SUPERIOR LONGITUDINAL FASCICULUS

pair of long two-directing bunches of neurons that connect the front and the back of the cerebrum. It consists four distinctive elements called SLF I, SLF II, SLF III and AF.

SUPERIOR LONGITUDINAL FASCICULUS: “Example: Superior longitudinal fasciculus is also called superior longitudinal fascicle or SLF and is related to motor controls. “
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