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|Brain: Inferior longitudinal fasciculus|
|Diagram showing principal systems of association fibers in the cerebrum. (Inferior longitudinal fasciculus labeled at bottom right)|
|Latin||fasciculus longitudinalis inferior cerebri|
|Gray's||subject #189 844|
The existence of this fasciculus independent from the occipitotemporal fasciculus has been questioned for the human being, such that it has been proposed that the term inferior longitudinal fasciculus be replaced by the term "occipitotemporal projection". 
- ↑ Bergman, Ronald A.; Afifi, Adel K. (2005). Functional neuroanatomy: text and atlas, New York: McGraw-Hill.
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