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Arbor Vitae
Nervous System

Arbor Vitae

Arbor vitae

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The arbor vitae of cerebellum (aka medullary body of vermis) is the name given to the tree-like white matter tracts that provide afferent and efferent (incoming and outgoing) sensory and motor information to and from the cerebellum. It typically only visible at sagittal sections of the cerebellum medially.

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