Medical Definition of Lissauer's marginal zone

1. A longitudinal bundle of thin, unmyelinated and poorly myelinated fibres capping the apex of the posterior horn of the spinal gray matter, composed of posterior root fibres and short association fibres that interconnect neighboring segments of the posterior horn. Synonym: fasciculus dorsolateralis, tractus dorsolateralis, dorsolateral tract, fasciculus marginalis, Lissauer's bundle, Lissauer's column, Lissauer's fasciculus, Lissauer's marginal zone, Lissauer's tract, marginal fasciculus, Spitzka's marginal tract, Spitzka's marginal zone, Waldeyer's tract, Waldeyer's zonal layer. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lissauer's Marginal Zone

Lisfranc fracture
Lisfranc joint
Lisfranc ligament
Liskov substitution principle
Lison-Dunn stain
Lissajous curve
Lissajous curves
Lissajous figure
Lissauer's bundle
Lissauer's column
Lissauer's fasciculus
Lissauer's marginal zone
Lissauer's tract
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Lister's dressing
Lister's method
Lister's tubercle
Listera convallarioides
Listera cordata
Listera ovata
Listeria denitrificans
Listeria grayi
Listeria monocytogenes

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