- • The anatomic vs functional division of the cerebellum
- Gross appearance including vascular supply
- Functional architecture of the cerebellum
- Deep cerebellar nuclei connections and functionality
- Ascending cerebellar tracts of the spinal cord
- The corticopontocerebellar pathway
- The anatomy of the fourth ventricle (borders, inflow, outflow)
- The manifestation of cerebellar disease: DANISH
- The difference of dysphasia and dysarthria
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The vermis is a functional constituent of
BA6 communicates with the cerebellum through the
All of the above
The posterolateral fissure of the cerebellum separates
Flocculus and nodule
Vermis and paravermis
Anterior and posterior lobes
Lateral hemispheres from spinocerebellum
Posterior lobe from flocculonodular
The dorsal spinocerebellar tract communicates with the
The vestibulocerebellum receives the bulk of its supply from
An artery branching off the pontine perforating branches
An artery branching off the posterior communicating artery
An artery branching from the PCA
An artery branching from the basilar artery
An artery branching from the vertebral artery
Granular cells form parallel fibres in which region of the cerebellum?
White matter layer
All of the above
Which cells of the cerebellar cortex are involved in the information-processing "glomeruli" of the granular layer?
Which cell type is a strong inhibitor of the soma of the Purkinje cell?
How does the connection between the dentate nucleus and supplementary motor area of the cerebral cortex reach the brainstem?
Superior cerebellar peduncle
Middle cerebellar peduncle
Inferior cerebellar peduncle
Both superior and middle cerebellar peduncles
Both middle and inferior cerebellar peduncles
Which tract characteristically double decussates to reach the superior cerebellar peduncle of the ipsilateral side of the cerebellum to its Golgi tendon organ set?
Dorsal spinocerebellar tract
Rostral spinocerebellar tract
Ventral spinocerebellar tract
The superior lateral eminence of the rhomboid fossa contains
Serotonergic projection fibres
Noradrenergic projection fibres
Glutamatergic projection fibres
Cholinergic projection fibres
Dopaminergic projection fibres
Which trigone lies immediately inferior to the medullary stria of the rhomboid fossa?
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