posterolateral sulcus of the spinal cord
The term posterolateral sulcus of the spinal cord refers to a shallow furrow located between the posterior white column and the lateral white column, where the dorsal root fibers enter the spinal cord ( Carpenter-1983 ).

Also known as: posterior lateral sulcusNeuroNames ID : 1693

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