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Bassett Collection of Stereoscopic Images of Human Anatomy

Exploration of the cerebellum and brain stem from above and behind

Relations of cerebellar peduncles

Image #24-7

KEYWORDS: Brain, Cerebellum.

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Exploration of the cerebellum and brain stem from above and behind
Relations of cerebellar peduncles
On the right side the cerebellar peduncles have been divided and the remainder of the hemisphere removed.
1 . Superior cerebellar artery
2 . Superior fovea rhomboid fossa and fibers from peduncle of flocculus passing into tegmentum of mesencephalon
3 . Dentate nucleus
4 . Trochlear nerve (IV)
5 . Brachium conjunctivum (superior cerebellar peduncle) (cut across)
6 . Brachium pontis (middle cerebellar peduncle) (cut across)
7 . Restiform body (inferior cerebellar peduncle) (cut across)
8 . Trigeminal nerve (V)
9 . Striae medullares
10 . Sulcus limitans
11 . Taenia chorioidea
12 . Wing of gray matter and calamus scriptorius
13 . Cuneate tubercle
14 . Clava
15 . Dorsal median sulcus and gracile fasciculus
16 . Dorsal intermediate sulcus and cuneate fasciculus
17 . Dorsal lateral sulcus