Since the very beginning of anatomical research, the cerebellum has beguiled the scientists. Initially because it is a clear subdivision of the brain, immediately visible by the naked eye, and later because of its unique, organized and conserved cellular organization attracted attention. Scholars such as Galen (2nd century), Vesalius and Varolio (16th century) provided detailed cerebellar macro-anatomical descriptions.

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