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Anatomy Atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy: Plate 23: Figure 4

Atlas of Human Anatomy

Cerebellum and proximal end of the spinal cord, seen from below.

Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
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Cerebellum and proximal end of the spinal cord, seen from below

A. Hemisphere of cerebellum.
B. Superior vermis of cerebellum.
C. Inferior vermis of cerebellum.
D. Spinal cord.
E. Great horizontal sulcus (s. Reilii).

a) Central lobule, monticulus cerebelli (central part of superior vermis).
b) Culmen, folium cacuminis.
c) Quadrangular lobule, [lobulus quadrangularis (s. superior anterior)].
d) Tonsil.
e) Biventer lobule, (Lobulus ansiformis).
f) Lobulus gracilis (s. tener).
g) Inferior semilunar lobule, (s. inferior posterior).
h) Pyramid of vermis.
i) Lateral funiculus (spinal cord).
k) Fasciculus cuneatus (spinal cord).
l) Fasciculus gracilis (spinal cord).
m) posterior (dorsal) roots of spinal nerves.

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