Afferent Connections of the Medial Basal Hypothalamus, 1st by Dr. med. habil. László Záborszky (auth.)

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Fibers can first be recognized between the central superior nucleus and the tectospinal tract. More rostrally, they form a compact bundle just dorsolateral to the interpeduncular nucleus. Further rostrally, they appear to proceed through the MFB, where they pass in its ventral part (Palkovits et al. 1977b). Ascending Adrenergic Fibers. tittle is known about the topography of the ascending fibers containing adrenaline. It was assumed that they join the ventral noradrenergic bundle (Hokfelt et al.

With our new impregnation method fibers can be traced in horizontal (Fig. 16) as well as in frontal (Fig. 17) planes. They run from the lateral hypothalamic area to the NVM and ramify in the lateral part of this nucleus. Decussatio Supraoptica (DSO J. This long ascending tract arising from various parts of the brain stem has been described in the rat by Minderhoud (1967) using the experimental degeneration method. Its most caudal fibers ascend from the spinal cord; fibers from the pontine reticular formation and the mesencephalic tegmentum are joined to them.

Dorsal medullary or ventral bundle transection (Palkovits et al. 1980a) did not result in a significant decrease in the MBH adrenaline content (see Fig. 9, no. 1). This implies that fibers run ventrolaterally near the surface of the medulla and take a more dorsal position only around the genu of the facial nerve. It is known that ascending catecholaminergic fibers innervating the hypothalamus cross the midline or give off collateral fibers to the contralateral side on their way up (tindvall and Bjorklund 1974).

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