cerebellar peduncle

cerebellar peduncle
noun
: any of three large bands of nerve fibers that join each hemisphere of the cerebellum with the parts of the brain below and in front

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  • cerebellar peduncle — n any of three large bands of nerve fibers that join each hemisphere of the cerebellum with the parts of the brain below and in front: a) one connecting the cerebellum with the midbrain called also brachium conjunctivum, pedunculus cerebellaris… …   Medical dictionary

  • Cerebellar peduncle — may refer to: Superior cerebellar peduncle Middle cerebellar peduncle Inferior cerebellar peduncle This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an intern …   Wikipedia

  • Inferior cerebellar peduncle — Infobox Brain Name = PAGENAME Latin = pedunculus cerebellaris inferior GraySubject = 187 GrayPage = 775 Caption = Scheme showing the connections of the several parts of the brain. (Inferior peduncle labeled at bottom right.) Caption2 = Section of …   Wikipedia

  • Middle cerebellar peduncle — Brain: Middle cerebellar peduncle Dissection showing the projection fibers of the cerebellum. (Middle peduncle labeled at upper right.) Latin pedunculus cerebellaris medius NeuroNames …   Wikipedia

  • Decussation of superior cerebellar peduncle — Infobox Brain Name = PAGENAME Latin = GraySubject = GrayPage = Caption = Transverse section of mid brain at level of inferior colliculi. (Decussation not labeled, but region is visible.) Caption2 = IsPartOf = Components = Artery = Vein =… …   Wikipedia

  • inferior cerebellar peduncle — n CEREBELLAR PEDUNCLE (c) …   Medical dictionary

  • middle cerebellar peduncle — n CEREBELLAR PEDUNCLE (b) …   Medical dictionary

  • superior cerebellar peduncle — n CEREBELLAR PEDUNCLE (a) …   Medical dictionary

  • cerebellar peduncle caudal — pedunculus cerebellaris inferior …   Medical dictionary

  • cerebellar peduncle cranial — pedunculus cerebellaris superior …   Medical dictionary

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