restiform body

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res·ti·form bod·y

[TA]
a lateral and larger subdivision of the inferior cerebellar peduncle located on the dorsolateral aspect of the medulla oblongata and composed of a variety of fibers including, but not limited to, olivo-, reticulo-, cuneo-, trigemino-, and dorsal spinocerebellar.
See also: inferior cerebellar peduncle.
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restiform body

(rĕs′tə-fôrm′)
n.
Either of two large cordlike bundles of nerve fibers in each cerebellar hemisphere that connect the cerebellum with the medulla oblongata. Also called inferior cerebellar peduncle.
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res·ti·form bod·y

(res'ti-fōrm bod'ē) [TA]
A lateral (larger) subdivision of the inferior cerebellar peduncle composed of a variety of fibers including, but not limited to, olivo-, reticulo-, cuneo-, trigemino-, and dorsal spinocerebellar.
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restiform body

One of the inferior cerebellar peduncles of the brain, found along the lateral border of the fourth ventricle. These two bands of fibers, principally ascending, connect the medulla oblongata with the cerebellum.
See also: body
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