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Anatomy Atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy: Plate 23: Figure 3

Atlas of Human Anatomy

Inferior surface of the cerebellum, after removal of the medulla oblongata.

Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
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Inferior surface of the cerebellum, after removal of the medulla oblongata

A) Pons (Varoli).
B) Brachium pontis (Middle cerebellar peduncle).
C) Cerebellar hemispheres.
D) Vermis of cerebellum

a) Cerebellar hemisphere, dorsal surface.
b) Cerebellar hemisphere, ventral surface.
c) Horizontal sulcus (s. magnus Reilii). Between the dorsal and ventral surfaces of cerebellar hemispheres.
d) Quadrangular lobule. (s. superior anterior).
e) Inferior semilunar lobule (s. inferior posterior).
f) Lobulus gracilis (s. tener) [Lobulus inferior anterior].
g) Biventer lobule (Lobulis ansiformis [Lobulus inferior anterior]).
h) Tonsil.
i) Flocculus.
k) Pyramid of vermis.
l) Nodulus (of Malacarne).

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