Fc w

Post-centra I fissure

Prepyramidal fissure

Postpyramidal fissure

Tonsil of cerebellum Biventral lobule

* Horizontal fissure

\ inferior semilunar lobule

Quadrangular lobule Culmen

Lobulus simplex

Superior semilunar lobule SJ

Horizontal fissure

Inferior semilunar lobule

Prepyramidal fissure

- Central lobule

Lobulus simplex

Superior semilunar lobule SJ

Horizontal fissure

Inferior semilunar lobule

Prepyramidal fissure

Fastigial and emboliform nuclei

Antero-superior fissure

[primary fissure)

Dentate nucleus ßlventral lobule

Tonsil

Fastigial nucleus Globose nucleus Embollform nucleus Dentate nucleus

- Central lobule

Fastigial and emboliform nuclei

Antero-superior fissure

[primary fissure)

Postpyramidal fissure, secondary fissure

Dentate nucleus ßlventral lobule

Tonsil

Fastigial nucleus Globose nucleus Embollform nucleus Dentate nucleus

Postpyramidal fissure, secondary fissure

Quadrangular lobule

Culmen

Artero-superior fissure, primary fissure \

Lobulus simplex

Superior semilunar lobule

Horizontal fissure

Inferior semilunar lobule

Prepyramidal fissure

Culmen

Artero-superior fissure, primary fissure \

Lobulus simplex

Superior semilunar lobule

Kfc- NodulJS

Horizontal fissure

Inferior semilunar lobule

Kfc- NodulJS

- Biventral lobule

Dentate nucleus

Lobulus simplex

Culmen

Postero-superior fissure

Superior semilunar lobule \

Horizontal fissure —

Inferior semilunar lobule

Dentate nucleus

Postero-superior fissure

Superior semilunar lobule \

Horizontal fissure —

Inferior semilunar lobule

Prepyramidal fissure

Lobulus simplex

Culmen

Dentate nucleus

Culmen

Uvula

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