Template:Cerebellar Nuclei table
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|Most medially located of the cerebellar nuclei.||Receives input from the vermis and cerebellar afferents that carry vestibular, proximal somatosensory, auditory and visual information.|
|Consists of emboliform nucleus and globose nucleus. Interposed nuclei are situated laterally with respect to the fastigial nucleus.||Receives input from intermediate zone and cerebellar afferents that carry spinal, proximal somatosensory, auditory and visual information.|
|Largest of the cerebellar nuclei. Lateral to interposed nuclei.||Receives input from lateral hemisphere and cerebellar afferents that carry information from cerebral cortex.|
|Located outside cerebellum in the medulla.||Considered to be cerebellar nuclei as their connectivity patterns are identical to those of cerebellar nuclei. Receive input from flocculonodular lobe and from the vestibular labyrinth.|