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Certain of the [[cranial nerves]] pass through the substance of the [[medulla oblongata]], and are attached to its surface in series with the roots of the spinal nerves; thus, the fibers of the [[hypoglossal nerve]] represent the upward continuation of the [[anterior nerve roots]], and emerge in linear series from a furrow termed the '''antero-lateral sulcus''' (or '''ventrolateral sulcus''').
 
Certain of the [[cranial nerves]] pass through the substance of the [[medulla oblongata]], and are attached to its surface in series with the roots of the spinal nerves; thus, the fibers of the [[hypoglossal nerve]] represent the upward continuation of the [[anterior nerve roots]], and emerge in linear series from a furrow termed the '''antero-lateral sulcus''' (or '''ventrolateral sulcus''').
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Brain: Antero-lateral sulcus
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Latin sulcus anterolateralis medullae spinalis
Gray's subject #187 768
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Artery
Vein
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Certain of the cranial nerves pass through the substance of the medulla oblongata, and are attached to its surface in series with the roots of the spinal nerves; thus, the fibers of the hypoglossal nerve represent the upward continuation of the anterior nerve roots, and emerge in linear series from a furrow termed the antero-lateral sulcus (or ventrolateral sulcus).


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