Cerebellum

 

 

The cerebellum is the large integrative and coordinating center for the control of posture. It is divided, into two cerebellar hemispheres in the middle of which is the centrally placed vermis.

          The cerebellar hemispheres are divided into lobes and the lobes are further divided into lobules by fissures.   They have both inferior and superior surfaces.

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Anterosuperior surface of cerebellum: 1 posterior quandrangular lobule 2 posterior superior fissure 3 posterior incisure 4 superior semilunar lobule 5 horizontal fissure 6 superior semilunar lobule 7 primary fissure 8 inferior semilunar lobule
 

 

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