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cerebellar

 [ser″ĕ-bel´er]
pertaining to the cerebellum.
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cer·e·bel·lar

(ser'e-bel'ar),
Relating to the cerebellum.
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cer·e·bel·lar

(ser-ĕ-bel'ăr)
Relating to the cerebellum.
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Cerebellar

Involving the part of the brain (cerebellum), which controls walking, balance, and coordination.
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[Ptf1a.sup.-/-] mice show a size reduction in the cerebellar primordium in embryos, resulting in cerebellar agenesis at birth (5).
Mutations in PTF1A cause pancreatic and cerebellar agenesis. Nat Genet 2004;36:1301-1305.
Although a nonrecognizable cerebellar hemisphere in the posterior fossa mimicked primary cerebellar agenesis [4], T2 star-weighted angiography (SWAN) successfully detected hemosiderin deposits enveloping the cystic lesion, which led to the diagnosis of an acquired form of DWM and selection of a surgical intervention approach.
The detection of hemosiderin deposits enveloping the cyst wall was useful for a differential diagnosis of "acquired" DWM from primary cerebellar agenesis.
After an uncomplicated delivery at 38 weeks, the infant suffered from occipital meningoencephalocele and cerebellar agenesis. The authors considered that the HMP was the most likely cause of this infant's anomalies.