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In case H5631 a few degenerated ﬁbers are also located around the lateral extremity of the horizontal limb of the caudal ventromedial accessory olive. In H5412 degeneration is absent at this location even though the cordotomy in this case was more extensive and included the ventral funiculus, which contains the ventral spino-olivary system (Brodal et al. 1950). 6 The Ventrolateral Funiculus in the Tegmentum of the Pons In the rostral medulla, where a large proportion of the spinocerebellar ﬁbers have joined the restiform body, the ventrolateral funiculus is considerably reduced in size.
This intermingling increases rostrally. Although the coarse ﬁbers predominate in its medial half and the ﬁner ﬁbers seem to prevail in its lateral extent, a clear subdivision of the main components has disappeared. 6 Rostral Mesencephalic Levels At rostral mesencephalic levels the lateral extremity of the medial lemniscus extends more dorsally into the small area between the brachium of the inferior colliculus and the so-called thalamopetal bundle, ﬁnally to fuse with this latter bundle. Striking is the reticulate aspect of the medial lemniscus all along its course through the midbrain; this is caused by great quantities of delicate cortical ﬁbers, splitting the lemniscus up into numerous bundles.
Lesions responsible for human brain stem cheiro-oral syndromes (opercular syndrome) are thought to involve the pontine medial lemniscus (Takezawa et al. 1990; Takamatsu and Takizawa 1991; Shintani et al. 2000). , Gilman 2002) can be debated, since most humans lacks such a clear lateral cervical nucleus as present in cats (see Truex et al. 1965). 34 The Medial Lemniscus Several comparative results stress the inability to apply rat and cat results to the human. So both the clinical approach (1, 2, 3 above) and the comparative approach (4 above; see also Kosinski et al.