The cerebellum lies at the back of the brain and is composed of of two cerebellar hemispheres. The major functions of the cerebellum include maintaining balance and equilibrium and programming and fine-tuning voluntary and involuntary movements. As a component of the brain, the cerebellum is also part of the central nervous system (CNS)

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