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Internodal segment
Diagram of longitudinal sections of medullated nerve fibers.
Latin segmentum internodale
Gray's subject #183 727
MeSH [1]
Medullated nerve fibers stained with silver nitrate.

The portion of nerve fiber between two Nodes of Ranvier is called an internodal segment (or internode). The neurolemma or primitive sheath is not interrupted at the nodes, but passes over them as a continuous membrane.

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