S02 E05 - PubReading [20] - Anatomy, Back, Cauda Equina - E. Berg, J. Ashurst.

PubReading by Mando Mourad
In 1595, French anatomist Andre du Laurens first described the structure of a rope-like tail of fibers at the caudal end of the spinal cord. This bundle of numerous axons was termed the cauda equina, from the Latin translation meaning “horse’s tail,” and it contains nerves which innervate both sensory and motor targets within lumbar, sacr  ...  See more
Sep 06 2021
Keywords
cauda equinaanatomyspinal cordsyndrome