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- Neuroanatomy: Dissection of the Sheep Brain
- cerebellum and make a horizontal cut through the cerebellar peduncles, large fiber tracts from the spinal cord to the cerebellum. Do not cut through the medulla.
- located dorsal to the brainstem and is connected to the brainstem by 3 pairs of cerebellar peduncles. Objectives: 1.
- infarctions Locked-in syndrome resulting from bilateral cerebral
- Locked-in syndrome resulting from bilateral cerebral peduncle. July 4, 2011. This information is current as of http://www.
- THE BRAIN STEM Midbrain: Tectum: superior & inferior colliculi
- Cerebral peduncle: basis pedunculi, substantia nigra & tegmentum (nuclei, long tracts).
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- Classification of Cause of Motor Weakness in Traumatic Brain Injury Using
- Circular ROIs were drawn in the middle corona radiata, the posterior limb of the internal capsule, the midportion of the cerebral peduncle, the pons, and the medulla along the CST.
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- Cerebral peduncle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Mainly, the three common areas that give rise to the cerebral peduncles are the cortex, the spinal cord and the cerebellum.
- What Are the Functions of the Cerebral Peduncle? | eHow.com
- What Are the Functions of the Cerebral Peduncle?. The cerebral peduncles are two cylinders composed entirely of nerves, with one on each side of the brain.
- Cerebral peduncle | Define Cerebral peduncle at Dictionary.com
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