Anterior lobe of cerebellum

The anterior lobe of cerebellum is the portion of the cerebellum responsible for mediating unconscious proprioception. Inputs into the anterior lobe of the cerebellum are mainly from the spinal cord.[1]

In alcoholics, it can deteriorate.[2]

It is sometimes equated to the "paleocerebellum".[3]

Anterior lobe of cerebellum
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Figure 3: Cerebellum and surrounding regions; sagittal view of one hemisphere. "H" is anterior lobe.
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Figure 4: Schematic representation of the major anatomical subdivisions of the cerebellum. Superior view of an "unrolled" cerebellum, placing the vermis in one plane.
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LatinLobus anterior cerebelli
NeuroNames650
NeuroLex IDbirnlex_1118
TAA14.1.07.102
FMA72251
Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy

References

  1. ^ Siegel, Allan Siegel, Hreday N. Sapru; case histories written by Heidi E. (2011). Essential neuroscience (2nd ed.). Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. p. 190. ISBN 9780781783835.
  2. ^ "utah.edu".
  3. ^ "The Cerebellum".

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Cervicoaxillary canal

The Cervicoaxillary canal is the passageway that extends between the neck and the upper extremities through which the long thoracic nerve and other structures pass.Its structure is defined by being posteriorly bordered by the scapula, anteriorly by the clavicle, and medially by the first rib. The long thoracic nerve traverses this passageway in addition to axillary blood vessels and the brachial plexus. This nerve arises in the neck from the fifth, sixth, and seventh cervical roots, C5, C6, and C7. It then enters the canal in the axilla.

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