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NWHSU Mash CNS2lobe

NWHSU Mash CNS Test 2 cerebellum lobe

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name the functional lobe of cerebellum: receives the vast majority of its input indirectly from the cerebral cortex pontocerebellum
name the region of the cerebellum described: i the most important region for fine motor control pontocerebellum
name the functional lobe described: especially important in fine motor control pontocerebellum
name the functional lobe of cerebellum: especially important in large motor stereotyped movements spinocerebellum
name the functional lobe of cerebellum: receives afferents from nucleus dorsalis spinocerebellum
name the functional lobe described: especially important in stereotyped movements spinocerebellum
name the functional lobe described: most of its afferents come from the cerebral cortex via reticular nuclei pontocerebellum
name the functional lobe described: receives afferents from lateral cuneate nucleaus spinocerebellum
name the functional lobe of cerebellum: influences the motor cortices spinocerebellum; pontocerebellum
name the functional lobe described: affects lower motor neurons through the rubrospinal tract spinocerebellum; pontocerebellum
name the functional lobe described: function could be affected by a lesion in the internal capsule pontocerebellum
name the functional lobe of cerebellum: pathology likely results in truncal ataxia and nystagmus vestibulocerebellum
name the region of the cerebellum described: phylogenically the oldest portion vestibulocerebellum
name the region of the cerebellum described: in general affect muscles on the same side of the body vestibulocerebellum
name the functional lobe described: receives afferents directly from the maculae vestibulocerebellum
name the functional lobe of cerebellum: influences lower motor neurons via the reticulospinal tracts vestibulocerebellum; spinocerebellum
name the region of the cerebellum described: includes the fastigial nucleus vestibulocerebellum; spinocerebellum
name the functional lobe described: granules cells of the cortex receive mossy fibers vestibulocerebellum; spinocerebellum ; pontocerebellum (except the climbing fiber for inferior olivary nuclei)
name the functional lobe described: associated with the fastigial nucleus vestibulocerebellum; spinocerebellum
name the functional lobe described: deep nuclei receive inhibitory stimuli from the purkinje cells vestibulocerebellum; spinocerebellum; pontocerebellum
Afferents include the ventral spinocerebellar tract vestibulocerebellum, spinocerebellum
Affects the LMN via medial and lateral vestibulospinal tract vestibulocerebellum
Efferent fibers decussate in the superior cerebellar peduncle spinocerebellum pontocerebellum
receives afferents from the mesencephalic nucleus spinocerebellum
largely composed of neocerebellum pontocerebellum
affects the lower motor neurons via the medial vestibulospinal tract vestibulocerebellum spinocerebellum
in general affects ipsilateral muscles vestibulocerebellum, spinocerebellum, pontocerebellum
Created by: AnatomyMash