restiform


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restiform

 [res´tĭ-form]
shaped like a rope.

res·ti·form

(res'ti-fōrm),
Ropelike; rope-shaped; referring to the restiform body, the larger (lateral) part of the inferior cerebellar peduncle; contains fibers from the spinal cord (spinocerebellar) and medulla (cuneo-, olivo-, reticulocerebellar, etc.) to cerebellum.
[L. restis, rope, + forma, form]

res·ti·form

(res'ti-fōrm)
Ropelike; rope-shaped.
[L. restis, rope, + forma, form]
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This point suggests a different localization of the stroke-mediated autonomic dysregulation in our index case, specifically the medullary restiform body and left cerebellar hemisphere.
Those findings are consistent with an acute stroke in the left medullary restiform body (1) and left cerebellar hemisphere (2).
A ciliary mechanism is employed to helop move the restiform body.