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cauda equina 
The cauda equina is a structure within the lower end of the spinal column of most vertebrates, that consists of nerve roots and rootlets from above. The space in which the cerebrospinal fluid is present is actually an extension of the subarachnoid space.
central nervous system cell part cluster +  
digestive syncytial vacuole 
dorsal root of spinal cord +  
entire myelin sheath 
glial limiting membrane 
layer of microvilli +  
luminal layer of epithelium +  
nerve ending +  
nerve fiber +  
nervous system cell part layer +  
neural tube marginal layer +  
neuron projection bundle +  
root of cervical nerve +  
root of coccygeal nerve 
root of lumbar spinal nerve +  
root of sacral nerve +  
root of thoracic nerve +  
subluminal layer of epithelium +  
ventral root of spinal cord +  

Related Synonyms: filum terminale
Xrefs: EMAPA:37468 ;   FMA:52590 ;   MA:0003045 ;   MESH:D002420 ;   NCI:C12689 ;   SCTID:263377004 ;   UMLS:C0007458 ;   Wikipedia:Cauda_equina ;   neuronames:1626
Definition Sources: Wikipedia:Cauda_equina

paths to the root