1. what is the paleocerebellum formed by? (spinal part)
- most of the cerebellar parts with dendate nucleus
- The midline of the vermis and paravermis and surounding globus and embelliform nuclei
- foolluculonodular and fastigal nucleus
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2. Which of theses is not an archicerebellum
- Spinal Part
- Vestibular part
- Flocculonodular lobe
- Fastigial nucleus
3. Which of these statements of the tracts to the archicerebellum is incorrect?
- It affects the LM system bilaterally via descending vestibulo-spinal and reticospinal tracts
- Afferent = Dorsal and ventral spinocerebellar tract from muscle and joint and cutaneous receptors to enter the cortex ipsilaterslly from vermis and paravermis via inf. and sup. cerebellar peduncles.
- Efferent fibres= projects to fastigial nucleus which then goes to vestibular nuclei and reticular formation
- afferent fibres= From vestibula nuclei in pons and medulla to cortex of ipsilateral flocculo-nodular lobe
4. Which of these is an afferent tract?
- rubrospinal tract
5. Which of these statement are incorrect?
- Neocerebellum is the cerebral part and is the largest part but all embyologically the newest part
- Afferent division = spinocerebellar and pontocerebellar
- Efferent fibres comes Superior cerebellar peduncles and fastigal nucleus in inferior cerebellar nucleus
- Efferent divisions = vestibular cerebellum and lateral hemisphere