Revision as of 12:03, 27 February 2012 by John (IACL:Lobule VIIIA moved to Lobule VIIIA: moved to public)
- Location: Lower regions of the cerebellum, extends from midline laterally
- Description: Best to identify and label the boundary for VIIIB before VIIIA as the lower boundary can be difficult to identify otherwise
- The fissure between this lobule and Lobule VIIA Crus I is easily identified in the midsagittal slice.
- This lobule usually consists of one or two white matter branches and its second boundary is characterized by the exclusion of VIIIB which has a distinct curve.