Anterior view of the cerebellum.
|Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy|
The central lobule is a small square lobule, situated in the anterior cerebellar notch. It overlaps the lingula, from which it is separated by the precentral fissure; laterally, it extends along the upper and anterior part of each hemisphere, where it forms a wing-like prolongation (ala), on each side, as the alae of the central lobule or alae lobuli centralis.
- Atlas image: n2a7p4 at the University of Michigan Health System
- NIF Search - Central Lobule[permanent dead link] via the Neuroscience Information Framework
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