Med. Lemniscus Inf.

Olivary Nu

AChE
NTS Dorsal Nu X XII

Cortico-Spinal Tract

Open Medulla

(AChE stains cholinergic cells like motorneurons, and some other cells)

. nucleus ambiguous (trouble swallowing) .medial medulla syndrome -corticomedullary pyramid (weakness. descending sympathetic (horner's syndrome). -descending tract of CN V (loss of pain+temp on same side of face). Open Medulla lateral medulla syndrome: Affected: -CN X (transient hoarseness). paralysis contralateral) -medial lemniscus (impaired fine touch opposite side) -CN XII (paralysis of tongue same side) -MLF Adams & Victor.spinothalamic tract (impaired pain+temp on opposite side). -dorsal spinocerebellar tract (ataxia).

.Motor Afferent Cerebellum-related Transmitter-spec Fiber Tracts Woolsey et al. Lower Pons .

Lower Pons Motor Afferent Cerebellum-related Transmitter-spec Fiber Tracts ..Woolsey et al.

.Middle Pons AChE VI VII VII Med. Lemniscus Root VII Pontine Nuclei Cortico-Spinal Tr.

lateral inferior pontine -CN VII (bell's palsy facial paralysis) -CN VIII (hearing deficits) -Spinothalamic (pain/temp on opposite side) Adams and Victor. Lower Pons medial inferior pontine Medial lemniscus (impaired sensation) CN VI (paralysis of lateral rectus) .

Mid-Pons ..Motor Afferent Cerebellum-related Transmitter-spec Fiber Tracts Woolsey et al.

Mid-Pons medialCorticospinalweakness opposite side. weak jaw muscles) Adams & Victor. ataxia .lateralCN V (impaired same side face sensation.

Woolsey et al. Upper Pons Motor Afferent Cerebellum-related Transmitter-spec Fiber Tracts ..

Lemniscus Root V .Upper Pons Motor Nu V Motor Nu V Main Sensory Nu V Med.

Upper Pons .lateral lateral part of medial lemniscus (impaired sensation on opposite side of lower extremeties) Adams & Victor.

Lower Midbrain ..Motor Afferent Cerebellum-related Transmitter-spec Fiber Tracts getting to region of perforating arteries Woolsey et al.

Motor Afferent Cerebellum-related Transmitter-spec Fiber Tracts Woolsey et al. Midbrain ..

Midbrain Motor Afferent Cerebellum-related Transmitter-spec Fiber Tracts ..Woolsey et al.

Colliculus Inf. Sub Nigra Sub Nigra Cerebral Peduncle Root III Cerebral Peduncle . Colliculus PAG Med.Midbrain. Lemniscus III Red Nu. Inferior and Superior Colliculus Cerebral Aqueduct Sup. Lemniscus IV Med.

Midbrain tegmental: CN III (oculomotor problems) Red nucleus (?) hit cerebellar outflow fibers (decoordination). If after crossing opposite side.Adams & Victor. if before crossing same side medial lemniscus (sensation!) ventral: corticospinal (weakness opposite side) .

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