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1)      Paracentral lobule
—a continuation of the motor and somatesthetic cortices onto the medial aspect of the hemisphere.
2)      Cuneocerebellar tract
—upper extremity equivalent to the dorsal spinocerebellar tract (from Clarke’s column). This tract arises from accessory cuneate nucleus which is like Clarke’s.
3)      Calcarine fissure
separates cuneus from lingual gyrus.
4)      Rathke’s pouch=
ectoderm
5)      Neocerebellum (the posterior lobe without the vermis or paravermis)
projects to motor cortex via VL of thalamus. Neocerebellar cortexàdentate nucleusàCONTRA ventral lateral nucleus (VL) of thalamus, and motor cortex BA 4.
6)      Wallenberg syndrome (lateral medullary syndrome)
—IPSI loss of pain sensation in face, CONTRA loss of pain sensation on body, IPSI falling and past pointing, difficulty swallowing, CONTRA uvula deviation, IPSI Horner’s syndrome.
1)      Paracentral lobule
—a continuation of the motor and somatesthetic cortices onto the medial aspect of the hemisphere.
2)      Cuneocerebellar tract
—upper extremity equivalent to the dorsal spinocerebellar tract (from Clarke’s column). This tract arises from accessory cuneate nucleus which is like Clarke’s.
3)      Calcarine fissure
separates cuneus from lingual gyrus.
4)      Rathke’s pouch=
ectoderm
5)      Neocerebellum (the posterior lobe without the vermis or paravermis)
projects to motor cortex via VL of thalamus. Neocerebellar cortexàdentate nucleusàCONTRA ventral lateral nucleus (VL) of thalamus, and motor cortex BA 4.
6)      Wallenberg syndrome (lateral medullary syndrome)
—IPSI loss of pain sensation in face, CONTRA loss of pain sensation on body, IPSI falling and past pointing, difficulty swallowing, CONTRA uvula deviation, IPSI Horner’s syndrome.