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 Indian J Med Microbiol  
 

Figure 5: Corticopontine and pontocerebellar tract with synapses in the pontine nuclei. Unilateral pontine lesions damage the local pontine neurons, thus affecting ipsilateral MCP after its fibers have crossed, and also damage the ipsilateral lateral fibers which have to cross the midline to form opposite MCP

Figure 5: Corticopontine and pontocerebellar tract with synapses in the pontine nuclei. Unilateral pontine lesions damage the local pontine neurons, thus affecting ipsilateral MCP after its fibers have crossed, and also damage the ipsilateral lateral fibers which have to cross the midline to form opposite MCP