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Sensitive to the alar plate: TE

SVG: [N. Cardiorespiratory]
Medial solitary tract
Comes vague and glossopharyngeal inf. No 1 in g inf vague
EVS: [Nucleo taste] Lateral to the solitary tract.
Comes inf IX and X (its located in g. No SVG)
SSG: [N. trigeminal] 3 parts: msc, Ser, spinal
Comes inf: P.ppal: inf. proprioceptive, P. high cord: inf little discriminative tactile, P. caudal cord: inf. termoanalgesica
SE: [N. Acoustic and N. labial]

Ascending pathways of the brainstem

Since the spinal cord:
CP; SAL (neoespinotalamica; spinoreticular; espinolivar; spinomesencephalic; spinotectal) PET; CCA, ECA.

They originate in the brainstem:
Trigeminal system (SSG):
Via trigeminotalamic to dorsal: int inf mouth, G. Gasset -> N. Ser trigeminal; ipsilateral

Via trigeminothalamic previous: inf of much of the face; G. Gasset -> n. Ser trigeminal; reaches the thalamus glued (medially) to the CP

Via trigeminal-thalamic (= SAL) inf protopathic G. Gasset -> N. trigeminal (+ interpolate caudal portion) reaches the thalamus with SAL (contralaterally).

Solitary nuclei System:
Via the lateral solitary tract (EVS) inf taste 1 n. (CN V or VII + IX) 2 º n. solitary lateral to ipsilateral thalamus.

Via medial solitary tract (SVG), G. PC IX + X -> n. solitary medial ipsilate rise (per issue dorsal)

Descending pathways in the brainstem

To the core:

VEL, VEM, REM, REL, TE, RUE, SAR, RUE, HIP-ES, COR-EN

They stay in TE:

V. Cerebellar Corticopónticas:
Cortex -> bump -> cerebellum contralateral
V. Corticonuclear (corticobulbar): A sensory nuclei of the brainstem, A somatic and visceral motor nuclei of brainstem, Corticorrubricas, Corticorreticulares. Bilateral: V.Ipsilateral: ECM XI, IV, VII, VI contralaterally: IX, X, XI the trapeze. * N. of XII: Bilateral: medial cord; Contralateral: lateral cord
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Vestibular nuclei: superior, lateral, inferior, medial.

Afferent connections: 1) vestibular ganglion: ipsilateral, tb ends in the cerebellum (nodule and uvula) 2) contralateral vestibular nuclei: in order to receive either side inf social precise time 3) cerebellum: the fastigial nucleus 4) medulla: inf propiorreceptiva5) FR (the purpose of halibut) 6) accessory optic nuclei (midbrain)

Efferent connections: 1) bone: 1.1. beam lateral vestibular (bilateral) 1.2. Lobby beam medial (ipsilateral) 2) cerebellum, FR (to control visceral physiological changes) 3) and preoculomotores oculomotor nucleus (using the medial longitudinal fasciculus) [S: ipsi; M: against] 4) thalamus(OPV and IPV among them) 5) vestibular receptor (regulate the sensitivity of the receiving cell)

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