Grey commissure

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Grey commissure
Medulla spinalis - Substantia grisea - English.svg
Medulla spinalis - Substantia grisea
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Spinal cord. (Grey commissure is #3, near center.)
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Identifiers
Latincommissura grisea anterior medullae spinalis, commissura grisea posterior medullae spinalis
NeuroNames1665, 1649
FMA77036
Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy

The grey commissure is a thin strip of grey matter that surrounds the central canal of the spinal cord and, along with the anterior white commissure, connects the two halves of the cord. It comprises lamina X in the Rexed classification.

External links[edit]

  • Blok BF, van Maarseveen JT, Holstege G (June 1998). "Electrical stimulation of the sacral dorsal gray commissure evokes relaxation of the external urethral sphincter in the cat". Neurosci. Lett. 249 (1): 68–70. doi:10.1016/S0304-3940(98)00382-6. PMID 9672391.