Cerebellum (noun)

A part of the brain that coordinates movement and balance and interprets sensory information from the spinal cord and inner ear.

Origin:

Late latin, from latin, diminutive of cerēbrum "brain".

Examples:

  1. Damage to the cerebellum can result in problems with coordination and balance.
  2. The cerebellum is responsible for coordinating complex movements.
  3. A patient with a tumor in the cerebellum showed symptoms of tremors and unsteadiness.
  4. The cerebellum plays a crucial role in motor control and learning.
  5. Researchers have discovered that the cerebellum is also involved in non-motor functions such as attention and language.
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