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The Cerebellum: Brain for an Implicit Self by Masao Ito

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Color Plate I. MRI image of the human cerebellum.

Recent remarkable progress in brain imaging has made it possible to observe the human cerebellum in vivo. This horizontal section image was taken by the author on June 7, 2010. Abbreviations: b, basilar artery; h, cerebellar hemisphere; p, pons; v, 4th ventricle. For a three-dimensional atlas of the human cerebellum, see Schmahmann et al., 1999.

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Color Plate II. A schematized map of the divisions of the cerebellar cortex.

On the outline of the anatomical divisions of the cerebellum (vermis, paravermis, and hemisphere) a lattice is formed by crossing transverse lobules and longitudinal ...

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