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anterior spinocerebellar tract

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A bundle of fibers that originates in the posterior horn along the spinal cord, crosses to the opposite side, ascends peripherally in the ventral half of the lateral funiculus through the rhombencephalon, terminates in the cerebellar vermis, and conveys exteroceptive information from the opposite half of the body.
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