lateral gray column
The term lateral gray column refers to one of three central gray columns of the spinal cord. Located laterally in lamina VII, it is most prominent in the thoracic segments. The other columns are the anterior gray column and the posterior gray column. Because of its appearance in cross section it is also called the lateral horn ( Carpenter-1983; Schiebler-1999 ).

Also known as: intermediolateral cell column, intermediolateral nucleus, lateral hornNeuroNames ID : 1667

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