quadrangular lobule

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qua·dran·gu·lar lob·ule

the main portion of the superior part of each hemisphere of the cerebellum, corresponding in current terminology to the anterior quadrangular lobule; the hemisphere portions of the culmen (lobules IV and V) of the vermis consist of an anterior part (lobule HIV) and a posterior part (lobule HV); located between the preculminate and primary fissures.

qua·dran·gu·lar lob·ule

(kwahd-rang'gyū-lăr lob'yūl)
The main portion of the superior part of each hemisphere of the cerebellum, corresponding to the monticulus of the vermis; it is divided into two portions, the anterior and the posterior crescentic lobules, corresponding to the culmen and the declive of the vermis.
Synonym(s): quadrate lobe (2) .