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Brain: Arbor vitae
CerebellumRegions
Figure 3: Cerebellum and surrounding regions; sagittal view of one hemisphere. A: Midbrain. B: Pons. C: Medulla. D: Spinal cord. E: Fourth ventricle. F: Arbor vitae. G: Tonsil. H: Anterior lobe. I: Posterior lobe.
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Sagittal section of the cerebellum, near the junction of the vermis with the hemisphere. ("arbor vitae" visible as white space to left, but not labelled.)
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Gray's subject #187 791
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MeSH [1]

The arbor vitae (Latin for "Tree of Life") and has two connotations in psychology:

  • The branching ridges of the cervix

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