By E. Hauglie-Hanssen
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In the ventrolateral, larger part of this nucleus, where it borders on the descending nucleus, most of the cells are middle-sized. Their long dendrites cover large areas within the nucleus. The nerve cells in the dorsomedial and the rostral parts are small, with a few middle-sized cells intermingled. In these parts of the sized cell are seen. In the medial nucleus three middle-sized cells are seen. Note their long and slender, sparsely branched dendrites. The cells are drawn in their mutual natural positions as seen in a transverse section (100 fL' Golgi rapid method) from a 4-day -old kitten.
Most cells are middle-sized with spindle-shaped, triangular or multiform cell bodies. A certain tendency of dendritic orientation parallel to the long axis of the cell group is seen cells with multipolar cell bodies and fairly short, branching dendrites, radiating in all directions without any preference (Fig. 19c). The dendritic spheres of these cells are rather small, and commonly have a diameter of 150-200 fL. The dendrites show no particular tendency to extend either into the descending nucleus, or into any other neighbouring structure.
30c and d), others have been followed further medially. In the superior nucleus, some collaterals have been traced in the medial direction through the entire extent of the nucleus. At the level of the descending nucleus, some collaterals have been seen extending through the ventral parts of the descending and the medial nuclei, almost to the nucleus praepositus hypoglossi. Numerous collaterals as well as stem fibres from the hook bundle course through the ventrolateral part of the lateral nucleus and the rostral part of the descending nucleus to enter the dorsolateral areas of the reticular formation.
Intrinsic Neuronal Organization of the Vestibular Nuclear Complex in the Cat: A Golgi Study by E. Hauglie-Hanssen