Dating the development of human cerebellum

  title={Dating the development of human cerebellum},
  author={Reinhard L. Friede},
  journal={Acta Neuropathologica},
A histological study of normal cerebella in 72 human autopsies allowed defining several readily identifiable landmarks by which cerebellar development was dated for vermis and for hemispheres respectively: Disappearance of the lamina dissecans at 28 and 32 weeks gestation; Purkinje cells first discernible at the same age for both; onset of growth of inner granular layer at 30 and 32 weeks; sharp boundary between inner granular layer and white matter at approximately 36 weeks and about term… CONTINUE READING

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