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1. Cerebellum
The part of the brain that serves to coordinate muscle movement; it is located behind and below the cerebrum and is made up of two side lobes and a middle lobe.

2. Cerebral cortex
The wrinkled gray covering of the cerebrum . It is made up of layers of nerve cells and their connecting pathways, and it is the place where thought processes occur.

3. Cerebral cortex
The outer layer of gray matter in the cerebrum; consists mainly of neuronal cell bodies and dendrites in humans; associated with higher functions, including language and abstract thought.

4. Cerebrovascular
Relating to or involving the blood vessels in the cerebrum .

5. Cerebrum
The part of the brain that receives and processes conscious sensation, generates thought and controls conscious activity. It is the uppermost and largest part of the brain, and is divided into left and right hemispheres, which are joined by and communicate through the corpus callosum .

6. Cerebrum
The part of the forebrain that includes the cerebral cortex; the largest part of the human brain.

7. Corpus callosum
A band of white neural tissue that joins the left and right hemispheres of the cerebrum .

8. Corpus callosum
Tightly bundled nerve fibers that connect the right and left hemispheres of the cerebrum .

9. Forebrain
The part of the brain that consists of the diencephalon and cerebrum .

10. Hemicephaly
A congenital defect where half of the brain (specifically, one side of the cerebrum , which is the largest part of the brain) does not develop in the fetus . The cerebellum and basal ganglia may still develop somewhat.

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