Neuroscience, Issue 494, Page 2008
W. H. Freeman, 2008 - Medical - 857 pages
Created primarily for medical and premedical students, 'Neuroscience' emphasizes the structure of the nervous system, the correlation of structure and function, and the structure/function relationships particularly pertinent to the practice of medicine.
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(A) Frontal/parietal cortex Midline Middle cerebellar peduncle Inferior cerebellar
peduncle Figure 1 9.3 Functional organization of the inputs to the cerebellum. (A)
Diagram of the major inputs. (B) Idealized coronal and sagittal sections through ...
Figure 1 9.4 Regions of the cerebral cortex that project to the cerebellum (shown
in blue). The cortical projections to the cerebellum are mainly from the lobe, the
primary and secondary somatic sensory cortices of the anterior parietal lobe, and
Thus, the topographical organization of the cerebellum allows cerebellar damage
to disrupt the coordination of movements performed by some muscle groups but
not others. The implication of these pathologies is that the cerebellum is ...
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