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Brain: Sublingual nucleus
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Latin nucleus sublingualis
Gray's subject #187 784
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Artery
Vein
BrainInfo/UW hier-760
MeSH [1]

In the substance of the formatio reticularis are two small nuclei of gray matter. The one near the dorsal aspect of the hilus of the inferior olivary nucleus is called the Sublingual nucleus (inferior central nucleus, nucleus of Roller.)

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