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Inferior cerebellar peduncle
mostly input fibers
-olivocerebellar
dorsal spinocerebellar
cuneocerebellar
reticulocerebellar
juxtarestiform body (incoming vestibulocerebellar)
(outgoing cerebellovestibular connections)
Middle cerebellar peduncle
entirely input fibers
Superior cerebellar peduncel
mostly output fibers, some input
Cerebral nucleii (medial to lateral)
Fastigal, interposed, dentate
exitatory input to the cerebellar nucleii
from climbing and mossy fibers
Inhibitory input to the cerebellar nucleii
Purkinje neurons
Posterior lobe
Give functional name, and phylogenic name
Pntocerebellum or Cerebrocerebellum
Neocerebellum
Anterior lobe
Give functional name, and phylogenic name
Paleocerebellum
Spinal cerebellum
Flocculonodular lobe
Give functional name, and phylogenic name
Archicerebellum
Vestibulocerebellum
Posterior lobe syndrome
Ataxia (loss coordination of voluntary movements)
Low mm tone
Intension tremor
Dysmetria (overshooting target)
Dysdiadochokinesia -inability to perform rapid alternating movements
-Explosive speech
COMMON CAUSE: cerebral vascular accident, tumor, trauma, degenerative diseases)
Anterior Lobe Syndrome
Gait instability
COMMON CAUSE: Alcoholism, malnutrition
Flocculonodular Lobe Syndrome
Trunchal Ataxia
COMMON CAUSE: medulla blastoma in young children