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Caption: A move up and into the interior of the spinal cord revealing spinal grey matter in a butterfly H shape. The outer surface of the spinal cord appears white, because it consists almost entirely of myelinated regions of motor and sensory neurons. The interior of the spinal cord looks gray, because it is filled with unmyelinated multipolar neuron cell bodies and unmyelinated axons. Some have likened the shape and appearance of this gray matter to a butterfly or to a capital H.

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Keywords: central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, spinal cord, spine interior

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Interior Spinal Cord

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