Gudden's inferior commissure
The commissural fibres of the optic tract, lying above and behind the optic chiasm.
Gudden's Commissure and tract:
- Experimentaluntersuchungen über das peripherische und centrale Nervensystem.
Archiv für Psychiatrie und Nervenkrankheiten, Berlin, 1870; 2: 693-723.
- Ueber die Kreuzung der Fasern in Chiasma nervorum optici.
[Albrecht von Grafes]Archiv für Ophthalmologie, Berlin, 1874, 2 Abth., 20: 249-268.
[Albrecht von Grafes]Archiv für Ophthalmologie, Berlin, 1879, 1 Abth., 25, 1-56.
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