Medial longitudinal Fasciculus Pathway, Origin & Syndrome

medial longitudinal fasciculus

The medial longitudinal fasciculus is basically a fine group of axons or longitudinal bundle present just a little above the midline of the brainstem or brain stem, composing of both ascending and descending batch of fibers that originates from various areas of the body. It is further associated with three different muscular connection called, oculomotor nerve, trochlear nerve, and abducens nerve. Medial longitudinal fasciculus Origin: Medial longitudinal fasciculus was very first discovered by the neurologist Benedict Stilling. Later, its name was gradually changing and

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