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Cerebellum (anatomy)

CEREBELLUM ANATOMY Taking up the inferior and posterior aspect of the cranial cavity, the cerebellum is the second largest structure attributed to the brain. Positioned within the metencephalon, it is segregated via the transverse fissure from the overlying cerebrum. The transverse fissure accepts a segment of the meninges known as the more...

Cerebral palsy (diseases)

Cerebral palsy is described as a group of non-progressive, non-contagious conditions that generally affects both physical and mental functioning of affected individuals. It is one of the most common congenital defects among children which can occur before or during birth. An estimated 500,000 children and adults in the United States more...

Tremors (diseases)

A tremor is an involuntary body movement that is characterized by rhythmic to-and-fro shaking motions of one or several parts of a person’s body. It is typically seen in the hands, but can occur in the face, vocal cords, trunk, arms and legs. These oscillating movements commonly afflict middle-aged or more...