The outer layer of the cerebellum
The cerebellar cortex is a thin gray layer surrounding the cerebellum. It is made up of outer molecular layer, middle ganglionic layer, and inner granular layer. The molecular layer, referred to as stratum moleculare, contains glattened dendritic trees of purkinje cells, as well as inhibitory interneurons such as stellate and basket cells. The ganglionic layer is a single layer of purkinje cells. The granular layer, also called as stratum granulosum, consists of granule cells, as well as interneurons.
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... distribution of mild neuronal loss and astrocytosis in the cerebral and cerebellar gray matter, focal pseudolaminer necrosis of the IIIrd and IVth cortical layers was predominantly noticed in the calcarine cortex, pre- and postcentral gyri and transverse temporal cortex. However, the ...
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