Journal of Okayama Medical Association
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Hayashi, Mikiya
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Author researched the pathways of the adversive movement anatomically on dogs by the Marchi method and Nauta staining method. The results were as follows : One of the first neurons from the area 8 and 6 a β of cerebral cortex terminated in the homolateral ventral nucleus of the thalamus. The other first neurons from the area 5, 7, 19, and 22 terminated in the head and tail of the homolateral caudate nucleus. The second neurons from the ventral nucleus of the thalamus terminated in the homolateral rostal colliculus, and interstitial nucleus. The other second neurons from the caudate nucleus reached the homolateral lentiform nucleus. The third neurons from the lentiform nucleus connected with the rostal colliculus, Darkschewitsch's nucleus, interstitial nucleus, oculomotor and trochlear nuclei of the homolateral side. The neurons from the rostal colliculus connected with the oculomotor, trochlear, abducens, facial, accessory nuclei etc. The neurons from the dentate nucleus passed through the brachium conjunctivum and reached the contralateral ventral nucleus of the thalamus, Darksche witsch's nucleus, interstitial nucleus, oculomotor nucleus and then connected with the descen ding pathways from the cerebral cortex.