direct cerebellar tract

noun

Definition of direct cerebellar tract 

: a tract of fibers in the posterior lateral part of the spinal cord that is external to the crossed pyramidal tract, that arises from the cells of the nucleus dorsalis, and that passes through the restiform body of the medulla to the cerebellum

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