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...  Take for instance corticospinal tracts. They continuously descend in the absence of a synaptic interruption. The fibers for these tracts are created by the frontal lobe, particularly the precentral gyrus. Around 85 percent of these undergo decussation, and the remaining percentage makes up the anterior corticospinal tracts. The remaining nerve tracts are called the extrapyramidial tracts. These  ...


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