Tegmentum

Teg·men'tum noun ; plural Tegmenta . [ Latin , a covering.] (Anat.) A covering; -- applied especially to the bundles of longitudinal fibers in the upper part of the crura of the cerebrum.
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tegmentum

(tәg-men´tәm) Latin word meaning a covering. It is often used alone to refer to the tegmentum mesencephali. adj., tegmen´tal., adj. tegmentum mesencephali , tegmentum of mesencephalon the posterior part of the mesencephalon, formed by continuation of ...
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Tegmentum

• (n.) A covering; -- applied especially to the bundles of longitudinal fibers in the upper part of the crura of the cerebrum.
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tegmentum

(from the article `nervous system, human`) The pons (metencephalon) consists of two parts: the tegmentum, a phylogenetically older part that contains the reticular formation, and the pontine ...
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Tegmentum

Floor of the midbrain.
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tegmentum

Type: Term Pronunciation: teg-men′tŭm, -tă Definitions: 1. A covering structure. Synonyms: mesencephalic tegmentum
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tegmentum

Latin = covering.
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Tegmentum

The tegmentum (from Latin for `covering`) is a general area within the brainstem. It is located between the ventricular system and distinctive basal or ventral structures at each level. It forms the floor of the midbrain whereas the tectum forms the ceiling. It is a multisynaptic network of neurons that is involved in many unconscious homeostati.....
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Tegmentum

ventral part of the midbrain (mesencephalon)
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