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Spinal trigeminal nucleus

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Spinal trigeminal nucleus: column of cells which lies along the medial aspect of the spinal tract, extending from the level of entry of the trigeminal nerve in the pons to the second cervical segment of the spinal cord, where it is continuous with the dorsal gray column.
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