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Falx cerebelli

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Falx cerebelli

(Science: anatomy) a short process of dura mater projecting forward from the internal occipital crest below the tentorium; it occupies the posterior cerebellar notch and the vallecula, and bifurcates below into two diverging limbs passing to either side of the foramen magnum.

Synonym: falcula.