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Abstract

All parts of Cerebellum are connected with the brainstem over the three cerebellar peduncles. All three form the white matter of Cerebellum, which is divided by the cerebellar Lobules into several segments. The preparations in Figs. 207 to 210, 213, and 215 are taken from successive resections of the cerebellar Lobules made from rostrally in the caudal direction. The preparation in Fig. 217 was used for the demonstration of vessels (Fig. 218). From the occipital viewpoint in Fig. 206 it can be seen that Lobulus semilunaris superior lies farther lateral and Lobulus semilunaris inferior farther medial (under Sinus transverses). The borders are difficult to recognize, also being hidden by the leptomeninges and vessels. Here, unlike at the basal surface, a dorsal demarcation of the tonsil from Lobulus biventer is easily possible. From Lobulus semilunaris superior the underlying white matter of Brachium pontis is soon reached. The white matter of Lobulus biventer is more voluminous. In Fig. 207 the relationships between Brachium pontis, Vermis cerebelli, and Lobulus semilunaris can be seen, after removal of Lobulus quadrangularis and Lobulus simplex. After Lobulus semilunaris superior and inferior have also been removed (Fig. 208), the deep fissure can be recognized that separates the lower vermis region (Uvula and Nodulus) from the upper.

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Cranial Nerve Trigeminal Neuralgia Cerebellopontine Angle Sinus Sigmoideus Cerebellar Tonsil 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Wolfgang Seeger
    • 1
  1. 1.University of Freiburg i. Br.Federal Republic of Germany

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