The term sagulum refers to a cell-poor region in the lateral portion of the pontine tegmentum identified by Nissl stain in the human ( Riley-1943 ), the macaque ( Oertel-1969 ), the rat ( BAMS ), the mouse ( Hof-2000 ) and the cat ( Beneyto-1998 ). Functionally it is part of the subcortical auditory system ( Swanson-2004 ).

Also known as: nucleus sagulum, Nucleus sagulumNeuroNames ID : 1308

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