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Cerebellum anatomy

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Central and Peripheral Nervous System    https://nurseslabs.com/nervous-system/

The nervous system is involved in some way in nearly every body function. All the sensations, actions, and emotions are made possible by the nervous system, which consists of the brain, spinal cord, nerves, and sensory receptors.

Ventricles and Cerebellum  Anatomy   3rd ventricle , Pulvinar , Pineal gland , Superior colliculus , Inferior colliculus , Trochlear nerv...

Ventricles and Cerebellum Anatomy 3rd ventricle, Pulvinar, Pineal gland, Superior colliculus, Inferior colliculus, Trochlear nerve (CN IV), Superior medullary velum, Cerebellar peduncles, Lateral recess, Superior fovea, Sulcus limitans, Inferior fovea, Trigeminal tubercle, Hypoglossal trigone, Vagal trigone, Obex, Gracile fasciculus, Interthalamic adhesion, Choroid plexus, Posterior commissure, Habenular commissure, Pineal gland. Splenium of corpus callosum, Great cerebral vein (of Galen)…

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A table showing the functional groups for alcohol, thiol, ether, thioether, amine, aldehyde, ketone, carboxylic acid, ester, amide, acid anhydride, and aromatic.

A table showing the functional groups for alcohol, thiol, ether, thioether, amine, aldehyde, ketone, carboxylic acid, ester, amide, acid anhydride, and aromatic.

Cerebellar cortex... Note: Granular cell is the only "excitatory cell" of "cerebellum"... 【 Note: Climbing fibres are "Olivocerebellar" fibres originating from Inferior Olivary Nucleus, make distinction b/w Climbing & Parallel fibre ... imp 】

Cerebellar cortex... Note: Granular cell is the only "excitatory cell" of "cerebellum"... 【 Note: Climbing fibres are "Olivocerebellar" fibres originating from Inferior Olivary Nucleus, make distinction b/w Climbing & Parallel fibre ... imp 】