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- 2 Basic Anatomy and Physiology of the Human Brain
- This chapter contains some basic background on the anatomy and physiology .
- Three-Dimensional MRI Atlas of the Human Cerebellum in
- edge of cerebellar anatomy because there is no atlas that can be reliably used for the accurate identification of the different cerebellar regions.
- Anatomy of the Cerebellum Computational Models of neural
- Aug 31, 2009 Anatomy of the Cerebellum. Computational Models of neural Systems. Lecture 2.
- Cerebellum. 3. Brain stem.
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- Anatomy of the cerebellum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. This article gives a detailed description of the anatomy of the cerebellum.
- Anatomy of cerebellum
- CEREBELLUM BY DR MANAH CHANDRA CHANGMAI.
- Neurological Exam: Cerebellum: Anatomy
- The cerebellum covers the 4th ventricle. Its constricted midline is the vermis, the lateral expansions are the hemispheres, between the two is the paravermis.
- Anatomy of the Brain - Cerebellum
- The cerebellum is the area of the hindbrain that controls motor movement coordination, balance, equilibrium and muscle tone.
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