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Also known as the dentatothalamic tract or the tractus cerebellothalamicus, is part of the superior cerebellar peduncle. It originates in the cerebellar nuclei, crosses completely in the decussation of the brachium conjunctivum, bypasses the red nucleus, and terminates in parts of the ventral anterior nucleus, ventral intermediate, ventral posterolateral nucleus, and central lateral nuclei of the thalamus.

It is mostly separated from the pallidothalamic tracts.[1]

It can play a role in mediating symptoms in hereditary dystonia.[2]

The term "cerebellothalamocortical pathway" is used to indicate termination in the cerebral cortex.[3]

Function Edit

The cerebellothalamic tract transmits information from the cerebellum to the thalamus via neural impulses for the sensory systems.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Gallay MN, Jeanmonod D, Liu J, Morel A (August 2008). Human pallidothalamic and cerebellothalamic tracts: anatomical basis for functional stereotactic neurosurgery. Brain Struct Funct 212 (6): 443–63.
  2. Argyelan M, Carbon M, Niethammer M, et al. (August 2009). Cerebellothalamocortical connectivity regulates penetrance in dystonia. J. Neurosci. 29 (31): 9740–7.
  3. Molnar GF, Sailer A, Gunraj CA, Lang AE, Lozano AM, Chen R (September 2004). Thalamic deep brain stimulation activates the cerebellothalamocortical pathway. Neurology 63 (5): 907–9.


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