigemini [TA] SYN: mesencephalic tract of trigeminal nerve.
- t. occipitopontinus SYN: occipitopontine tract.
- t. olfactorius [TA] SYN: olfactory tract.
- t. olivocerebellaris [TA] SYN: olivocerebellar tract.
- t. olivocochlearis [TA] SYN: olivocochlear tract. See olivocochlear bundle.
- t. opticus SYN: optic tract.
- t. parietopontinus SYN: parietopontine tract.
- t. pontoreticulospinalis [TA] SYN: pontoreticulospinal tract.
- t. posterolateralis [TA] SYN: dorsolateral fasciculus.
- t. pyramidalis [TA] SYN: corticospinal tract.
- t. pyramidalis anterior SYN: anterior corticospinal tract.
- t. pyramidalis lateralis SYN: lateral corticospinal tract.
- t. raphespinalis anterior [TA] SYN: anterior raphespinal tract.
- t. raphespinalis lateralis [TA] SYN: lateral raphespinal tract.
- t. reticulospinalis SYN: reticulospinal tract.
- t. rubrobulbaris SYN: rubrobulbar tract.
- t. rubrobulbaris [TA] SYN: rubrobulbar tract.
- t. rubropontinus [TA] SYN: rubropontine tract.
- t. rubrospinalis [TA] SYN: rubrospinal tract.
- t. solitariospinalis [TA] SYN: solitariospinal tract.
- t. solitarius [TA] SYN: solitary tract.
- t. spinalis nervi trigemini [TA] SYN: spinal tract of trigeminal nerve.
- t. spinocerebellaris anterior [TA] SYN: anterior spinocerebellar tract.
- t. spinocerebellaris posterior [TA] SYN: posterior spinocerebellar tract.
- t. spinocervicalis [TA] SYN: spinocervical tract.
- t. spinocervicalis SYN: spinocervical tract.
- t. spinoolivaris [NA] SYN: spinoolivary tract.
- t. spinoolivaris [TA] SYN: spinoolivary tract.
- t. spinotectalis [TA] SYN: spinotectal tract.
- t. spinothalamicus SYN: spinothalamic tract.
- t. spinothalamicus anterior [TA] SYN: anterior spinothalamic tract.
- t. spinothalamicus lateralis [TA] SYN: lateral spinothalamic tract.
- t. spinovestibularis [TA] SYN: spinovestibular tract.
- t. spiralis foraminosus [TA] openings in the cochlear area of the bottom of the internal acoustic meatus through which the fibers of the cochlear nerve leave the bony labyrinth to enter the cranial cavity. SYN: spiral foraminous tract.
- t. supraopticohypophysialis [TA] SYN: supraopticohypophysial tract.
- t. tectobulbaris [TA] SYN: tectobulbar tract.
- t. tectopontinus [TA] SYN: tectopontine tract.
- t. tectospinalis [TA] SYN: tectospinal tract.
- t. tegmentalis centralis [TA] SYN: central tegmental tract.
- t. temporopontinus SYN: temporopontine tract.
- t. trigeminospinalis [TA] SYN: trigeminospinal tract.
- t. trigeminothalamicus anterior [TA] SYN: anterior trigeminothalamic tract.
- t. trigeminothalamicus posterior [TA] SYN: posterior trigeminothalamic tract.
- t. tuberoinfundibularis SYN: tuberoinfundibular tract.
- t. vestibulospinalis SYN: lateral vestibulospinal tract.
- t. vestibulospinalis lateralis [TA] SYN: lateral vestibulospinal tract.
- t. vestibulospinalis medialis [TA] SYN: medial vestibulospinal tract.
- t. vestibulospinalis medialis [TA] SYN: medial vestibulospinal tract.

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trac·tus 'trak-təs n, pl tractus TRACT (2)

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trac·tus (trakґtəs) pl. tracґtus [L. “track, trail”] a tract; a region, principally one of some length. [TA] a collection or bundle, especially of nerve fibers, having the same origin and termination, and serving the same function. See also under bundle, fasciculus, and lemniscus.

Descriptions are given on the TA terms, and include anglicized names of specific tracts.


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