Intermediate cervical septum

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Intermediate cervical septum

a thin septum composed of glia fibre and leptomeningeal connective tissue in the cervical spinal cord marking the border between the gracile fasciculi and cuneatus of the dorsal funiculus.

Synonym: septum cervicale intermedium.

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