It is therefore no surprise to find that the manuscript, more technically known as the ‘eleventh fascicle of Wi’ used in this recording originated in Paris around the year 1230.
When the last fascicle was published in April 1928, it completed a ten-volume dictionary documenting over 400,000 words and phrases.
Histologically, all demonstrated a densely cellular storiform or vaguely fascicular pattern, broadly extending into the subcutaneous fat.
The corallum is generally fasciculate and phaceloid, attaining 116 × 126 mm in transverse section at its widest part.
Bundles of nerve fibers serving a common function and sharing a common origin and destination are grouped together in tracts or fasciculi .
The medial longitudinal fasciculus occupies its characteristic paramedian position.
The tumor was composed of spindle and epithelioid cells, some of which were arranged in a fascicular pattern, consistent with malignant melanoma.
It was agreed that the work would take ten years to complete, be published at intervals in fascicles , and in its final form would consist of four volumes of some 6,400 pages.
An extra fasciculus from the clavicle is found in 3% of individuals.
As it pursues its arched course, the superior longitudinal fasciculus gathers and sheds nerve fibers from various cortical areas, and so links them to each other.