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한국인 소뇌에 관한 해부학적 및 통계학적 연구
Anatomical and Stastical Studies on the Korean Cerebellum.

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Authors
방재성
Issue Date
1964-06-01
Publisher
서울대학교 의과대학
Citation
Seoul J Med 1964;5(2):1-20
Abstract
There hundred and twenty eight( '?187. ¥ 141) cerebella
of Korean subjects were observed anatomically
and stastically. Observed were the weight of the cerebellum,
the transverse diameter of the cerebellum.
the vertical and sagittal diameters of the vermis and
the hemisphere, the transverse and sagittal diameters
of the cerebellar peduncle, the width of the principal
lobules of the vermis and the hemisphere, the depth
of the interlobular fissures of the vermis and hemisphere,
the length of the principal lobules of the
hemisphere, the number of the cerebellar gyri of the
vermis, the cortical thickness of the vermis, the size
of the Purkinje cell and its nucleus, and the density
of the Purkinje cells.
The results obtained were as fallows:
1. The weight of the cerebellum increased very
rapidly before 2-5 years of age, thereafter it increased
slowly and reached the average weight of the
adult at the age of 11-15 years.
The weight ~of the male cerebellum was greater
than that of the female.
The ratio of the cerebellum weight to the brain
weight increased until 2-5 years of age, thereafter
it was constantClO% of the weight of the brain) throughout
life. Sexual difference, were not observed.
2. The transverse diameter of the cerebellum, the
vertical and sagittal diameters of the vernus, the vertical
and sagittal diameters of the hemispheres increased
very rapidly until 2-5 years of age, thereafter
increased slowly. Completion of the development of
the vermis and the hunispheres was at 6-10 years of
age in the female and 11-15 years of age in the male.
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The average diameters of the transverse, vertical
and sagittal planes were 10 em, 5 em and 6 em respectively.
Generally the male cerebellum was larger than
the female one.
3. The transverse and sagittal diameters of the
cerebellar .pedunde increased very rapidly until 2-5
years of age, thereafter increased slowly. Full development
was reached at the age of 11-15 years. The
two diameters were nearly the same, about 15 cm in
the male ant measured slightly less in the female.
4. The principal lobules and the interlobular fissures
developed very rapidly until 2--5 years of age, thereafter
developed slowly and developed fully at the age
of 11-15 years.
5. The number of the ceebellar gyri of the vermis
was fairly constant, about 270, throughout life.
6. The thickness of the cerebellar cortex increased
very rapidly until 2-5 years of age. thereafter increased
slowly and developed fully at the age of 11-15
years. The cerebellar cortex was thickest at the top
of the gyrus and thinnest at the bottom of the cerebellar
sulcus. Sexual differences were not recognized.
7. The Purkinje cell and its nucleus developed fully
at the age of 6-10 and 11-15 years. respectively.
The Purkinje cells near the top of the gyrus and
in the walls of the -cerebellar sulcus were long and
those near the bottom of the sulcus were wide
8. The density of the Purkinje cells reached the
adult mean value at the age of 11-15 years and was
high near the top of the gyrus, low near the bottom
of the sulcus.
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/8174
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College of Medicine/School of Medicine (의과대학/대학원)Dept. of Medicine (의학과)The Seoul Journal of MedicineThe Seoul Journal of Medicine Vol. 05 No.2 (1964)
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