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Reticulospinal tract

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Description of Reticulospinal tract

Reticulospinal tract: any of several tracts whose fibers arise from cells in tegmental or reticular nuclei (reticular formation) of the brain stem and which descend into the spinal cord; these tracts have multiple functions, including motor coordination and the regulation of muscle tone; also regulates autonomic functions mediated through the spinal cord.
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